Movers and Shakers

Movers and Shakers in Hospital Medicine


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Michael Campbell, MD, has been named one of the 2013 Physicians of the Year at Lake Health community health system in Lake County, Ohio. Dr. Campbell is a hospitalist who is board certified in family practice. He has been with Lake Health since 2011.

Nitish Kosaraju, MD, and Jocelyn Hendricks, DO, both received the 2013 Hospitalist of the Year award for an acute care practice from IPC The Hospitalist Company, based in North Hollywood, Calif. Dr. Kosaraju is a practice group leader for IPC in Houston and has been an IPC hospitalist since 2010. Dr. Hendricks is a practice group leader in Tucson, Ariz., and has been part of IPC since 2004.

Pedram Taher, MD, received IPC’s 2013 Hospitalist of the Year award for a post-acute care practice. Dr. Taher has worked for IPC since 2009 and is a practice group leader in the San Francisco Bay area.

Tammy Hilliard, FNP-C, earned IPC’s 2013 Hospitalist of the Year award for a non-physician provider. Hilliard has been with IPC since 2009 and now serves as a nurse practitioner and practice group representative in Phoenix, Ariz.

Jeffrey Harris, MD, received IPC’s 2013 Newcomer Clinician of the Year award. Dr. Harris is a neuro-hospitalist in San Antonio, Texas, and joined IPC in January 2013.

Corbi Milligan, MD, was featured in Murfreesboro Magazine for her exemplary leadership as the EmCare hospitalist site medical director for TriStar StoneCrest Medical Center in Smyrna, Tenn. Dr. Milligan oversees 10 hospitalists in her role and has been with TriStar StoneCrest since 2004.

IPC The Hospitalist Company

Business Moves

St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital in Effingham, Ill., has announced a brand new hospitalist program. The 146-bed acute care center will staff two full-time hospitalists.

Laurens County Memorial Hospital (LCMH) in Clinton, S.C., has partnered with the hospitalist program at Greenville Health System (GHS) in Greenville, S.C., to provide 24-hour hospitalist services. GHS’s lead hospitalist, Kevin Gilroy, MD, will oversee the new program at LCMH. GHS is a public, nonprofit healthcare system comprising seven regional medical centers, including LCMH, as well as numerous post-acute care facilities and offices.

The hospitalist program at Erlanger Health System in Chattanooga, Tenn., will now be managed by MDP Management, a Chattanooga-based physician management company. Erlanger’s hospitalist program has 18 full-time physicians at the nonprofit, level-one trauma center.

IPC The Hospitalist Company has acquired the post-acute hospitalist practice CAP Medical Group, PLLC, in New Hartford, N.Y. CAP Medical Group has served the Oneida County area of upstate New York since 2007. IPC oversees hospitalist services in over 400 hospitals and 1,100 post-acute care practices across the country.

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