“We’re in tune with what’s going on at OVCH. If there is a unique situation that comes up, we’re the first one to treat the patient. The faster the treatment, the better the outcome.”
When asked what they do, most physicians often say, “I’m a doctor.” It’s an easy-to-understand answer. Because when it comes to healthcare, there are all types of specialists: endocrinologists, nephrologists, even perinatologists – just to name a few. The multi-syllabic names can be confusing, to say the least. There is, however, a type of doctor whose name says it all: a hospitalist.