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FIX 19 Preview: Unleashing your Inner Witch or Wizard

Shyam Sivasankar
August 23rd, 2019
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Featuring Dr. Shyam Sivasankar Embracing what makes you well US Acute Care Solutions is a sponsor of FeminEM’s Idea Exchange 2019 (FIX), a two-day event featuring – among other standard conference fare – 32 TED-style talks from women and men in Emergency Medicine. Four of the physicians are affiliated with USACS, so we interviewed several […]

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Sneak Peek into FemInEm’s Idea Exchange (FIX) 2019

Patsy McNeil
August 16th, 2019
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Featuring Dr. Patsy McNeil We hope to see you in person at FIX 19. And if you’re as excited as we are, we’re pleased to offer a few sneak previews of conference topics. US Acute Care Solutions is a sponsor of FemInEm’s Idea Exchange 2019, a two-day event featuring – amongst other standard conference fare […]

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Ask the right questions.

August 5th, 2019
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You’ve completed now decades of arduous training. It’s time to take the next step in your career! As a new attending physician, you’ll quickly see that there are more openings than people to fill them. Chances are, you’ll be offered numerous opportunities to practice medicine. But what’s right for you? Our Series This blog series […]

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Posted in For Residents, Questions of the Job Search

Q&A with Dr. Robert Canonico in Aiea, Hawaii

Dr. Robert Canonico
August 1st, 2019
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Where do you want to work? US Acute Care Solutions serves more than 220 hospitals in 21 states. We want to help you get to know about our locations by meeting a physician at each location. Here’s a Q&A with Dr. Robert Canonico at Pali Momi Medical Center in Aiea, Hawaii. At this hospital, there […]

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Servant’s Heart: Smartketi

July 17th, 2019
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Finding her way to Nepal USACS Dr. Sapana Adhikari first visited the land of her parents’ youth – Nepal – as a 19-year-old college student volunteer. She was fluent in the Nepali language, but in the days before the World Wide Web, finding a service opportunity wasn’t easy. “I probably sent 20 different letters just […]

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Posted in Servant's Heart