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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Previously, Sharma served as the medical director and associate chief of service for the emergency department at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York.
Description of tasks: Under the supervision of the ISMOE Project Manager and/or Chief of Service
The New Defense Minister is Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, , chief of service of military intelligence, according to state television.
Andrew Meeks, Chief of Service, Neonatology, at Corniche Hospital, told Gulf News.
Gilger, MD, Chief of Service, Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, Texas Children's Hospital.
He retired as chief of service for the trauma division at the James Cook University Hospital this year.
Marc Hoffman, assistant chief of service for family medicine for Kaiser Permanente in Panorama City.
Anything but a cooperative response was followed by a phone call from the chief of service.
Spies, lead author of the study, chief of service at the Department of Radiology at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.
Consultant John Anderson, 63, retired chief of service for the trauma division at Middlesbrough's James Cook University Hospital, was honoured for services to medicine.
For that reason, the legislation won't affect patient care at Kaiser, said Faustina Navarez, chief of service of obstetrics and gynecology at the hospital's Los Angeles location.
If those who most need to enhance patient interaction skills are not really getting involved, work with the chief of service to ensure that these physicians see the full benefits of the effort and are made aware of the negative effects they are having on themselves, you, and the organization.

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