staff privileges

staff privileges

Admitting privileges The rights that a health professional has as a member of a hospital's medical staff, which includes hospitalization of private Pts, participation in committees, and in decisions relevant to the hospital's future. See Medical staff. Cf Hospital-based physician, RAPERs.
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Luke's, alleging the surgicenter should not have granted the surgeon staff privileges at the facility.
Doctors at Premier have staff privileges at Tennova Hospital.
Withdrawal of an initial application for medical staff privileges prior to a final decision by the hospital's governing body is not reportable to the NPDB.
A 71-year-old radiologist in another state called to tell me that his hospital just informed him that he would have to submit to mandatory annual cognitive testing and competency evaluation starting at age 72 or risk losing his medical staff privileges.
McGuirl has held that a surgeon did not make the case for injunctive relief in asking the court to reinstate his medical staff privileges at Kent Hospital.
She holds national certification by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and has staff privileges at SRMC.
Recently, the FAHR held a meeting in Dubai to develop government staff privileges programme.
The surgeon was not an employee of Baptist Health Lexington but had staff privileges and could perform procedures at the hospital, Childers said.
In turn, Lakeview Regional Medical Center (LMC) in Louisiana revoked his medical staff privileges. The physician subsequently sought employment at Kadlec Medical Center in Washington.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' Conditions of Participation allow a hospital's governing body, in accordance with state law, to grant medical staff privileges and membership to nonphysician practitioners.
These requirements ask physicians to undergo the credentialing and privileging process typically used in hospitals to grant or deny admitting or staff privileges for independent physicians.