1 JULY 2011 Physician Connection M E D I C A L C E N T E R Published for the Physicians of Hurley Medical Center. Hurley Medical Center Unveils New Main Lobby at Ribbon Cutting June , 1st Step in Paul F. Reinhart Emergency Trauma Center Expansion Project On June 17, 2011, Hurley Medical Center unveiled its new 9,000 square foot lobby with a special ribbon cutting, highlighting the first step in the Paul F. Reinhart Emergency Trauma Center expansion project. Hurley s new lobby features natural light and views of a new landscaped Dort Park, along with a new admitting office, gift shop, coffee shop and concierge desk. The new lobby officially opened on June 20, The ribbon cutting included various elected officials including Congressman Kildee, Hurley Board Members, physicians, Children s Miracle Network patients Archer Granger, April LaGrone, and their families. The event was covered by The Flint Journal, ABC12, WNEM-TV5, and the View Newspapers. We are proud to share our new lobby with the City SAVE THE DATE September 6 October 28, 2011 Epic Training Watch your mail for information on class scheduling. AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credit Top left: Congressman Kildee, Peter Granger, Jennifer Granger. Bottom left, Delaney Granger, Archer Granger of Flint and the Genesee County community - it is a warm and comforting environment. Hurley continues to invest in the future to better serve the needs of our community. Our new front entrance will face Fifth Avenue and Continued on pg 2 September 12, th Annual Hurley Trauma Center Golf Classic Contact Angie Cuneaz September 21, 2011 Cutaneous Manifestations of Systemic Diseases Holiday Inn Gateway Center Dinner & Registration: 5:00 pm Session: 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credit No Charge To register, call September 28, 2011 Lyme Disease: Dilemmas of Diagnosis & Treatment Holiday Inn Gateway Center Dinner & Registration: 5:30 pm Session: 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credit To register, call
2 Dr. Alan Klein, Grand Blanc Pediatric Dentist and Advisor to The Sheppy Dog Fund, Recommends $90,000 Donation For Hurley s Paul F. Reinhart Emergency Trauma Center Pediatric Waiting Room Alan Klein, DDS, JD, LLM, MA, a Pediatric Dentist on staff at Hurley Medical Center and advisor to The Sheppy Dog Fund, has recommended a donation of $90,000 be given to Hurley s new Paul F. Reinhart Emergency Trauma Center Pediatric Waiting Room, which is now under construction. I am so thrilled to be of help to Hurley s exciting Emergency Trauma Center addition. This new space will enable our physicians and staff to continue providing the most outstanding clinical care for the region s smallest patients, said Dr. Klein. By recommending $90,000 be given to Hurley s Pediatric ED Waiting Room on behalf of the Sheppy Dog Fund, I am helping to support the vital services Hurley offers its youngest patients as the region s only children s hospital. Dr. Klein is also donating dental equipment to Hurley s new Pediatric Emergency Department, enabling pediatric patients to receive up to the minute dental care in the event of traumas and emergencies, when seconds count. A heartfelt thank you to Dr. Alan Klein for all of his past and continued support, said Patrick Wardell, Hurley President and Chief Executive Officer. For Dr. Klein to donate towards our Xbox gameroom and to give to our Paul F. Reinhart Emergency Trauma Center is a testament to his dedication and commitment to Hurley and the children we serve. In June, 2010, Dr. Klein recommended a $10,000 donation on behalf of the Sheppy Dog Fund, to the new X-box room located in the Pediatric Unit of Hurley Medical Center. Last Fall, Microsoft partnered with Children s Miracle Network during the Children s Miracle Network Xbox 360 Gameroom Giveaway Promotion. The contest provided gameroom makeovers worth $10,000 to three of the 170 Children s Miracle Network hospitals nationwide that garnered the most public votes. Thanks to an outpouring of community support, Hurley finished in first place. Hurley, which has 42 pediatric beds, received more than 2 million votes. Dr. Klein s recommendation of an additional $10,000 contribution matched that of Microsoft s. Pediatric Rheumatologist Visits Hurley Main Lobby Ribbon Cutting Continued from pg 1 Dr. Andrew Lasky, Pediatric Rheumatologist from Children s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO visited Hurley Medical Center through a visiting professorship award from the American Academy of Rheumatology. Over 40 physicians and residents heard Dr. Lasky on May 17 respond to case studies presented by Hurley attending physicians. Dr. Mustafa Akpinar, pediatrician (also one of our residency graduates), presented a case of Wegner s granulomatosis. Dr. Barbara Sagoe, 3rd-year resident, presented systemic onset juvenile ideopathic arthritis. Dr. Lasky praised both presenters for the excellence of case content & presentations. Dr. Lasky also held Pediatric Grand Rounds and Journal club on May 18 as part of his visit. Hurley thanks Dr. Lasky for sharing his knowledge and Dr. Susumu Inoue for arranging the visit. downtown Flint, embracing and being part of the improvements happening along the University Avenue corridor, says Patrick R. Wardell, Hurley President and Chief Executive Officer. Hurley s new ED and Trauma Center will be named the Paul F. Reinhart Emergency Trauma Center, to honor the late Paul F. Reinhart, who was dedicated to ensuring adequate and fair distribution of Medicaid funding for hospitals throughout the entire state of Michigan. The new Paul F. Reinhart Emergency Trauma Center is expected to be completed by February
3 Six Sigma Highlight CT Turnaround Time Six Sigma Highlight CT Turnaround Time Turnaround Time in Hours HMC - CT Turnaround Time Mean TAT by Month The CT Turnaround Time (TAT) team focused on reducing turnaround time for routine inpatient CT scans from the point of order entry in CISCO to the end of the procedure (including reconstruction). Prior to Six Sigma, the average turnaround time (baseline) was 6.5 hours. The process has since remained in control and sustained significant improvement in average turnaround time. Baseline Month Goal USL The CT Turnaround Time (TAT) team focused on reducing turnaround time for routine inpatient CT scans from the point of order entry in CISCO to the end of the procedure (including reconstruction). Prior to Six Sigma, the average turnaround time (baseline) was 6.5 hours. The process has since remained in control and sustained significant improvement in average turnaround time. Sunita Vadakath Joins Hurley as Service Line Administrator for Cardiovascular and Internal Medicine Services CIGNA 3 Star Quality Bariatric Center (photo?) growth and development of these moved to the United Kingdom and The Hurley Bariatric Center has been recredentialed as a CIGNA 3 Star Quality Bariatric Center. We have service lines, as well as identifying met or exceeded the program criteria and will be credentialed for three years. opportunities to enhance or make Hurley Bariatric Center will appear on the provider more directory efficient at the continuum and of care obtained her Fellowship of the Royal College of Anesthetists. Sunita also earned a Masters Degree in Public associated with these lines of business. Integrating pre and post hospital care and preventative care in the development of these services will be an important part of the enhancements Sunita will be identifying in an effort to create a better experience for physicians, patients, and the communities served by Hurley. Administration from the University of Michigan. Through her years as an anesthesiologist, Sunita has had multifaceted experience in various clinical, quality control, and administrative roles. She led multidisciplinary teams improving quality of patient care in Intensive Care Units and Pain Clinics. She was actively involved in academic activities and training medical students and residents. Sunita is married to a surgeon and has two daughters. Hurley Medical Center is pleased to welcome Sunita Vadakath as Service Line Administrator for Cardiovascular and Internal Medicine Services. Sunita will be playing an pivotal role in the Sunita is an anesthesiologist who received her medical degree in India. She completed her residency in anesthesiology and went on to become a Lecturer at the University of Mumbai, India. Thereafter she Please join us in welcoming Sunita to Hurley Medical Center. Sunita can be reached at
4 Hurley FREE Women s A Day Just for You Featuring Food, Fitness, Fun and Keynote Speaker Khaliah Ali, A Success!!! One thousand Michigan women attended Hurley s A Day Just For You event a day dedicated to women, featuring fitness, food and fun, on May 21, 2011 at the Expo Center next to Hurley Health and Fitness Center in Flint. Women came out from 9 am to 2 pm and enjoyed a day of pampering, healthy food, education, and participated in more than 350 glucose, blood pressure, ABI, BMI health screenings, and so much more. The highlight was a luncheon with special guest speaker Khaliah Ali, daughter of Muhammad Ali - and a passionate communicator and author on health and weight-related issues. Walk for Welness Asthma and Sleep Study Booth The day began with a 5K Women Walk for Wellness. Following the Walk for Wellness, Zumba workouts and healthy cooking demonstrations were offered, along with vendor booths, mini-health centers, and so much more. This was an event that women of all ages and stages will surely remember. Dr. AppaRao Mukkamala Re-elected to AMA House of Delegates Dr. AppaRao Mukkamala was re-elected as a Michigan delegate to the American Medical Association House of Delegates on April 30 during its 146th annual meeting in Kalamazoo. Dr. Mukkamala, a diagnostic radiologist, will serve a two-year term and represent Michigan at the AMA House of Delegates. Mukkamala is a past president of the Michigan State Medical Society and past president of the Genesee County Medical Society. He currently serves as the chairman of the Department of Radiology. He currently serves as Chairman of the Hurley Board of Managers and the Chairman of the Department of Radiology at Hurley.
5 Federal Grant Funds Available for Staff Training on Electronic Medical Records Great news! Your office may qualify for federal grant funds to help defray the cost of staff training on Electronic Medical Records (EMR). Genesee/ Shiawassee Michigan Works is administering the program which covers 50% of training cost for your staff. To hear more about this exciting opportunity, please contact Carol Piesko, Director of Business Services, Michigan Works Career Alliance, Inc. at , ext. 348 or CIGNA 3 Star Quality Bariatric Center The Hurley Bariatric Center has been recredentialed as a CIGNA 3 Star Quality Bariatric Center. Hurley met or exceeded the program criteria and will be credentialed for three years. Hurley Bariatric Center will appear on the provider directory at and Hurley Breast Cancer Survivors Shoot TV Commercial On April 18, 2011, Hurley s Merliss Brown Auditorium was transformed into Hurleywood for the eight hour taping of a brand new upcoming Breast Cancer Program commercial, featuring several Hurley breast cancer survivors. We will be sure and keep you posted once the commercial has been edited and released, so please stay tuned for more information. Regina Durant is one of the Hurley stars in this breast cancer awareness TV commercial. By now you should have received a letter from Drs. Katneni and Roebuck regarding upcoming Epic training. If you have not already, please carefully review this important information as it has potential impact to your medical staff privileges. Briefly stated: Medical staff members must be trained and have received a certificate of completion by midnight, October 29, If training is not completed by October 29, the professional staff member will be placed in the Temporary Off Staff (automatic suspension) category, which means professional staff will not be able to provide clinical care, consultation, admit patients, access Epic, or give orders for care. Professional staff still not trained at the time of the December, 2011 board meeting will be recommended for permanent suspension (not reportable to the NPDB). Privileges will be reinstated upon successful completion of training with the application fee waived. There will be no process for written orders after Epic implementation. All orders must be entered by the practitioner electronically. Limited exceptions are provided, including when the practitioner is not physically on site or where the practitioner is engaged (e.g. surgery or bedside procedure) and unable to electronically enter their own orders. Please Watch Your Office Mail for Epic Class Registration Information Please know that at anytime if you have questions or concerns you can contact Dr. Katneni at and/or Dr. Roebuck at Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.
6 Welcome New Doctors Hurley Pinnacle Award It s Time For Nominations Lynn Alling-Jones, DO - Pediatrics Lisa Bohra, MD -Pediatric Ophthalmology Elizabeth Hale, MD - Infectious Disease Amanda Harding, MD - Pediatrics Amy Maxwell, DDS - Dentistry/Oral Surgery John Roarty, MD - Pediatric Ophthalmology Asif Ishaque, MD Honored as Top Patient Centered Medical Home Michael Boucree, MD, Based on BCBSM s criteria, Hurley physician Asif Asif Ishaque, Ishaque, MD MD Honored as Top Patient Centered Call Medical For Nominations Home was ranked as the number one Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) practice Based in on the BCBSM s state for criteria, Hurley BCBSM physician Asif As Ishaque, we prepare MD was for the next Pinnacle Award presentation, we made its determination ranked based as the on number quality and one use Patient scores Centered as Medical encourage Home your (PCMH) nominations. Simply pick up a nomination form well as PCMH capabilities. practice in the state for BCBSM made in its the determination Physicians Lounge or send an with your nomination & the reasons to Regina Waller at The based on quality and use scores as well as PCMH capabilities. nomination period ends on August 31, We congratulate Dr. Ishaque on this prestigious honor and We congratulate Dr. Ishaque on this prestigious honor and recognize recognize the many Hurley Medical Center physicians who have been designated the as many Patient Hurley Center Medical Medical Center Homes. physicians who have been designated as Patient Center Medical Homes. Taking Care of Our Physicians ING CARE OF OUR PHYSICIANS On June 9, Dr. Michael Boucree and over 25 Hurley physicians enjoyed chair massages by Baker College students. Massages will return in October when Baker classes resume. Hurley History In 1911, Flint s expanding auto industry required the hospital to increase its capacity. A second story over the west wing was added. The new wing included seven private rooms and two 5-bed wards. One hundred years later, Hurley is still fulfilling its mission of Clinical Excellence. Service to People. June 9, Dr. Michael Boucree and over 25 Hurley physicians enjoyed chair massages by Baker College ents. Massages will return in October when classes resume. The Pinnacle Award is Hurley s highest honor awarded to physicians. On an annual basis, Hurley honors one Primary Care Physician and one Specialist Physician selected on the parameters of professionalism, integrity, commitment, and loyalty. Many outstanding Hurley physicians have been honored as Pinnacle Award recipients since it was established in Past Pinnacle Award Recipient James Graham, MD, Ghassan Bachuwa, MD, M. Varkey Thomas, MD, Vivian Lewis, MD, Paul Schroeder, MD, Carl Chudnofsky, MD, George Zureikat, MD, Marigowda Nagaraju, MD, Charles Thompson, MD, Samuel Dismond, Jr., MD, John Hebert III, MD, F. Michael Jaggi, DO, Raouf Mikhail, MD, Farouck Obeid, MD, Eyassu Habte-Gabr, MD, Susumu Inoue, MD, Elmahdi Saeed, MD, Abdelmajid Jondy, MD, AppaRao Mukkamala, MD, Aftab Aftab, MD, Laura Carravallah, MD, Brian M. Nolan, MD, Did You Know...
7 picture accordingly from the original. (Have pictures with writing next to them---or all together with names underneath.) Crop Dr. Bork s picture accordingly from the original. (Have MATERNAL pictures FETAL with MEDICINE writing next CHANGES to them---or all together with names underneath.) Crop Dr. Bork s MATERNAL picture accordingly FETAL MEDICINE from the CHANGES original. Maternal Fetal Medicine Changes MATERNAL FETAL MEDICINE CHANGES Dr. Ivana Vettraino will be joining a private practice in Troy, MI. However, she will continue to review and consult on sonograms throughout the week. We want to thank Dr. Vettraino for her many Combined Medicine/ Transitional Year years of dedicated service to Pediatrics Shiran Alagacone, MD Dr. Ivana Vettraino will will be joining be Hurley joining a private Medical a private practice Center. practice We in Troy, wish MI. in Troy, However, MI. 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Achenef Melese, MD Dr. continuing Ivana Vettraino with us will on a be part-time joining a basis. private practice in Troy, MI. However, she will continue to have Preethi Ratakonda, MD office hours for consults at Additionally, the Hurley we Medical are pleased Center clinics on weekends Internal and Medicine will review and consult Bouchra Younes, MD on sonograms throughout to the announce week. Dr. We Michael want to thank Dr. Vettraino Firas for Abed, her many MD years of dedicated David Bork, an experienced service to Hurley Medical Center. We wish her well with her new group Delshad and Ahmad, are pleased MD she will be Board Certified Maternal Fetal Pediatric Dentistry* continuing with us on a part-time basis. Syeda Ali, MD Medicine physician has joined the Hurley medical staff on a part-time basis. Dr. Bork will see patients and review and consult on sonograms during his weekly Additionally, we are pleased to clinic. announce Dr. Michael David Bork, an experienced Board Certified Deepali Jain, MD Maternal Fetal Medicine physician has joined the Hurley medical staff on a part-time basis. Dr. Bork will Rasha Nakhleh, MD Radiology* see Additionally, patients and we review are and pleased consult to on announce sonograms Dr. during Michael his weekly David clinic. Bork, an experienced Board Certified Dr. Mohamed Khedr will Neiveen Peter, MD Asif Bhimani, MD Maternal Fetal Medicine physician has joined the Hurley medical staff on a part-time basis. Dr. continue to support the John Bork Hanna, will MD see patients and review and consult on sonograms during his weekly clinic. Maternal Fetal Medicine Asad Hayat, MD Obstetrics & Additionally, we are pleased service to announce as he has done Dr. Michael in the David Bork, an Gynecology experienced Board Certified past. You can reach Dr. Khedr Maternal Fetal Medicine physician has joined the Hurley medical staff Atinuke on a Akinpeloye, part-time basis. MD Dr. Bork Geriatric will Fellowship via phone at or Oluwamuyiwa Bolonduro, MD see patients and review and consult on sonograms during his weekly clinic. via pager at Hurley Welcomes 2011 New Residents Please take a moment to say hello and welcome them to the Hurley family. Omar Alkharabsheh, MD Amro Alsaid, MD (was TY resident ) Imran Baig, MD Syed Haamid, MD Abraham Madany, MD (was TY resident ) Litsa Karaouzas, DDS Aimee Picard, DDS Melisa Susanto, DDS Banafsheh Vahid, DMD Jody Wrathall, DDS Sanaz Kashan, MD (was IM resident ) Medical Psychology Dr. Mohamed Khedr will continue to support the Maternal Fetal Pediatrics Fellowship Medicine service as he has done in the past. You can reach Dr. Khedr via phone at or via Ahmed Abusamra, MD Maegan Hatfield-Eldred, PhD pager at (PGY2) Katherine Poitras, PsyD Sonograms by our accredited technicians are available Dr. Mohamed Khedr will continue Smita to support Gaikwad, the MD Maternal (PGY2) Fetal five days per week at our Grand Blanc and Hurley Hospital Medicine service as he has done in the past. You can reach Dr. Khedr Israa Khan, via phone MD locations. You may schedule a sonogram for your patient at Radiology or via Fellowship* Poonam Mahajan, MD pager by calling at or via fax A Chaitanya Vemulapalli, MD preliminary report will be faxed to Dr. the Mohamed referring physician Chetna Mangat, MD Khedr will continue to support the Maternal Fetal within 24 hours of testing completion. Naveen Minumula, MD Medicine service as he has done in the past. You can reach Dr. Khedr via phone at or via Sneha Rao, MD Trauma Fellowship pager at We look forward to introducing you to the full time Anas Alzuhaili, MD replacement for Dr. Vettraino very soon. * Affiliated Program
8 M E D I C A L C E N T E R One Hurley Plaza Flint, MI Non-profit Organization US Postage PAID Permit No. 442 M E D I C A L C E N T E R M E D I C A L C E N T E R Hurley Foundation News Save the Date! The 27th Annual Hurley Trauma Center Golf Classic will be held on Monday, September 12, 2011 at the Flint Golf Club. For more information, contact Angie Cuneaz at or at Volunteer Update The next adult volunteer orientation will be on Monday, July 18. Please call Lisa Hasselbach at or her at: for more information. Children s Miracle Network Hospitals This year s First Annual Poker Run on June 5 raised $5,500 for Hurley s Pediatric Oncology Department at Hurley. More than 125 riders on 90 bikes participated! The 6th Annual Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day is scheduled for Thursday, August 11. Proceeds from the sale of Blizzards that day will be donated to the Children s Miracle Network at Hurley. Mark your calendars and enjoy a treat while you help the kids! We re Here For You! The Physician Services Team is your communication link with Hurley Medical Center and serves as the point of contact for any questions, comments or suggestions. The team conducts in-person office visits, on-site hospital or phone consultations and to provide physician support. Physician Services Contact Information: Elyse Berry, Director (office) (cell) Regina Waller, Manager (office) (cell) Steve Herr, Physician Services Representative (cell) Michelle Landis, CME Coordinator Andrea McBurney, Operations Support Specialist Valerie Southall, Physician Services Representative (cell)
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