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Continued ARE YOU READY TO GET LINKed? Starting Oct.1, Lee Health will launch LINK, our new, state-of-the-art software system for timekeeping, staffing and supply chain management. Much in the way Epic changed clinical practice; LINK will have a significant impact on Lee Healths ability to provide the staff and materials needed to deliver the best possible care for our patients. As Lee Health continues to grow, updated systems are needed to manage our essential business and Human Resources workflows. The name LINK is an acronym for the two business software systems we are installing to replace GEAC, One-Staff and the legacy timekeeping system: (Lee Health + Infor + Kronos = LINK). In addition to standardizing and simplifying work processes, LINK includes state-of-the-art touch screen time clocks with easy-to-use functionality, creating a one-stop portal for employee self-service including timekeeping, scheduling and PTO, among other features. LINK will launch on Oct. 1, the first day of Lee Healths new fiscal year. This is a multiphase project over the next two years. For additional information email LINK@LeeHealth.org. JULY, 2017 ARE YOU READY TO GET LINKed? CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION NEW MEDICAL STAFF & ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS EMERGENCY DIAL CODES PHYSICIANS OF THE MONTH & NOMINATION FORM ARTICLES SUBMISSION ANNOUNCEMENT OF MEDICAL STAFF ELECTIONS 2017 HEART FAILURE GUIDELINE UPDATES CCC ADVANCES UPDATED TELEMETRY GUIDELINES NEWS FROM THE MEDICAL LIBRARY NEWS FROM THE MEDICAL LIBRARY NEW & REVISED ORDER SETS - JUNE NEWS FROM THE MEDICAL LIBRARY LIBRARY & BUSINESS CENTER - GCH CDI DOCUMENTATION CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION ISSUE 4 mailto:LINK@LeeHealth.org Medical Staff Matters ANNOUNCEMENT OF MEDICAL STAFF ELECTIONS The 2017 Medical Staff Election will be held in August. Voting will be by electronic (email) ballots, via Survey Monkey. Active Medical Staff members are scheduled to receive voting instructions via e-mail by Friday, August 11th. The deadline to return the ballots will be Friday, August 25, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Only practitioners with ACTIVE staff status may vote. The next two (2) pages list the Medical Staff Nominees for Medical Executive Committee Officers/Members, Department Chair and/or Section Chief by facility. Please note, if you do not receive an electronic (e-mail) ballot, to contact the Medical Staff office to provide a current email address. Medical Staff Matters CAPE CORAL HOSPITAL ELECTIONS FINAL SLATE OF NOMINEES - 2017 MEDICAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT CHAIRS Secretary/Treasurer: Joanna Muller Carioba, M.D. Anesthesiology Dept. Chair: Brian J. West, M.D. OB/GYN Dept. Chair: Dirk Peterson, M.D. Radiology Dept. Chair: Thomas G. Presbrey, M.D. Members-at-Large: Basudev Pudasaini, M.D. GULF COAST MEDICAL CENTER ELECTIONS FINAL SLATE OF NOMINEES - 2017 MEDICAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT CHAIRS Secretary/Treasurer: Sally C. Palmon, M.D. Emergency Medicine, Dept. Chair: Lawrence Isaacs, M.D. Medicine Dept. Chair: William Carracino, M.D. Syed Zafar, M.D. OB/GYN Dept. Chair: Norris M. Allen, M.D. Jeffry Garner, M.D. Surgery Dept. Chair: Valerie Dyke, M.D. Radiology Dept. Chair: Randolph Knific, M.D. Pathology Dept. Chair: Zhiping Liu, M.D. Members-at-Large: Gary Correnti, M.D., Anthony DAngelo, M.D., William Hearn, D.O., Khalid Sabha, M.D., Michael Weiss, M.D. HEALTHPARK MEDICAL CENTER ELECTIONS FINAL SLATE OF NOMINEES - 2017 MEDICAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT CHAIRS Secretary/Treasurer: Rabia H. Khan, M.D. Medicine Dept. Chair: Steve T. Lee, M.D. OB/GYN Dept. Chair: Charles K. Burlison, M.D. Pathology Dept. Chair: Orestes Borrego, M.D. Radiology Dept. Chair: Sharik K. Rathur, M.D. Medical Staff Matters LEE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ELECTIONS FINAL SLATE OF NOMINEES - 2017 MEDICAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT CHAIRS Secretary/Treasurer: Asif Azam, M.D., Anesthesiology Dept. Chair: Marc Michelsen, D.O. Emergency Medicine Dept. Chair: David Goldner, M.D. Medicine Dept. Chair: Razak Dosani, M.D. OB/GYN Dept. Chair: Charles K. Burlison, M.D. Pathology Dept. Chair: P.J. Tsakalakis, M.D. GOLISANO CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF SW FL ELECTIONS FINAL SLATE OF NOMINEES - 2017 MEDICAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT CHAIRS Secretary/Treasurer: Asjad U. Khan, M.D. Anesthesiology Dept. Chair: Daniel J. Krauss, M.D. Emergency Medicine, Dept. Chair: Myriam M. Alea, M.D. OB/GYN Dept. Chair: Charles K. Burlison, M.D. Surgery Dept. Chair: John D. Donalson, M.D. CCH, GCMC, HPMC, LMH and GCHSWFL FINAL SLATE OF NOMINEES 2017 SURGERY SECTION CHIEFS Colorectal Section Chief: Valerie R. Dyke, M.D. General/Vascular Section Chief: John A. Moss, D.O. Neurosurgery Section Chief: Saman P. Javedan, M.D. Ophthalmology Section Chief: Mark S. Gorovoy, M.D. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Section Chief: Robert D. Gear Jr., D.M.D, M.D. Orthopedic Surgery Section Chief: Mark E. Farmer, M.D. Otolaryngology Section Chief: James Newlon, M.D. Plastic Surgery Section Chief: Michael Kim, M.D. and John Ritrosky, M.D. Podiatry Section Chief: John Lawlor, D.P.M. Thoracic Surgery Section Chief: Paul DiGiorgi, M.D. Trauma Surgery Section Chief: Jose A. Diaz, M.D. Urology Surgery Section Chief: James D. Borden, M.D. Medical Staff Matters 2017 HEART FAILURE GUIDELINE UPDATES KEY POINTS: 1. Renin-Angiotensin System Inhibition: This strategy is recommended to reduce morbidity and mortality in all patients with HF and reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) and no contra-indications, in addition to optimal therapy that includes beta blockers and aldosterone antagonists in those without contraindications as well as device therapy (implantable cardioverter-defibrillator cardiac resynchronization therapy, or both) in those with an indication. Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors (Class I) or Angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs, Class I) or Angiotensin receptorneprilysin inhibitor (ARNI) to replace ACE inhibitors or ARBs in patients who have tolerated either agent (Class I, but with a lower level of evidence than ACE or ARB). ARNI should not be used within 36 hours of the last dose of an ACE inhibitor or in patients with angioedema (Class III [harm]). 2. Ivabradine: Consider using this drug to reduce HF hospitalizations for symptomatic HFrEF and resting heart rate 70 bpm in patients on optimal therapy, including a beta blocker at the maximal tolerated dose (Class IIa). 3. Therapy for HF with Preserved Ejection Fraction (HFpEF): Therapy remains largely targeted at coexisting conditions, including hypertension, coronary disease, and atrial fibrillation. Aldosterone Receptor Antagonists in appropriately selected patients might reduce hospital-ization risk (Class IIb [weak recommendation]). Routine nitrates or phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors are discouraged (Class III [no benefit]). 4. Hypertension: Recommended optimal levels (Class I) are Medical Staff Matters CLINICAL COLLABORATION COUNCIL (CCC) ADVANCES UPDATED TELEMETRY GUIDELINES The Clinical Collaboration Council (CCC) has approved new evidence-based guidelines for the use of telemetry across the health system. The guidelines were approved by the Physician Leadership Council (PLC) in its August meeting and are scheduled for consideration by the Facility Medical Executive Committees (FMECs) this month. If approved, the guidelines would go into effect at the end of September after staff/physician education is completed. The new guidelines are intended to address the overutilization of cardiac monitoring and bring Lee Health in line with national standards. The goal is to reduce the use of telemetry on lower acuity patients, alleviating alarm fatigue while making our patients safer. During a recent survey, Lee Health averaged 67% telemetry use across the health system with one campus experiencing 110,000 alarms over a 24-hour period. Alarm fatigue can and has contributed to serious safety events. The new guidelines will limit which patients receive cardiac tracking and for how long. A copy of the guidelines can be obtained through the Medical Staff Office. The Clinical Collaboration Council was launched earlier this year to oversee quality improvement projects at Lee Health. Contact Dr. Scott Nygaard or Dr. Marilyn Kole for more information about the CCC. Medical Staff Matters Update on Medical Library Resources Cochrane Clinical Answers is a physician-focused resource that provides answers to clinical questions. Its content is based on the high-quality evidence found in Cochrane systematic reviews. It is part of Cochrane Collection Plus. This and other databases are available to Lee Health physicians on the databases page of the Medical Library on IntraLee as well as remotely via Citrix or Athens connection. Two databases have been removed from Cochrane Collection Plus due to the availability of their content on other websites: Health Technology Assessment Evaluation Database and Economic Evaluation Database To request remote access to the library e-resources via Athens, contact medlibrary@leehealth.org New Print and Electronic Books have been added to the Library Collection: Complications of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention : the Survival Handbook Decision Making in Emergency Critical Care : an Evidence-Based Handbook Medical Ethics: Accounts of Ground-Breaking Cases Lubkin's Chronic Illness : Impact and Intervention Antibiotic Resistance : Mechanisms and New Antimicrobial Approaches - e-book Tietz Textbook of Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics - e-book Neurobiology of Mental Illness Lanzkowsky's Manual of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology - e-book & print Ryan's Retina - e-book Barrett's Esophagus : Emerging Evidence for Improved Clinical Practice - e-book Dulcan's Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry - DSM-5 edition The American Psychiatric Association Publishing Textbook of Psychopharmacology To see the full list of resources added, visit Recent Arrivals page on the Medical Library website on IntraLee or at http://www.leehealth.org/medlibrary/recent.asp mailto:medlibrary@leehealth.orghttp://www.leehealth.org/medlibrary/recent.asp Medical Staff Matters NEW 3944 ADULT ACETYLCYSTEINE (MUCOMYST 20%) PO/NG ORDERS FOR ACETAMINOPHEN OVERDOSE 3944-A PEDIATRIC ACETYLCYSTEINE (MUCOMYST 20%) PO/NG ORDERS FOR ACETAMINOPHEN OVERDOSE REVISED 3018 NICU ADMISSION ORDERS 3019 NEONATAL CONTINUING CARE ORDERS 3192 POST-PARTUM / POST C-SECTION ORDERS 3249 PRE-ECLAMPSIA HYPERTENSIVE DISORDERS IN PREGNANCY (HIP) ADMISSION ORDERS 3251 FETAL DEMISE/FETAL ANOMALY ORDERS 3252 LABOR ADMISSION ORDERS 3394 CESAREAN DELIVERY PRE-OP ORDERS 3424 PEDIATRIC HOME HEALTH IV ANTIBIOTIC ORDERS 3496 CARDIAC ADMISSION ORDERS 3644 ETHYLENE GLYCOL AND METHANOL POISONING ORDERS 3654 FRACTURE PRE-PROCEDURE ORDERS (ORTHOPEDICS) 3662 ADULT INTRAVENOUS ACETAMINOPHEN (OFIRMEV) ORDERS 3714 ADULT BLOOD TRANSFUSION ORDERS 3755 POST-PARTUM/POST VAGINAL DELIVERY ORDERS 3788 METHOTREXATE ORDERS FOR ECTOPIC PREGNANCY 3802 OBSTETRICAL TRIAGE NURSE-INITIATED MEDICAL SCREENING EXAM PROTOCOL ORDERS 1275-ED OB ED NURSE INITIATED ADV TRIAGE ORDERS Continued NEW & REVISED ORDER SETS JULY 2017 Medical Staff Matters NEW & REVISED ORDER SETS JULY 2017 (Contd) 3902 OBSTETRICAL HYPERTENSIVE MANAGEMENT ORDERS 3929 LABOR ADMISSION NURSE-INITIATED PROTOCOL ORDERS OBSOLETED 3204 PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASE LABORATORY ORDERS Medical Staff Matters You can now find CDI Physician resources on Intralee, including our Tuesday Morning Education Go to IntraLee -> under Lee Health Favorites, Click on Health Information Management On the left hand side, you will see CDI Physician Resources Jillian Bisbe RN, MSN, CCDS Clinical Documentation Improvement Supervisor Jillian.Bisbe@LeeHealth.org mailto:Jillian.Bisbe@LeeHealth.orgMedical Staff Matters August 2017 Appropriate Use Criteria for Nuclear Stress Test & Echo Robert Hendel, MD, FACC, FAHA, MASNC 6:00 7:00 PM on Wednesday, August 9, 2017 HPMC Boca Grande Room OR 6:30 7:30 AM on Thursday, August 10, 2017 HPMC ED800 Target Audience: Cardiologists, Hospitalists, Advanced Providers Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to discuss the criteria that help determine the appropriate use of cardiac imaging technology. RSVP for CME and dinner/breakfast (239) 343-6003 or email: Kimberly.Rojas@leehealth.org Cardiovascular Services Echocardiography Diastolic Dysfunction & Left Atrial Filling Pressures Karla Quevedo, MD, FACC 5:45 6:45 PM on Tuesday, August 15, 2017 HPMC HP800 Target Audience: Physicians, Sonographers, Nursing Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to discuss updated LV Diastology Grading Criteria Presentation is available by WebEx. Email Nicole.Steinkohl@leehealth.org for more information. Pediatric Grand Rounds: Proton Pump Inhibitors and Pediatric GERD: To use or not to use Viraine Weerasooriya, MD 6:30 7:30 PM on Thursday, August 17, 2017 HPMC Boca Grande Room Target Audience: Pediatricians, Family Practice Physicians & Nurses Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to review evidence-based indications for treating infants and older children with PPI, discuss the risks of treatment, as well as why, when, and how to stop treatment, review current evidence for extra-esophageal associations with reflux disease, and review new understandings of reflux related disorders. RSVP for CME and dinner by Thurs. 8/17 (239) 424-2680 or email: Nicole.Steinkohl@leehealth.org Continued mailto:Kimberly.Rojas@leehealth.orgmailto:Nicole.Steinkohl@leehealth.orgmailto:Nicole.steinkohl@leehealth.org Medical Staff Matters Lifestyle is Medicine 8:00 AM 12:00 PM on Saturday, August 19, 2017 GCMC Community Room Target Audience: Physicians, ARNPs, and Nurses Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to discuss clinical evidence regarding the benefits of macro and micronutrients for the treatment, reversal and prevention of chronic illness, and to identify the clinical and scientific research which has been done to evaluate the use of nutrition as compared to pharmaceuticals and other traditional methods of health care. RSVP for CME and breakfast by Fri. 8/18 (239) 424-2680 or email: Nicole.Steinkohl@leehealth.org Save the Date 6:00 PM 7:00 PM on Monday, August 21, 2017 LMH MOC 8th Floor Classroom Hemodialysis Access Ultrasound 5:45 PM 6:45 PM on Thursday, August 24, 2017 HPMC HP800 Target Audience: Physicians, Sonographers, Nursing Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to review Hemodialysis Access Ultrasound protocols and procedures Presentation is available by WebEx. Email Nicole.Steinkohl@leehealth.org for more information.Oncology Grand Rounds: Cardio-Oncology Patient Evaluations Anita M. Arnold, DO 12:00 1:00 PM on Friday, August 25, 2017 LMH MOC 8th Floor Classroom Target Audience: Physicians, Family Medicine Residents, PAs, ARNPs, RNs. Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to discuss the new specialty of Cardiovascular Medicine known as Cardio-Oncology, identify complications of common chemotherapeutic agents, identify what some of the long-term sequelae can be of treating cancer and explain how to follow these patients in Survivorship status. RSVP for CME and lunch by Thurs. 8/24 (239) 424-2680 or email: Debbie.Manee@LeeHealth.org Continued mailto:Nicole.steinkohl@leehealth.orgmailto:Nicole.steinkohl@leehealth.orgmailto:Nicole.Steinkohl@leehealth.orgmailto:Debbie.Manee@LeeHealth.orgMedical Staff Matters Lee Health is accredited by the Florida Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Lee Health designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Lee Health is an approved provider of continuing Nursing Education (FBN2151). Lee Health has applied for 1 contact hour for this lecture. Faculty and Lee Health will disclose any real or apparent conflict of interest related to the content of the presentation. Faculty will also identify any off label or investigational uses discussed as such. Nicole Steinkohl, MHSA, CMA, CME Coordinator Nicole.Steinkohl@LeeHealth.org For WebEx information for remote participation, please contact Nicole.Steinkohl@leehealth.org mailto:Nicole.Steinkohl@LeeHealth.orgmailto:Nicole.Steinkohl@leehealth.org Medical Staff Matters NEW PROVIDERS - JUNE Eve Bowers, MD Internal Medicine (Refer & Follow) LMH Lee Community HealthCare North Fort Myers Dr. Bowers obtained her medical degree at Emory University School of Medicine. She completed an Internal Medicine Residency at Baylor College of Medicine and is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Lee Coghill, M.D. Family Medicine GCHSF, HPMC, LMH LMHS FSU Family Medicine Residency Program Dr. Coghill obtained his medical degree at St. Georges University School of Medicine. He completed a Family Medicine Residency at Lee Health FSU University College of Medicine and is Board Eligible. James Breen, M.D. Family Medicine LMH LMHS FSU Family Medicine Residency Program Dr. Breen obtained his medical degree at Jefferson Medical College. He completed a Family Medicine Residency at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island and a Faculty Development Fellowship at the University of North Carolina. Dr. Breen is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. Michael Heiland, MD Family Medicine GCHSWF, HPMC, LMH LMHS FSU Family Medicine Residency Program Dr. Heiland obtained his medical degree at the University of South Florida. He recently completed a Family Medicine Residency at Via Christi Regional Medical Center and is Board Eligible. Continued Medical Staff Matters NEW PROVIDERS - JUNE Seth Lipka, M.D. Gastroenterology CCH Associates in Digestive Health Dr. Lipka obtained his medical degree at the American University of the Caribbean. He began his Internal Medicine Residency at Nassau University Medical Center. He completed his final Residency year and Gastroenterology Fellowship at the University of South Florida. Dr. Lipka is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Internal Medicine and is Board Eligible in Gastroenterology. Timothy Pickering, DO Anesthesiology GCMC Anesthesia & Pain Consultants Dr. Pickering obtained his degree at the University of North Texas. He completed a General Internship at the Heart of Lancaster Regional Center and an Anesthesia Residency at Riverside County Regional Medical Center. Dr. Pickering is certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Anesthesiology. Damian Maxwell, MD Pediatric General Surgery GCHSWF, HPMC LPG-Pediatric General Surgery Dr. Maxwell completed his medical degree at the University of West Indies. He completed a Surgical Residency at CAMC Memorial Hospital and a Pediatric General Surgery Fellowship at McGill University. Dr. Maxwell is certified by the American Board of Surgery in General Surgery and Pediatric General Surgery. Frank Vina, M.D. Internal Medicine/Hospitalist CCH, GCMC, HPMC, LMH Millennium Hospitalist Group Dr. Vina obtained his medical degree at the Technological University of Santiago. He completed an Internal Medicine Internship at New York Downtown and an Internal Medicine Residency at New York University Lutheran Medical Center. Dr. Vina is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Medical Staff Matters NEW ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS - JUNE Ziad Alsokary, CRNA CCH, GCHSWF, HPMC, LMH Medical Anesthesia, Dr. Daniel Krauss Edward Green, ARNP CCH, GCMC, HPMC, LMH Florida Cancer Specialists Dr. Syed Zafar Violeta Calhoun, ARNP CCH, GCMC, HPMC, LMH Axel Health Dr. Sumeet Shetty M. Katherine Harris, CRNA GCMC Anesthesia & Pain Consultants Dr. Sally Palmon Erin Connor, CRNA CCH, GCHSWF, HPMC, LMH Medical Anesthesia Dr. Daniel Krauss Murali Manohar, CRNA GCMC Anesthesia & Pain Consultants Dr. Charles Bisbee Continued Medical Staff Matters NEW ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS - JUNE Deborah Parten, CRNA CCH, GCHSWF, HPMC, LMH Medical Anesthesia Dr. Daniel Krauss Suzie Willis, ARNP CCH, HPMC, LMH LPG-General & Vascular Surgery at Riverwalk Dr. John Moss Francesca Passalacqua, ARNP GCHSWF, HPMC LPG-Pediatric Cardiology Dr. Suying Lam-Barriga Karlene Woodbine, PA CCH, GCMC, HPMC, LMH Orthopedic Assoc of SW Florida Dr. Edward Dupay Peggy Swann, ARNP GCMC Pediatrix Medical Group Dr. William Liu Medical Staff Matters Emergency Dial Codes changed to 444 Lee Health is dedicated to safe, quality health care. When an emergency occurs, clear communication is important for quick response to protect patients and staff. One way to ensure the quickest response in an emergency is to standardize emergency dial codes. Effective May 1, 2016, the emergency dial code in all Lee Health hospitals has changed to: 444. The emergency code system notifies staff about an event that requires immediate action. The intent is to relay urgent information in a timely, understandable manner and elicit a prompt and proper response. Standardizing the dial code across the system provides clarity since employees often work in more than one facility, sometimes within the same day. All gold card emergency information listings will be updated to reflect the new 444 dial code, and you may notice reminders posted near employee time clocks and volunteer check-in stations. Team meetings and huddles are great opportunities to remind staff of this important change, and to review all emergency codes. For more information, or if you have any questions, please see your immediate supervisor. Medical Staff Matters Physician of the Month June Kendrick McArthur, D.O. General Surgery The Staff and Administration of Lee Health are pleased to announce Kendrick McArthur, D.O. as June Physician of the Month. We saluted Dr. McArthur for exemplifying the qualities of an excellence physician and we are pleased to have had Dr. McArthur as a respected member of our medical staff since January, 2016. Dr. McArthur is always professional and has a wonderful, upbeat attitude. He always takes excellent care of his patients. He is so kind, patient and professional a great person to work with! Always smiling and making jokes. Dr. McArthur is awesome with his patients. He always communicates great with the nurses. Great attitude & professionalism. Really appreciate the respect given to the nurses, patients & all staff. Medical Staff Matters Medical Staff Matters PHYSICIAN OF THE MONTH NOMINATION FORM PHYSICIAN OF THE MONTH NOMINATION Please take a moment to nominate the physician that Wows you! Nominations should be based on criteria such as consistent quality, attitude, professionalism, compassion, and going above and beyond what is reasonably expected. Lee Health wants to recognize physicians who exemplify these qualities of excellence. Physicians Name: ______________________________________________________________ Specialty: _____________________________________________________________________ Reason for Nomination: __________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Name (optional):________________________________________________________________ *Dept/Area:____________________________________________________________________ *Your Facility/Location:__________________________________________________________ *Award presentations are customarily scheduled in the unit where the most nominations are received. Please fax nomination to 239-343-0487, e-mail to POM@leehealth.org or interoffice mail to Medical Staff Services @GCMC. mailto:POM@leehealth.org Medical Staff Matters Has your email address changed for your home or office? Please email Kim Coombs at Kim.Coombs@leehealth.org or call her at 239-343-2142 with your new email address Please submit any future Medical Staff Matters Newsletter Articles to: Yolene Derissaint, CPCS via e-mail at Yolene.Derissaint@LeeHealth.org