of Medicine, 2006-present; residency program director, internal medicine residency training program, Temple University Hospital, 2005-present. ... Certification/recertification: Internal medicine, 1995. ACP Fellowship: 2001. Present positions: Mount
symptoms, said Jennifer Hanrahan, DO, associate professor of medicine at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, during a session at Hospital Medicine 2014 in Las Vegas in March. ... Classical FUO involves a temperature higher than 38C on at least
I was actually hired by this hospital when I first came to Augusta 20 years ago. ... Hospitalists hate us. Still, I am well-known to most of the other physicians in that hospital.
Service in organizations other than ACP: President, Society of Hospital Medicine, 2010; Senior Fellow in Hospital Medicine, Society of Hospital Medicine, 2010; chair, American Board of Internal Medicine Hospital Medicine Certification ... Medicine,
Hospitalistin'. Keep the big picture in focus. People should be admitted to the hospital because they are sick enough to have an increased chance of dying relative to those going home.
With hospital medicine on the rise, the Montana Chapter is working hard to provide educational opportunities by offering sessions at the chapter's annual meetings that are geared toward hospital medicine, ... by having an American Board of Internal
He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Diseases and was in the private practice of cardiology before joining the full-time faculty of Massachusetts General Hospital. ... He is married with two daughters and enjoys cars, reading
But even after settling down there, with children and lifelong connections, and attaining specializations in hospital medicine and palliative care, he grabbed an opportunity to mix things up. ... I went there because I wanted the experience of practicing
I was the attending physician for about 25 patients in the hospital during the space of a few days. ... street again and again between the hospital and my clinic like a shuttle on a loom.
There was a weird mix of it being both foreign and familiar, as I haven't cared for adults in the hospital for many years, let alone the ICU. ... After taking a year-long hiatus from blogging, Rob Lamberts, MD, ACP Member, returned with "volume 2" of his