chief of service

The head of a department or section of a clinically oriented service in a hospital or health care facility

chief of service

Medical practice Head of a department or section of a clinically oriented service in a hospital or health care facility
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It is important, therefore, for the chief of service, and if necessary the physician executive, to speak directly with such individuals to ensure that they know how they are coming across to patients, are made aware of the impact they are having on themselves and the organization, and know the personal and organizational benefits of actively and enthusiastically taking advantage of an opportunity to enhance their skills.
Albert Dreskin, chief of service for internal medicine and the department of gastroenterology at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Woodland Hills.
James Spies, MD, Professor and Chief of Service, Department of Radiology, Georgetown University Hospital explains, "A recent article in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology reports that 12 month results between hysterectomy and UFE were virtually the same.
The 61-year-old, a renal consultant, was previously clinical chief of service for medicine and eventually became chief of service for the academic division at South Tees Hospitals NHS Trust.
Sheldon Kaplan, professor of pediatrics at Baylor and chief of service at Texas Children's Hospital Infectious Diseases Center, states, "We are seeing a significant increase in the number of children with community-acquired MRSA infection.
John Anderson, chief of service for trauma, said: "It is a major exercise moving from one hospital to another and we are obviously keen to keep disruption to a minimum.
Spies, lead author of the study and Chief of Service at the Department of Radiology at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.
Professor of Radiology and Chief of Service of the Department of Radiology at Georgetown University Hospital.
Ellen Friedman, Chief of Service, Department of Otolaryngology at Texas Children's Hospital, has joined SinusPharma's Scientific Advisory Board.
During his postgraduate training, he was a clinical fellow in oncology at the Johns Hopkins Oncology Center and Assistant Chief of Service, Osler Medical Service at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Ezekowitz, Chief of Service, MassGeneral Hospital for Children, and Charles Wildre Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School, were delighted with the release and with the continuing long-term partnership with Circle.
Horrow is currently Vice Chair of anesthesiology at Allegheny University of the Health Sciences in Philadelphia, and Chief of Service of Anesthesia at Allegheny University Hospitals, Hahnemann division.
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