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Interested in work to help enhance the delivery of patient-doctor relationships. Using the doctor-patient relationship as a modality of studying to improve patient outcomes, launching patients for success back from specialty to family physician.
Would love to develop and be part of helping models to help patient succeed locally. Help develop care models to help patient care of chronic disease to succeed without not creating more burden (for lack of better words) on specialist caring for chronic disease.
I truly find my work on S3 an honor and privilege. I feel very honored every day to put my tie on and coat to walk from the parking garage to the S3 floor. It is a rewarding experience to sort out the stories and to be integrated in an organized system. Anything to help S3 grow and develop as a comprehensive neurological floor will be asset.
The teaching opportunities with student and residents truly is my selfish and joyous professional work. I thank Dr. Samples, Dr. Levin, Dr. Mays, and Dr. Kriegler for this opportunity to teach.
First I love being part of the Clinic. The opportunity is tremendous. Dr Samples has delivered the neurology opportunity I wanted: hands on patient care, the joy of clarity and insight of the neurological diagnosis, the team approach and interaction with colleagues, the connection of community hospital via Hillcrest.
I have had received open minded and support for thoughts and ideas.
Dr Samples has fostered this independence for me to do work to make S3 a strong place for neurological diagnosis and neurological care. Dr Vakili and Dr John have made us a cohesive team where we share cases and team up in helping patients.
I am strongly motivated and interestedin in any way to improve patient care. I have the opportunity I have had to create SMA for POTS in three course. I will like to do SMA for small fiber neuropathy for what we see so often on our floor.
My interest is very strong and relish any opportunity for teaching. I have had the privilege to be involved with students from Lerner, Case Western, Ohio University, and international student. I thank Dr Mays for allowing me to be part of Dr Michael's and Dr Hegazy's neurology resident education. Dr Nair has give me the honor of teaching direct classroom of Lerner this fall.
I have enjoyed some of the opportunites for out reach for patient driven progams through South Pointe and now walk with doc.
This past summer Dr Tavee and Dr Rae Grant for the opportunity to do the MOC conference in DC on the back pain talk.
I do have an interest in developing models of improving patient care and quality even via my chart
I have had my patent for nutirceutical that was submitted before joining CCF approved this past year. Innovations has been looking into opportunities
I want to thank sincerely in this year: Dr Samples foremost for being a gentleman and having the rare art of providing leadership and managing neurologist. I want to thank Tara Schubert for her support. My colleagues Dr Shields, Dr Browning, Dr Rae Grant, Dr Tavee, Dr Vakili, Dr John, Dr Velicu, Dr Thakore, Dr Nair for support and continual professional development
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