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Location! Location! Location! Honolulu, Hawaii – Dr. Alson Inaba

International Impact If you’ve ever hummed “Stayin’ Alive” while learning – or performing – CPR, USACS’ Dr. Alson Inaba has touched your life. The Honolulu native was born in the hospital he has served since for more than 27 years. He enjoys coming up with innovative, fun, and memorable ways of teaching. Most recently, Dr. […]

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Honoring our heroes: Dustin Gillenwater

An extension of his character Dustin Gillenwater’s commitment to providing patients with the best patient experience possible is an extension of his character. Character that was intensely shaped by his military education, training, and experience in the U.S. Army after graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point and serving as an infantry […]

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Location! Location! Location! Dr. Wyatt Hall of Avon, Colorado

Where do you want to work? US Acute Care Solutions serves more than 220 hospitals in 20 states. We want to help you learn about our locations by meeting physicians who practice there! Today’s feature is Dr. Wyatt Hall, a medical director in the beautiful state of Colorado. What drew you to Colorado? I came […]

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Location! Location! Location! Jayne Kendall in Charlotte, N.C.

Where do you want to work? US Acute Care Solutions serves more than 220 hospitals in 20 states. We want to help you learn about our locations by meeting physicians who practice there! Today’s feature is Dr. Jayne Kendall at Atrium Health Pineville in Charlotte, N.C. Dr. Jayne Kendall is USACS’s vice president of Southeast and West […]

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Location! Location! Location! Alexander Garcia Gonzalez of Tampa, FL

Where do you want to work? US Acute Care Solutions serves more than 220 hospitals in 20 states. We want to help you learn about our locations by meeting physicians who practice there!   Alexander Garcia MD is the medical director at AdventHealth Tampa in Florida and chief of staff at AdventHealth Zephyrhills. He has been […]

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After the news crews leave…

The next time a natural disaster strikes, Michael Cetta says he won’t wait for an email asking for volunteer physicians. Dr. Cetta, USACS’ chief of integrated acute care, recently went on his first disaster relief after Category 5 Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas. He spent seven days at the tiny island in Abaco, Bahamas called […]

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Championing for Children

  More than 80% of children seek care in general emergency departments – not in children’s hospitals. Yet, to date, hospital licensing and accreditation requirements lack pediatric-specific standards. USACS’ Dr. Kate Remick, one of the executive leads for the EMS for Children Innovation and Improvement Center (CIIC), is setting out to change that by establishing […]

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Location! Location! Location?

Do you enjoy traveling? Are you longing to set your own schedule? US Acute Care Solutions serves more than 220 hospitals in 20 states, and we want to help you learn about all of our locations on our blog. However, we also have traveling clinicians through our Firefighter Program who provide emergency physicians a unique […]

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Wealth & Wellness: Guest Post by Miranda Phillips

Miranda Phillips DO, FACEP, FAAEM is the system medical director for Saint Francis Hospitals in Oklahoma, and  will retire in December, years before her 40th birthday. She attributes the ability to retire to investing wisely. Read on learn what she has to say about all areas of wellness.  Pursuing Wellness Are you actively and purposefully […]

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Honoring our heroes: Lt Col Michael Policastro

US Acute Care’s recognition that his military career enhances his clinical practice, and that his clinical practice contributes to his military career is part of what makes Lt Col Dr. Michael Policastro proud to become a USACS physician. “When I raised my hand to take the oath, I knew that I could never separate the […]

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