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Society of Hospital Medicine Announces Fellowship


Special points of
interest:

* Fellowship from the
Society of Hospital
Medicine
* Hospitalist Humor
* "What's Compli-
cated about Intra-
abdominal Infec-
tions"? Interactive
presentation


The Society of Hospital Medicine
announced on April 4, 2008 in Phila-
delphia, the creation of the first desig-
nation of commitment to the practice
of hospital medicine. This fellowship
is considered the SHM Fellowship in
Hospital Medicine credential. Appli-
cations to become a Fellow in Hospi-
tal Medicine will be available in Fall
2008 with the first inductee class
targeted for 2009. The fellows will be
inducted at SHM's annual Hospital
Medicine conference that will be held
in Chicago. Three designations will
be available: Fellow in Hospital
Medicine (FHM); Senior Fellow in
Hospital Medicine (SFHM); Master
in Hospital Medicine (MHM). All
candidates applying will have to have:


Five (5) years as a practicing hospi-
talist, demonstration of the compe-
tencies tied to the SHM Core Com-
petencies in Hospital Medicine, and
endorsement by two (2) active SHM
members. More information will be
available in early Fall 2008.


Article provided by: Society ofHospital
Medicine www.hospitalmedicine.org


Inside this issue:


Hospital Medicine


2 Open ARNP position


Three UF physicians 2
The Division of Hospital Medicine currently has an opening for an ARNP.
This Month s events 2 This position can be staffed one of two ways: Pavilion or cross-cover in the
Ask Dr House 3 ED. The first candidate will be interviewed on April 24, 2008. The second
candidate will be interviewed on April 29, 2008. Once a candidate has been
April Journal Club 3 selected, they should hopefully start within the month of May to provide relief
in either of those 2 areas.
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Hospital Medicine Brochure



The Division of Hospital Medicine will be creating a brochure that is specific to our division. This
brochure can be distributed to our patients that will explain the term "hospitalist", it will also pro-
vide a list of frequently asked questions and a list of all of our providers. If you have any comments
or information that you would like to include in the brochure, please contact Felixia Colon. Once a
rough draft of the brochure has been created, it will be presented in our division meeting for feed-
back and approval.


Three UF Physicians Head to Iraq


"There is no greater
honor for a surgeon
than to take care of the
warriors of this
country" -Dr. Hudson
Berrey, UF
Orthopedic Surgeon


In the April 17, 2008 edition of the Florida Times tion on this article can be downloaded from http://
Union, three UF physicians are featured in the arti- www.jacksonville.com/tu-online/stories/041708/
cle, Heading for the fields of combat. Drs. Barry met 269111700.shtml
Steinberg, head, face and jaw surgeon, Hudson
Berrey, Orthopedic Surgeon and Robert Redfem,
Chief of Anesthesiology will all be deployed to the
345th Combat Support Hospital in Al Asad, Iraq. In
the month of July, Drs. Steinburg and Berrey will
be deployed. Dr. Redfem left shortly after the arti-
cle was published to Fort Hood for simulation train-
ing prior to his deployment to Iraq. More informa-


This Month's Events


(Clockwise) Felixia Colon, Dr.
Kharrazi, Dr. Konda, Dr. Htoo
and Dr. Mooradian at the 2007
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Ask Dr. House


Is your hair naturally salt and
pepper or do you dye it? My
father told me when I was 20
years old and started to go show
some silver "Son, some people
inherit money from their par-
ents, you're going to inherit
gray."



What is the policy for trans-
mitting patients from the Pa-
vilion to the Clinical Center?

The policy to clarify this question


is being located. An update will
be provided in the next newslet-
ter.



Who is responsible for writing
the admission orders when
transferring a patient from the
Pavilion to the Clinical Center
with a new level of care? If a
patient is being transferred to a
different level of service (med/
surg floor to a step down unit or
CPCU), then new orders should


be written. These orders should
be written by the transferring
physician. Patients going from
the Clinical Center to the Pavilion
do not need a new set of orders
because they are technically not
changing level of care. When
patients are transferred to the
MICU the accepting resident
physician usually writes the
orders.


April Journal Club


Presenter:

Wilfredo Sanchez, M.D.



Topic: Therapy for MRSA-An
Update

Summary: Vancomycin remains
as an inexpensive and safe treat-
ment of MRSA infections when
the MIC is low.


* Options for hospitalized
patients with complicated
skin infections: vancomy-
cin, daptomycin, linezoid
and tigecycline.

* Inhibition of PVL toxin
production may become
more important in the future
when considering antibiotic
choices


* Further clinical studies
needed for MRSA bactere-
mia. This may include the
potential for daptomycin
and other novel agents in
early clinical trials.


Getting to know you...Angelika


Full Name: Angelika Laubmeier Kharrazi, M.D.

Place of Birth: Munich, Germany

Favorite Color: Red

Favorite Food: Chicken Kabob

Something Unique about you: I can write my name with both hands simultaneously


Place you would like to visit: Australia


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The Division of Hospital Medicine has an established team of highly
qualified, specially trained, experienced providers. Our team works in
partnership with various entities within the hospital including special-
ists and case management.


"Hospital Medicine is a service that allows the physicians
to optimize and provide seamless patient coverage"
-Dr. House, Division Chief Hospital Medicine



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