Your hospital physician, also known as a “hospitalist,” is a board certified internist or family practitioner who devotes his or her practice to the care of hospitalized patients. Hospitalist care for patients who have been referred from primary care doctors, emergency room doctors, or other physicians at the hospital. They do not see patients outside the hospital.
Hospitalists are entirely focused on the care and safety of hospitalized patients, and are available in the hospital throughout the day.
The Benefits of Hopsitalist Care
In addition to managing and coordinating your care in the hospital, your Hospitalist can answer your questions and address any concerns you may have in a timely manner. Plus, by being familiar with every specialist and department in the hospital, the Hospitalist can promptly follow up on test results and treatments. This results in high quality care for you.
The Hospitalist Service also employs a Patient Care Coordinator that works on your behalf. She works with you and the hospital staff to ensure an excellent hospital stay while working towards a smooth transition for your day of discharge.
Our Full Time Adult & Pediatric Hospitalist Team
Our Hospitalists are there to help in managing and coordinating your care in the hospital, answer your questions, and address any concerns. Meet our Hospitalist team for both adults and our pediatric patients.
Our Pediatric Hospitalists
A Pediatric Hospitalist is a Pediatrician who specializes in caring for hospitalized pediatric patients. Hospitalists manage your child’s stay at the hospital, coordinating and consulting with specialists, closely monitoring progress and staying in close touch with you, your family and your child’s Primary Care Provider. Below are our hospitalists that specialize in the care of our pediatric patients at Orange Regional Medical Center.
Office Manager: Evelyn Lovo-Blanco
Patient Care Coordinator: Christine Juers
Quality Assurance Coordinator: Marjorie Boyd
If you or a loved one is experiencing an injury or illness that requires immediate professional medical attention, however is not life-threatening, please consider treatment at our Urgent Care Center.