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Lost in TranslatYIN – June 2024

Dear NES Providers,      I hope you all are doing well. Summer is almost upon us! I hope you all are doing well and hope that you are able to enjoy this summer to the fullest.        June's Documentation topic is all about Critical Care. Critical Care Documentation will be a topic of conversation for...

Advice for an EM Resident: Planning Your Journey – Part 6

Work-Life Balance Emergency medicine demands dedication and hard work, but it is equally important to maintain a healthy work-life balance. Seek practices that prioritize physician well-being and offer reasonable shift schedules, fair compensation, and opportunities for time off. Balancing personal life and work commitments will ensure your long-term happiness and...

Advice for an EM Resident: Planning Your Journey – Part 5

Availability of Resources and Technology Efficiently managing emergencies relies on the availability of modern resources and technology. When evaluating a practice, consider the quality of its facilities, equipment, and support services. Advanced imaging capabilities, point-of-care testing, and electronic medical records systems are vital tools that can enhance patient care and...

Lost in TranslatYIN – May 2024

Dear NES Providers,          I hope you all are doing well.  I hope that the weather is warming up wherever you may be.  I live in Cleveland and the weather is quite unpredictable here.  I make sure to enjoy the 70-degree sunny days knowing that it could...

David Yin, MD named Regional Medical Director over Ira Davenport Memorial Hospital and River Hospital

NES Health is pleased to announce the promotion of David Yin, MD to Regional Medical Director (RMD) at Ira Davenport Memorial Hospital in Bath, New York, and River Hospital in Alexandria Bay, New York. Dr. Yin currently serves as Regional Medical Director at Coshocton Regional Medical Center, in Coshocton, Ohio,...