A hospitalist is a physician whose primary focus is on hospital medicine. A hospitalist acts as a transition coordinator and case manager and their duties may include patient care, teaching, research and leadership.
Dr. Awada enjoys reading, chess, table tennis, swimming, biking, nature walking and traveling. He is fluent in English, Arabic, Russian and Swedish, and is conversant in French.
“In my role as a hospitalist, I take care of every patient as if they were family,” says Dr. Asimah. “I appreciate working in a team environment that offers collaborative care to the patients and families that we serve.” Dr. Asiamah and his wife have three children. In his free time, he enjoys soccer, food and art.
After delivery, Bales works collaboratively with other healthcare professionals to help care for newborns, monitoring them throughout their hospital stay. Nurse practitioners have excellent relationships with primary care providers and communicate with them daily about their patients.
“A baby’s birth is an exciting time,” according to Bales. “Parents want the best possible care for their newborn. I strive to provide the best individualized care for every baby. I am proud to work with a supportive team in providing the quality of care that I would want my own baby to receive.”
“I feel strongly about working hand-in-hand with my patients on preventive medicine,” says Dr. Bhatoya. “Prevention is better than a cure. Helping my patients better understand ways to take care of themselves is an essential part of my services to individuals and families in Ripon and Waupun.” A graduate of Guru Nanek Dev University in India, Dr. Bhatoya completed his internal medicine residency at Brooklyn Hospital Center in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Bhatoya enjoys reading, traveling, bicycling, gardening and walking.
A hospitalist is a physician that specializes in caring for patients while they are hospitalized. Hospitalists communicate with the patient’s primary care providers, as well as any other specialists that may be working with that patient. Patients see hospitalists regularly throughout their inpatient stay. They are available all day or night to care for patients. “My goal as a hospitalist is to assist my patients through a smooth recovery process by managing and coordinating all aspects of their care and to ensure that they enjoy positive outcomes,” according to Dr. Mahmood.
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