ambulatory care

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ambulatory care

n
(Medicine) care given at a hospital to non-resident patients, including minor surgery and outpatient treatment
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Prior information notice without call for competition: Construction of the new facility for ambulatory medicine and surgery activities at the saint-brieuc hospital center
According to Dr Hasrat Parkar, consultant in Family Medicine and Division Chief of Ambulatory Medicine at Tawam Hospital, your family doctor should be the first person to turn to.
Simon, chair of the AAP's Committee on Practice and Ambulatory Medicine, which works with the Bright Futures Periodicity Schedule Workgroup to keep the schedule up to date.
Montefiore Health System, the University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, opened its new Hutchinson Campus--a 12-story, 280,000 s/f multispecialty care center developed by Simone Healthcare Development that offers New Yorkers the latest in ambulatory medicine.
The typical third year consists of four-to-six-week rotations through the core disciplines of family medicine, medicine, psychiatry, surgery, obstetrics/ gynecology, geriatric and ambulatory medicine, and neurology, as well as elective areas.
Lessin, who is also a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics committee on practice and ambulatory medicine.
Many physicians will increasingly choose to do inpatient or ambulatory medicine but not both.
Previously published as Kochar's concise textbook of medicine, the fifth edition adds an opening section on key manifestations and presentations of disease, and 18 chapters on ambulatory medicine.
Of the people not interested in a specialty, a reasonable number are deciding to go into hospital medicine versus ambulatory medicine.
Nurse Ceazan was promoted to the position of "team leader" of the Ambulatory Medicine Unit.
Background: Internal medicine residency programs have increased the time devoted to ambulatory medicine and the range of nonmedical areas in which expertise is expected.

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