Angharad Spencer, MBChB, MRCEM, DRCOG, DTM&H, has been recognized for the development, implementation and study of two training programs for pre-hospital emergency responders in Malawi.
These type of mergers and acquisitions provide a hospital system almost a one-stop shop from service standpoint.
Medelita and FemInEM are delighted to announce the winners of this first annual contest to celebrate and recognize the amazing efforts of women in emergency medicine.
Kentucky’s Medicaid patients cost taxpayers a whopping $9.3 million by inappropriately visiting the ER almost 200,000 times in 2015.
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Kelly Quinley has been recognized for her development of an emergency physician training program focused on the management and counseling of patients presenting with first trimester miscarriage, including the use of manual uterine aspiration.
As a mother of two with over four years of practice as an emergency medicine physician, Sabry is uniquely qualified to share her perspectives about this issue.
Oxitec, the British biotech firm, is confident that their genetically modified “OX513A” mosquito will significantly cut the population of Zika-carrying mosquitos in this geographic region.
Of 4,400 hospitals surveyed nationwide, UCLA Medical Center, UCSF Health and Stanford Health Care came in 4th, 7th and 14th place.