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Hospitalists can serve as an attending physician for patients in the hospital and co-manage patient’s with surgeons, internal medicine physicians and other specialists. They also specialize in caring for patients before surgery and after surgery. Hospitalists can help oversee the transition from inpatient to outpatient services.
Hospitalist services are available to patients – all-day, every-day – from specialists who understand the hospital setting and are experts in working with hospitalized adults and children.
Hospitalists at PeaceHealth work with a patient’s primary care doctor while the patient is hospitalized. Together they bring patients the care they need during their hospital stay.
Hospitalists at PeaceHealth work with specialists from many areas to design a treatment plan for you. They work closely with imaging, surgery, pathology, intensive care and more — you’ll have access to a dedicated, integrated care team. To provide continuity of care after you leave the hospital, hospitalists can help find a primary care doctor for you if you don’t have one.
At PeaceHealth, your care team uses many advanced therapies to tailor treatment to your needs. The specialists at PeaceHealth combine their expertise to give you comprehensive care.