Dedicated Physician eager to contribute significant background in emergency medicine toward supporting a dynamic cruise ship company in providing exemplary medical care to guests.
Championed several initiatives to elevate quality of emergency care as well as hospital staff productivity.
Heightened daily efficiency and enhanced hospital climate by fortifying relationships with attending physicians, EMS services, administrative personnel, and Emergency Department.
Proficiency in caring for trauma patients including those affected by acute cardiac conditions.
Board Certification in Family Medicine with subspecialty in Emergency Medicine.
Compassionate, respectful and highly respected by colleagues.
Seamlessly liaise between medical/nursing staff and patients families to optimize care delivery and outcomes.
Adept at caring for patients of diverse cultures, ages and backgrounds.
Reliably assess complex situations to make swift and accurate decisions in time-sensitive and high-stress environments.
Appointed to Governor s Committee to participate in development of rural hospitals.
Taylor Regional Hospital, 2002 to Present
Medical Director (2006 to Present)
Emergency Department Physician (2002 to Present)
Appointed as Vice-Chief Of Staff from 2003 to 2004 based on exceptional leadership attributes and performance.
Proactively serve as member of Quality Assurance and Trauma Committees.
Spearhead staffing, policy and procedure development and compliance, continuing education, and clinical functions as active Emergency Department physician.
Private Practice, 2000 to 2002
Oversaw full spectrum of private practice activities inclusive of patient caseload management, record-keeping, compliance, and staff supervision.
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Professional Experience continued
Casey County Hospital, 1995 to 2000
Emergency Department Physician and Hospital Medical Director
Exhibited outstanding versatility as ER Physician and Medical Director concurrently.
Implemented policies and procedures to continually advance hospital effectiveness.
Oversaw training and continuing education programs for personnel, coordinated staffing throughout multiple departments, and diligently evaluated and managed clinical practices in strict compliance with government requirements.
Resident and Chief Resident, University of Louisville, 1992 to 1995
Physician Assistant, Aaron Medical Center, 1988 to 1992
Physician Assistant, Lynch Medical Services, 1986 to 1988
MD Degree, Ross University School of Medicine, 1986
Board Certification in Family Medicine, Recertified in 2003
ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)
ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support)
Kentucky Medical Association Taylor County Medical Association
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