How do we keep providers happy and allow them to maintain a healthy work-life balance while maximizing the efficiency and productivity of the emergency department? An attentive, equitable schedule is critical to achieving this goal, and here are a few tips to help get you there.
The Importance of Board Certification in Emergency Medicine
Here at Innova, we are pleased to provide staffing with physicians Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. We are sometimes asked, what exactly does Board Certification mean?
Board Certification means that your Emergency Physician has completed an accredited residency in Emergency Medicine – spending more than 10,000 hours in direct training in emergency care after medical school. We have performed countless procedures such as intubations, chest tubes, and lumbar punctures in emergency conditions. We have passed both written and oral board exams to measure our knowledge in the treatment of emergency room patients. In addition, we continue to learn and grow in our practice through yearly CME and recertification tests every 10 years.
We will care for every member of your community – we treat emergencies in all age groups and all special circumstances: pregnancy and newborns, children with complex genetic conditions, and patients with cancer and autoimmune disease just to name a few. We are board certified Emergency Physicians and we are proud to provide care to our patients.