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Education & Professional Highlights
Education & Fellowships
Residency - Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH USA
Internship - Botsford General Hospital
Famington Hills, MI USA
Medical Education - Ohio University
Athens, OH USA
Undergraduate - Wittenberg University
Springfield, OH USA
My interests at this time are multifaceted . I have a special interest in the outpatient and inpatient coordination of complex patients who often have been my patients for an upwards of 10 to 20 years . I am very passionate about the diligent and accurate coordination of my complex patients . I have been an early champion of transitional care. I perform coordinated care daily and I have felt that I have done it well with 21 plus years experience taking care of my patients in and out of the hospital setting. I believe it is so important to have had that continuity with my patients to facilitate excellent outcomes and prevent untimely readmissions . I am also passionate about preventive care with the prevention of cardiovascular related disease and also cancer . Again working closely with my colleagues in and out of the hospital setting has shown my peers that this interest in preventive medicine has been fruitful for my patients . I have been happy with the use of the Epic EMR system since my start with the CCF in May 2018. I believe it gives added helpful reminders to guide my patients with their preventive care needs at any age. I have a special interest in the treatment and coordination of care of the patient with CHF. I sit as the Chairman of the CHF committee within my predominant hospital in Canton at Mercy Medical Center. I have had that committee really show a real reduction in readmission with the disease process of CHF, I have helped through that committee begin various programs that have fostered better coordination of care with all patients who carry the diagnosis of CHF . The Meds to Beds program is one such program. I have had excellent collegial discussions with our chief of Cardiovascular Services Dr Sabe over my four plus years of leadership on that committee . He and I are passionate about quality within the department and also amongst the various specialties that routinely cardiac patients are entwined with. I am also very interested in leadership, as I have been in many years . I have held numerous positions as I do today. All the interest points towards quality care, patient experience, and economically sound medicine to benefit the patient . I want to explore leadership within the CCF with you in the APR session and further as I move on to finish my first full year as a staff member with the CCF.
Research & Publications
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As of 11/17/2018, Dr. Tirmonia has reported no financial relationship with industry that is applicable to this listing. In general, patients should feel free to contact their doctor about any of the relationships and how the relationships are overseen by Cleveland Clinic. To learn more about Cleveland Clinic's policies on collaborations with industry and innovation management, go to our Integrity in Innovation page.
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