MountainView Hospital Awarded the APIC 2018 Heroes of Infection Prevention Award

By | Press Release, Recognition

Award recognizes process and systems improvement

The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) awarded MountainView Hospital the 2018 Heroes of Infection Prevention Award. MountainView Hospital is one of six to be awarded and is recognized under the Process and Systems Improvement category.

Since early 2015, the Infection Prevention and Quality Management departments at MountainView Hospital created processes to reduce hospital acquired conditions with an emphasis on Clostridium difficile (C. diff).

A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevent (CDC) states C. diff caused almost half a million infections among patients in the United States in a single year.

In the United States, approximately 29,000 patients died within 30 days of the initial diagnosis of C. diff. Of those patients, about 15,000 deaths were estimated to be directly caused by C. diff infections. C. diff is deemed a very important cause of infectious disease death in the United States.

Using evidence-based guidelines, the MountainView team developed a C. diff testing algorithm designed to prevent unnecessary and duplicative C. diff testing. The algorithm was disseminated to all healthcare workers in the facility and medical staff leadership support for the project and appropriate testing was clear.

The appropriateness of C. diff testing at MountainView has greatly improved and the facility’s C. diff rate dropped from 1.78 standardized infection ratio in 2015 to 0.56 in mid-2016.

“At MountainView, we make it a top priority to take the proper measures to provide the best quality of care and safety of our patients,” said Jeremy Bradshaw, Chief Executive Officer of MountainView Hospital. “Thanks to the dedication of our Infection Prevention and Quality Management departments, this award demonstrates we have succeeded in making a huge difference in infection prevent at our facility.”

Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) is the leading professional association for infection preventionists with more than 15,000 members. The APIC mission is to create a safer world through the prevention of infection.

Each year, APIC recognizes members for the development and application of innovative infection prevention programs by presenting the Heroes of Infection Prevention Award. These individuals and teams are at the frontline of infection prevention and are dedicated to producing innovative programs to help save lives.

 

Health District Reports Increase in Heat-Related Deaths

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The Southern Nevada Health District reported 123 heat-related deaths among Clark County residents in 2017, an increase from 78 reported deaths in 2016. Heat-related deaths typically occur between May and September. July is consistently the deadliest month, and 48 (approximately 40 percent) of the fatalities occurred during that timeframe this past year.

The Health District is urging all residents and visitors to take the recommended precautions to prevent illness when working or playing outdoors, to learn the symptoms of heat-related illness, and to know the appropriate responses if an emergency or urgent situation does occur. Extreme heat can affect anyone, but certain people are more at risk, including those who are 65 years or older, young children, and people who work or exercise outdoors, live in low-income households, are experiencing homelessness, or have chronic medical conditions.

For additional information about extreme heat, visit the Health District’s Recognizing and Treating Heat-Related Illnesses webpage, which also includes a list of cooling stations and summer day shelters.

It is important to be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of heat-related illness to ensure appropriate treatment: 

Heat Stroke

Heat stroke occurs when the body’s temperature rises rapidly, the sweating mechanism fails, and the body is unable to cool itself down. Heat stroke can cause death or permanent disability if emergency treatment is not provided.

Symptoms include:

  • High body temperature (103° F or higher)
  • Hot, red, dry, or damp skin
  • Fast, strong pulse
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Confusion
  • Losing consciousness

If heat stroke occurs seek medical attention immediately:

  • Call 911 right away – heat stroke is a medical emergency
  • Move the person to a cooler place
  • Help lower the person’s temperature with cool cloths or a cool bath
  • DO NOT give the person anything to drink

Heat Exhaustion

Heat exhaustion occurs as a result of a body overheating. In hot weather, a body cools itself mainly by sweating. If someone overexerts themselves in hot, humid weather, the loss of sweat over time inhibits the body’s ability to cool itself efficiently.

Symptoms include:

  • Heavy sweating
  • Cold, pale, clammy skin
  • Fast, weak pulse
  • Faintness, dizziness
  • Tiredness, weakness
  • Nausea
  • Headache
  • Muscle cramps

If symptoms occur:

  • Move to a cool place
  • Loosen clothing
  • Use cool, wet cloths, or take a bath to cool down
  • Sip water

Seek medical attention immediately if:

  • Vomiting occurs
  • Symptoms get worse
  • Symptoms last longer than one hour

Heat Cramps

Heat cramps are the mildest of three heat-related syndromes. Prompt treatment of heat cramps will usually prevent progression to heat exhaustion.

Symptoms include:

  • Heavy sweating during intense exercise
  • Muscle pain or spasm

If symptoms occur:

  • Move to a cool place
  • Loosen clothing
  • Use cool, wet cloths, or take a bath to cool down
  • Sip water

Seek medical attention immediately if:

  • Vomiting occurs
  • Symptoms get worse
  • Symptoms last longer than one hour

Heat-related illnesses are preventable. Taking simple precautions will allow people to enjoy summer activities while staying safe and healthy.

  • Plan outdoor activities for when it’s coolest, during early morning and evening hours.
  • Rest often in shady areas to allow your body time to recover.
  • Wear appropriate clothing. Choose lightweight, light-colored, loose-fitting clothes.
  • Wear a wide-brimmed hat outdoors.
  • Wear sunscreen of SPF 15 or higher. Apply 30 minutes before going outside and reapply according to directions. Look for sunscreens that state “broad spectrum” or “UVA/UVB protection” on the labels.
  • Drink plenty of water regardless of how active you are – don’t wait until you are thirsty to drink.
  • Avoid sugary or alcoholic beverages.
  • Keep your pets hydrated.
  • Check on older neighbors and loved ones. 

HLTH Conference Returns to Las Vegas October 2019

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HLTH, the Blockbuster New Conference for Health Innovation that Launched this Spring, Announces Move to the Fall

HLTH, the industry’s groundbreaking new event covering disruptive innovations that are driving substantial reductions in health costs and dramatic increases in health quality, is moving from the spring to the fall, filling a major gap in the healthcare industry events calendar. The next HLTH event will be held on October 27-30, 2019 at MGM Grand’s brand new conference space in Las Vegas.

HLTH launched in May 2018 and broke the mold of traditional events with more than 3,500 attendees, including more than 700 CEOs, from 1,750 companies, making it the largest healthcare event launch in history. With 375 C-level speakers, 240 sponsors and 300 investors, HLTH immediately created a new model and established a new standard to empower health transformation.

“The tremendous success of our inaugural HLTH event this past May demonstrated the need for an all-in, must-attend health ecosystem conference where all major stakeholders share new solutions and strategies, where networking is curated and meaningful, and where key business-to-business exchanges take place,” said Jonathan Weiner, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of HLTH.

Simply put, no such forum exists today; instead, the spring already has far too many events, causing dilution and event fatigue in the first half of the year. “There is no definitive industry touch point in the fall,” said Weiner. “Shifting HLTH six months to the fall allows us to be even more impactful in our mission to serve as a catalyst for the improvement of healthcare in the US by enabling the industry to regroup as the current year comes to an end, as well as commence critical planning before the start of the new year.”

HLTH is planning several new and exciting additions to the 2019 event. The goal of HLTH 2019 is to bring all stakeholders together to commit to taking the necessary steps to flip the foundations of health. This will allow consumers to become better in making everyday decisions about how to be their healthiest selves.

The HLTH 2018 launch event received consistent high praise from throughout the health industry:

“Best health care conference I have ever attended. Bar none.”
~ David Feinberg, President & CEO, Geisinger

“Overnight, HLTH has become “the conference” for networking, business-building, idea generation and catching up with great friends for those of us focused on healthcare innovation. A must do event.”
~ Dr. Amy Abernethy, Chief Medical Officer, Chief Scientific Officer & SVP, Oncology,
Flatiron Health

“HLTH was a 2018 health conference that took us all by surprise, in a good way! Strong business leader representation across provider, payer, pharmaceutical and academic organizations attracted industry suppliers, media and venture capital. A great event place to learn about the key trends driving the health industry, network with peers, and find new business opportunity. A refreshing take on the overcrowded health conference scene.”
~ Dr. Simon Kos, Chief Medical Officer, Microsoft

“I really loved HLTH and it was incredibly well done! HLTH brought together a great mix of industry leaders and startups. I learned a lot from the sessions and enjoyed the one-on-one interactions. We’ll definitely be back in 2019!”
~ Anne Wojcicki, CEO and Co-Founder, 23andMe

“HLTH has inspired the entire health industry to step up and make profound decisions on the way we engage and inspire people to manage their health. There’s too much going on in the Spring, so holding HLTH in the Fall gives stakeholders the opportunity to dedicate their full attention.”
~ Marcus Osborne, VP, Health Transformation, Walmart

“There are a lot of conferences so people have to be choosy. HLTH is one of a small number I will appear at every year, if asked. I found it very professional with the right people there. As long as it’s not the dead of winter in Minneapolis, November in DC, or the dead of summer in Houston, there’s not a bad time for this.”
~ Andy Slavitt, General Partner, Town Hall Ventures

“The inaugural HLTH Conference was nothing short of exceptional! HLTH was loaded with meaningful content, high caliber speakers, attendees from all across healthcare, and a high energy, contemporary ambience. HLTH is on my MUST ATTEND annual conference list. Grateful for the move to the fall – prudent decision!”
~ James Mault, MD, FACS, SVP & Chief Medical Officer, Qualcomm Life

“HLTH was unique in facilitating serious conversations among leaders about our healthcare system and innovation, while creating an atmosphere of fun. Everyone was energized and contributing to the dialog”
~ Ana Gupte, Managing Director, Senior Research Analyst, Leerink Partners

About HLTH

HLTH is the leading event covering innovation in healthcare that is driving substantial reductions in costs, and dramatic increases in quality. It’s an unprecedented, large-scale forum for individuals, companies and policymakers who are reshaping the healthcare industry to learn, collaborate and evolve. The event is unique in bringing together all key industry stakeholders, ranging from large established providers, payers, employers and pharma services to disruptive startups and prolific investors as well as representatives from government, media and analysts. By helping reshape the dialogue and ecosystem, HLTH serves as a catalyst for the development of the healthcare industry during a period of fundamental change. To learn more, visit www.hlth.com.

PUBLIC NOTICE: Sunrise Hospital is Changing Phone Numbers

By | Notice, Press Release

Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center and Sunrise Children’s Hospital changing to all new phone numbers 

New Frequently used phone numbers:

Sunrise Hospital Main Number:                                                                                 702-961-5000

Sunrise Children’s Hospital Main Number:                                                            702-961- KIDS (5437)

Sunrise Hospital Admitting:                                                                                         702-961-9060

Sunrise Hospital Medical Records:                                                                            702-961-8400

Sunrise Hospital Class Registration/Physician Referral/Nurse Advice:        702-961-5020

Sunrise Hospital and Sunrise Children’s Hospital Media Hotline:                  702-961-9193

For an updated phone directory with the new phone number listings, please visit SunriseHospital.com. All phone numbers will switch over at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, June 26. 

The phone number change allows the hospital to continue to add numbers in an organized way as the facility continues to grow and add community services.

 

Nevada’s Largest Non-Profit Hospice, Nathan Adelson Hospice, Selected for Modern Healthcare’s ‘Best Places to Work’ for 2018

By | Press Release, Recognition

Nathan Adelson Hospice, Southern Nevada’s largest, oldest and only non-profit hospice, has once again been recognized nationally as one of the “Best Places to Work in Healthcare” for 2018. Chosen by Modern Healthcare, a top national healthcare business news publication, Nathan Adelson Hospice will be recognized at an awards gala on Sept. 27 in Dallas. This is the seventh time the hospice has received this notable honor.

The award is based upon results from an organization-wide Employee Engagement and Satisfaction Survey filled out by Nathan Adelson Hospice employees, as well as employee comments from open-ended questions. Results of the survey were compared to national benchmarking data to identify award winners.

“Receiving this recognition once again, especially during our fortieth year of caring for Southern Nevada, is a tremendous honor,” said Nathan Adelson Hospice President and CEO Carole Fisher. “It emphasizes how important it is for us to remain committed to excellence in the workplace, so we can continue to provide the legacy of trusted care our community values in our medical professionals, staff and volunteers.”

MountainView Hospital Opens South Tower 4th Floor of Campus Expansion Project

By | Developments, Press Release

Level III NICU Expansion Underway

As part of its continuing south tower vertical expansion project, MountainView Hospital today opened its new fourth floor Medical-Surgical Unit.

The new, state-of-the-art, 32-bed med-surg unit will continue to care for patients who are recovering from surgery or are acutely ill with a wide variety of medical problems and diseases.

The new unit is part of a larger campus expansion that began in late 2015, with the vertical expansion of the south tower, adding a fourth and fifth floor. The fifth floor 32-bed oncology unit opened in March to care for patients with cancer who have complex patient needs.

The campus construction included an Emergency department expansion that included the addition of a dedicated CT for the emergency room and an expanded helipad to accommodate two helicopters.

A recent first floor expansion included the addition of new neuro diagnostic imaging and intervention technology to treat the most complex neuro/stroke conditions.

Construction also includes the expansion of the Women’s Services unit and the addition of a Level III NICU, expected to be complete late 2018.

“MountainView Hospital strives to looks for opportunities to grow and meet the needs of our patients and community,” said Jeremy Bradshaw, MountainView Chief Executive Officer. “The continual growth of MountainView mirrors the growth in the community, and reflects that patients are choosing MountainView to provide them the highest level of care.”

When construction is complete later this year, the hospital will have 408 beds.

ACAP Health Announces Partnership to Reduce Orthopedic Surgery Costs for Employers

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National leader in employer health solutions partners with groundbreaking surgical alternative

ACAP Health, a leading provider in innovative, clinical-based solutions has partnered with Regenexx to reduce high-cost musculoskeletal surgeries.

Regenexx provides non-surgical alternatives to treat orthopedic injuries, arthritis, and other degenerative conditions. Founding the field of Interventional Orthopedics, Regenexx cell-based procedures effectively intervene on 70% of orthopedic injuries and conditions where surgery was previously the only solution. This approach enables employers to save more than 80% on orthopedic costs, all while providing best-in-class outcomes. The Regenexx process of treating musculoskeletal conditions involves a level of physician skill and a patented protocols to customize cell based treatments which can only be achieved through their standards of practice.

“When it comes to solving America’s healthcare crisis, employers are the answer,” commented Wally Gomaa, CEO of ACAP Health. “With Regenexx, ACAP Health gains a partner dedicated to treating musculoskeletal injury, which is typically the leading diagnosis area for employer health plans in terms of total spend.” ACAP Health is now able to expand its clinical reach to this high cost area for employer clients through Regenexx.

Employers who partner with Regenexx not only report a significant drop in the need for high risk orthopedic surgeries, they show less absenteeism and an enhanced benefits package. In fact, when given the choice of a traditional surgical procedure or a Regenexx procedure, employees have chosen to pursue Regenexx 99.7 percent of the time. Employers who underwrite Regenexx have reduced their orthopedic health care costs by 84 percent. When combined, these two factors create a win-win scenario for companies in offering competitive yet cost-effective employee benefits packages.

“As the provider of the most advanced non-surgical orthopedic care available in the United States, Regenexx is excited to expand our mission of producing the best-possible patient outcomes for ACAP Health’s partners through our successful alternative to orthopedic surgery,” said Jason Hellickson, CEO of Regenexx. Regenexx clinics are the only regenerative medicine solution with the capability to serve a nationwide footprint with the same standard of care from coast to coast with 60 clinic locations across the country and an additional 70 locations projected by the end of 2019.

About ACAP Health
ACAP Health is a national leader in employer healthcare expense reduction offering a stark difference from traditional wellness companies. ACAP Health provides programs that have been clinically proven to help employees become healthier and reduce overall healthcare expense. While most programs waste time and money by measuring participation alone, ACAP Health offers guaranteed solutions with clinical results you can measure. ACAP believes that employers play a vital role in employee health and by upgrading employee health, employers can upgrade the health of their business. ACAP Health offers a range of solutions for employers and health insurers to offer to their covered members, including the industry-leading Naturally Slim® program.

About Regenexx
Regenexx is a nationwide network of physicians who practice Interventional Orthopedics, a new specialty that focuses on using the most advanced regenerative-medicine protocols available as an alternative to many orthopedic surgeries. Regenexx has published roughly half of the research world-wide on the use of stem cells for treating orthopedic injuries, and our patented treatment
lab-processing and treatment protocols allow us to achieve unmatched results. Our procedures use your body’s natural healing agents including blood platelets and stem cells to repair damaged bone, muscle, cartilage, tendons, and ligaments. We believe in educating patients, offering options, and encouraging people to take an active role in their own treatment.

For more information on Regenexx Corporate visit www.regenexxcorporate.com or call 888-547-6667. For more information on the Regenexx procedures visit www.regenexx.com.

Regenexx Offers Solutions for Connect Healthcare Collaboration Partner Employees

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Innovative Partnership to Reduce Self-Insured Employers’ Healthcare Costs

Connect Healthcare Collaboration works with consultants, brokers, and employers to reduce unnecessary healthcare spend while improving the outcomes of plan members by identifying and implementing proven strategies, then building the communication and education platform to ensure that plan members take advantage of these solutions. They will now be partnering to recommend Regenexx as a more effective and low-cost alternative to certain orthopedic surgeries. Through this partnership, Connect Healthcare Collaboration assist plan members in the education and ultimate consultation for Regenexx’s non-surgical, low-risk treatment alternatives for orthopedic injuries, joint conditions, and osteoarthritis.

Employee benefits are typically the second or third largest ongoing expense for employers behind payroll and raw materials — and it remains one of the few line items many employers don’t think they can do anything about. But Connect offers a tested and proven model to increase health literacy, engage employees, customize solutions, and reduce costs.

With this new partnership, Regenexx is now the solution for Connect Healthcare Collaboration partner employees who have been told they are in need of orthopedic surgery. Regenexx provides non-surgical alternatives to treat orthopedic injuries, arthritis, and other degenerative conditions. Founding the field of Interventional Orthopedics, Regenexx cell-based procedures effectively intervene on 70% of orthopedic injuries and conditions where surgery was previously the only solution. The Regenexx process of treating musculoskeletal conditions involves a level of physician skill and a patented protocols to customize cell based treatments which can only be achieved through their standards of practice.

Employers who partner with Regenexx not only report a significant drop in the need for high-risk orthopedic surgeries, they show less absenteeism and an enhanced benefits package. In fact, when given the choice of a traditional surgical procedure or a Regenexx procedure, employees have chosen to pursue Regenexx 99.7 percent of the time. Employers who underwrite Regenexx have reduced their orthopedic health care costs by 84 percent. When combined,

these two factors create a win-win scenario for companies in offering competitive yet cost-effective employee benefits packages.

“Our job is to help employers across the US implement ways to gain control of their benefits spend and reduce that massive line item, while simultaneously increasing productivity,” said Sally Pace, Chief Executive Officer of Connect Healthcare Collaboration. “Because musculoskeletal spend is generally one of the largest claims classes for an insured population, introducing Regenexx into these plans immediately allows for significant savings, and yet equally important, provides superior outcomes for the lives they touch.”

When asked about this innovative collaboration Regenexx Chief Executive Officer, Jason Hellickson said, “As a provider of the most advanced non-surgical orthopedic care available in the United States, Regenexx is excited to continue our mission of producing the best-possible patient outcomes for Connect Healthcare Collaboration through successful alternatives to orthopedic surgery.”

Contact us today to learn more.
Connect Healthcare Collaboration: 800-490-1852
Regenexx Corporate: 888-547-6667

Regenexx Partners with Edison Healthcare

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Innovative Partnership Focused on Reducing Employers’ Healthcare Costs

Edison Healthcare has chosen Regenexx as their exclusive option for low-cost, effective alternatives to orthopedic surgery. Both Regenexx and Edison Healthcare are dedicated to helping employers reduce wasteful spending in healthcare and provide patients with the quality-care they deserve. Through this partnership, Edison Healthcare’s corporate clients will now be able to offer their employees a non-surgical, low-risk treatment alternative for orthopedic injuries, joint conditions, and osteoarthritis.

Through their robust network of Smart Care Centers – Edison Healthcare is on a mission to help patients and employers avoid inefficient and unnecessary treatments. Adding Regenexx to their community of Smart Care Centers was both beneficial for the clients of Edison Healthcare and the patients they serve.

Each Smart Care Center consistently offers intelligent, thorough, and compassionate care for complex medical issues. By contracting directly with Smart Care providers around the world, Edison Healthcare is pioneering a new level of health care for patients and they are closing in on offering the most affordable medical services for employer groups.

With this new partnership, Regenexx is now the solution for Edison Healthcare patients who have been told they are in need of orthopedic surgery. Founding the field of Interventional Orthopedics, Regenexx offers a solution that provides a low-cost alternative to as many as 70% of orthopedic surgeries allowing employers to save more than 80% on orthopedic costs.

Tom Emerick, CEO and Co-Founder of Edison Healthcare, shared “Edison Healthcare welcomes Regenexx to the team. They offer a low cost and safe way to treat certain orthopedic problems. We expect employers and their employees to see great value in this program.”

When asked about this innovative collaboration Regenexx Chief Executive Officer, Jason Hellickson said, “As a provider of the most advanced non-surgical orthopedic care available in the United States, Regenexx is excited to continue our mission of producing the best-possible patient outcomes for Edison Healthcare through successful alternatives to orthopedic surgery.”

Contact us today to learn more.
Edison Healthcare: 866-982-7988
Regenexx Corporate: 888-547-6667

Valley Hospital Celebrates Graduate Medical Education in June

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June 28 White Coat Ceremony Welcomes New Residents, Fellows

60 Percent of Graduating Class to Remain in Las Vegas

On June 28, 2018, Valley Hospital will welcome a new class of 24 medical residents and four Fellows with a traditional White Coat Ceremony.  The White Coat Ceremony is considered a rite of passage in the journey toward becoming a physician.  It marks the medical student’s transition from the study of preclinical health sciences to clinical service.  As part of the Ceremony, short white coats of a medical student are discarded and long white coats of a physician are officially presented.  The long white coat is the symbol of physician clinical service.

Since 2006, Valley Hospital has offered physician residencies and fellowships for physicians-in-training after they complete medical school, known as graduate medical education. Valley Hospital has watched its physician graduates open or join private practices, work as hospitalists, continue their medical training with the military, or enter fellowships for further specialized training.

Valley Hospital offers residency programs in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Neurology and Orthopedic Surgery, along with Fellowships in Gastroenterology and Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine.

“A residency program not only trains new physicians, but it introduces them to their network of referring physicians and future patients,” said Elaine Glaser, CEO of Valley Hospital. “A 2017 report from the American Association of Medical Colleges showed that 54.5 percent of physicians who completed residency training from 2007 through 2016 are practicing in the state where they completed their residency program.* That’s an important statistic as the local healthcare community works to recruit and retain physicians to meet Southern Nevada’s growing demand for providers.”

Statistics from Valley Hospital’s graduating class include:

Overall, 60 percent of Valley Hospital’s graduating residents and fellows will remain in Las Vegas to work in private practice, as hospitalists, in outpatient clinics, and with local Fellowship opportunities at Valley Hospital (Gastroenterology or Pulmonary/Critical Care) and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine Sports Medicine Fellowship.

Two of four graduating Fellows (50 percent) are entering private practice in Las Vegas with specialties in gastroenterology or pulmonary/critical care.

Nearly 40 percent of the graduating Residents have been accepted into Fellowship Programs.

With its second graduating class, the orthopedic surgery residency maintains its 100 percent Fellowship acceptance rate with graduates being accepted at the University of Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Spine Surgery Fellowship, in Philadelphia, PA and the Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship, Beacon Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation, Inc. in Cincinnati, OH.

Other Valley Hospital residents have been accepted to out-of-state fellowship programs in:

·         Infectious Diseases Fellowship, University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Memphis, TN

·         Kaiser Permanente Southern California Nephrology Fellowship, Los Angeles, CA

·         Banner University Medical Center Phoenix Endocrinology & Metabolism Fellowship, Phoenix, AZ

“I’m proud that our program has developed outstanding physicians who have been accepted to well-known fellowships,” said Glaser. “It speaks to the quality of our physician leadership, faculty and program.”

*Source: https://www.aamc.org/data/484732/report-on-residents-2017-c6table.html

About Valley Hospital

Valley Hospital is a member of The Valley Health System, a network of six hospitals that provide care for patients throughout Southern Nevada and surrounding areas. Located in the Las Vegas Medical District, Valley Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission, and offers emergency care, advanced cardiovascular and neurological surgeries and procedures, surgical services, inpatient acute rehabilitation, behavioral health, and advanced wound healing and hyperbaric medicinUpdated information about The Valley Health System can be found on:
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