To provide the best resources and care possible to you and your family, we are pleased to provide Hospital Medicine as part of our comprehensive line-up of services. Hospitalists are providers who specialize in the complete coordinated care of patients in the hospital. Our team of providers uses Hospitalists as a resource and partner to enhance the care they provide to you. Studies continue to show that by incorporating Hospital Medicine, hospitals can dramatically improve patient length of stay, quality of care and patient satisfaction - all of which are vitally important to us.

The role of the Hospitalist is to take care of your needs and get you recovered quickly and effectively. To a patient, this means you will always have a provider close-by to manage all aspects of your care throughout your stay. Hospitalists are a specialty partner to you primary care provider. They are here to manage and direct your care in the event you are hospitalized - all while keeping in close communication with your provider regarding your care and status.


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Computer vision syndrome (CVS) or digital eye strainComputer Vision Syndrome

Computer vision syndrome (CVS) or digital eye strain, can affect anyone who spends three or more hours a day in front of a computer, tablet, e-reader or cell phone.  Many individuals are at risk, including those who “cannot work without a computer.”  And that’s not counting the millions of children, adolescents and adults who spend many hours a day playing screen-based games or using e-readers.  The average American worker spends seven hours a day on the computer, either in the office or working from home.