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anyone here a "surgical hospitalist"

Discussion in 'Surgery and Surgical Subspecialties' started by acesup123, Apr 11, 2012.

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  1. acesup123

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    Read an article about this and was wondering if anyone here is a surgical hospitalist. How does it compare to private practice? Does this make surgery more lifestyle friendly?
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    Alot of the trauma guys are defacto surgical hospitalists.
  3. bucks2010

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    You might try looking through Skeptical Scalpel's blog. IIRC he is a surgical hospitalist.
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    Will check it out, thanks!
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    agree many of the trauma/critical care surgeons are kinda like surgical hospitalists

    i also see PAs who cover surgical floor stuff

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