The Physician Relations Department provides a range of services and support to TBHC's community and faculty physicians. We are here to connect you and your patients to high quality clinical care, exceptional customer service and partnership opportunities. Our goal is to facilitate mutually beneficial relationships between physicians and TBHC, and to make the hospital the best place to practice medicine.
WHAT IS NEW AT TBHC-
TBHC's Medical Staff Survey:
During the spring of 2016, we conducted a medical staff survey that provided feedback regarding physician practice needs as well as the needs of the community. We listen to our physicians and the suggestions from the survey will inform TBHC's 2020 Vision and the medical staff development plan. Comments included operational (ED flow, expand hours in the ambulatory health centers) to transforming the culture and incorporating multi-disciplinary approaches to care. For a full report of survey results, please contact Joan Clark.
TBHC's Hospitalist Group:
Under the leadership of Jonathan Martinez-Dalmasi, MD, TBHC's hospitalist service is dedicated to providing high quality, comprehensive care to hospitalized patients. Our hospitalist team have a special focus on providing interdisciplinary care and communication to you regarding your patient's status.
How does TBHC's Hospitalist Group help my practice?
Our hospitalists are all board-certified Internal Medicine physicians and are available 24/7. Partnering with your office, the hospitalists enable you to be more available to your patient in the office after discharge. The team develops a treatment plan for your patient during their stay at TBHC and it is regularly updated and communicated to you. The goal of TBHC's Hospitalist Group is to provide quality care to your patient and stellar service to you.
How does the group function?
Our goal is to improve the coordination of care for your patients and enhance the satisfaction for patients and for your practice. Our team includes 8 full time physicians providing 24/7 coverage. With 4 hospitalist teams, we manage approximately 70 patients per day.
To learn more about TBHC's Hospitalist Group or other services available to community physicians, please call Joan Clark, SVP at 718-250-8588, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Resources
The Brooklyn Hospital Center is working closely with the Greater New York Health Association, as well as City and State authorities to ensure the safety of our patients and staff members. For your convenience, we have placed uploads and links to several EVD resources created by the Centers for Disease Control, the NYS and NYC Department of Health, and The Brooklyn Hospital Center.
For answers to any questions you may have on this issue, please feel free to contact our Infection Prevention and Control Department at (718) 250-8792 (Page x2011).
- NYSDOH - Travel Advisory Poster (Multilingual)
- Screening Tool for Non-Clinical Employees
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Guidelines from the CDC -- Updated 10/20/14
- PPE Demonstration Video (Personal Protective Equipment Demo presented at the GNYHA, 1199SEIU, PQU Ebola Education Session, October 22, 2014. Demo performed by Bryan Christensen, MD, CDC’s Domestic Infection Control Team for the Ebola Response and Barbara Smith, RN, BSN, MPA, CIC, Mount Sinai Health System – St. Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals)