Rush Physician Newsletter | March/April 2012
Primary Care Practices Receive Medical Home Recognition
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) recently recognized seven primary care practices at Rush as medical homes, making them the first practices at an Illinois academic medical center to receive the distinction. Read more.
New Surgeons Expand Pediatric Surgery Services at Rush
With the appointments of Srikumar Pillai, MD, as director of the Section of Pediatric Surgery and Thomas R. Weber, MD, as a pediatric surgeon in the section, Rush has significantly expanded the surgical services it offers to pediatric patients. Read more.
Researchers Announce Hemophilia A Treatment Findings
A treatment regimen that prevents bleeding episodes in children with hemophilia A may also benefit adolescents and adults with the condition, according to the findings of an international research team led by investigators from Rush. Read more.
Nutritional Medicine Workshops and Certificate Program
Rush has established a series of workshops to educate physicians, nurses and other health professionals about the role of nutrition in adult health. The next workshop dates are June 6 and 7, 2012. Learn more.
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Six times a year, Rush Physician provides information to help doctors in their daily practices, including spotlights on programs at Rush, news about clinical trials and information about medical innovations at Rush. Past issues are available in the Rush Physician archive. Contact Megan Marz, editor, with any questions or feedback.