The Brooklyn Hospital Center recently launched an Asian Services Program to better welcome patients providing an environment that understands and respects their culture. TBHC implemented several facilities and staff protocol changes. Gary G. Terrinoni, TBHC’s President and CEO, says, “We want to ensure that we are doing all we can to promote healing and better health outcomes for all our patients by delivering a patient-friendly, caring and culturally sensitive environment for all.”
February 12, 2018
At TBHC, the Most Experienced Staff Takes Care of Sickest Patients
Every morning in TBHC’s Intensive Care Unit James Gasperino, MD, Chair of Medicine, Associate Chief Medical Officer, and Vice President for Critical Care, convenes Morning Report. Here, the hospital’s most experienced intensive care physicians gather with every staff member who plays a role in managing ICU patients — nurses, residents and ancillary services.
February 12, 2018
Chief of Radiation Oncology at The Brooklyn Hospital Center Awarded Prestigious Fellowship
On February 2, David L. Sherr, MD, MSc, FACR, FACRO, Chief of Radiation Oncology at The Brooklyn Hospital Center, added the last set of initials to his name when he was awarded fellowship in the American College of Radiation Oncology (ACRO). The American College of Radiation Oncology is the essential, professional society for success in the day-to-day practice of radiation oncology.
January 17, 2018
New Chair of Pediatrics at The Brooklyn Hospital Center
The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC) is pleased to welcome back Noah Kondamudi, MD, MBA, FACEP, FAAP, CPE, who recently joined us as Chair, Department of Pediatrics. We say welcome back because after Dr. Kondamudi completed his medical education in India at the Osmania Medical College in 1980, and his initial residency at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica, Dr. Kondamudi came to TBHC in 1993 as the chief resident in pediatrics.
December 18, 2017
The Brooklyn Hospital Center’s Staff Doing Medical Outreach Missions Abroad
Arguably, the very nature of a hospital’s work is “doing good” for their patients, families and community. However, for many at The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC), the “doing good” doesn’t stop at the end of the workday. Gary G. Terrinoni, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC), says, “We are very proud of the hospital’s efforts here in Brooklyn and very proud of the efforts of many of our clinical and non-clinical staff abroad in various medical missions.”