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Bleeding Out: Dallas-Fort Worth lags behind other Texas cities in early blood transfusion care. But that’s changingopens in new window
Dr. Mark Gamber, an Envision emergency medicine physician, shared his experience treating patients' blood loss with Plano’s trauma hospitals, which received the city’s most severely injured patients.
01
Dec
2023
interactives.dallasnews.com
'Flying Under the Radar’: Houston Area Doctors Seeing Uptick in COVID Casesopens in new window
Dr. Michael White, an emergency medicine specialist for Envision, says he has treated babies and people up to 80-years-old for COVID in the last few weeks. Dr. White says most of his patients displayed flu-like symptoms, and none of them were admitted to the hospital.
06
Sep
2023
click2houston.com
Partnership Between Plano Fire-Rescue and Medical City Plano Credited for Saving Man's Lifeopens in new window
Dr. Mark Gamber, Medical Director, Virtual Emergency Services, was featured in an NBC DFW segment about the story of a 51-year-old cardiac arrest patient, and to highlight the partnership between EMS and Medical City Healthcare in Plano.
28
Aug
2023
nbcdfw.com
Roger Duncan III, MD, Receives FMA's Highest Awardopens in new window
Envision anesthesiologist Roger Duncan III received the 2023 Florida Medical Association Award of Distinguished Service.
10
Aug
2023
southfloridahospitalnews.com
Physician mental health and well-being with Stefanie Simmons, MDopens in new window
Dr. Stefanie Simmons, Vice President of Clinician Engagement at Envision, sat down with AMA Update podcast to speak on how burnout is plaguing physicians.
19
Jul
2023
ama-assn.org
A Day in the Life: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetistopens in new window
Envision's Northeast Director, Keesha Duncan, has a wealth of knowledge to give aspiring Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs). In her interview with Daily Nurse, Keesha provided a glimpse of a day in a CRNA's life and what it took to start her career.
17
Jul
2023
dailynurse.com
ER Doctors Weigh in on What Extreme Heat Does to the Bodyopens in new window
The human body isn’t built to function at 118 degrees Fahrenheit. Yet, that’s the life-threatening temperature expected in Arizona this weekend, coming on top of weeks of brutal heat. Envision Physicians Dr. Aneesh Narang and Dr. Amy Axberg talk about the care their teams have been providing patients.
14
Jul
2023
nbcnews.com
Lake Houston-Area Cooling Centers Open as Temperatures Near Triple Digitsopens in new window
Envision emergency medicine physician Dr. Nichole Andrews shares advice on preparing for hot weather, how people can get their bodies ready and the importance of staying hydrated.
14
Jun
2023
houstonchronicle.com
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard paramedic has stroke at 37. Here's what saved him.opens in new window
Envision Regional Medical Director Dr. Trevor Eide treated an unusual stroke symptom of a 37-year-old paramedic. He woke up and could not utter a single word. Here's how he was saved.
12
Jun
2023
seacoastonline.com
Air Quality Index (AQI) Concerns: How To Stay Safe Amid Dangerous Conditions, According To Expertsopens in new window
“Right now we need to establish a modicum of precaution,” says Harry Kopolovich, M.D., an Envision emergency medicine physician and the regional chair of emergency medicine for the Southern Division of Hackensack Meridian Health in New Jersey. “A lot of health entities are starting to recommend the resurgence of N95 masks, and I think it may not be a bad idea, especially if your occupation involves outdoor prolonged exposure.”
09
Jun
2023
forbes.com
Improving mental health of clinicians: Change the questions, focus on peopleopens in new window
Vice President of Patient and Clinician Engagement, Stefanie Simmons, MD, FACEP, spoke with Chief Healthcare Executive about the importance of encouraging and supporting clinicians.
11
Apr
2023
chiefhealthcareexecutive.com
You don’t solve the physician shortage by cutting their payopens in new window
Envision Healthcare CEO Jim Rechtin wrote a piece in the Tennessean on the urgent need to hold health plans accountable to the spirit of the No Surprises Act, instead of being allowed to weaponize out-of-network status and underpay clinicians.
03
Mar
2023
tennessean.com
Being Honest About Needing Care Brings Systemic, Supportive Changesopens in new window
As an emergency medicine resident, Stefanie Simmons, MD, did not plan on experiencing post-partum depression following the birth of her second child. But she also did not seek care—a decision that, to this day, she attributes to the harmful belief that physicians should power through any and all obstacles because physicians are supposed to be immune from personal crises.
24
Feb
2023
ama-assn.org
Kansas National Guard Veteran Values Service in Country That Welcomed Him as Refugeeopens in new window
In addition to his service as a medical professional, Envision Physician Assistant (PA) Col. Gleb Gluhovsky has completed several military deployments and volunteered for multiple missions throughout Kansas.
11
Nov
2022
kansasreflector.com
Tripledemic puts U.S. hospitals in ‘crisis mode’opens in new window
Many U.S. hospitals are now out of pediatric ER beds due to a dangerous viral tripledemic: the flu, coronavirus, and RSV. Envision physician, Dr. Rick Place, a Pediatric Medical Director, spoke with NBC News on how hospitals locally and nationally are filling up with sick children
25
Oct
2022
nbcnews.com
A Kingwood Hospital Treats the Most Snakebites in the US, Report Shows. It's this Doctor's Passionopens in new window
Envision physician Spencer Greene, MD, the director of toxicology at HCA Kingwood and clinical professor at the University of Houston College of Medicine, treats more snakebites than any other doctor in the country.
19
Oct
2022
houstonchronicle.com
Mom Reunites With 3 Kids After Spending More Than 1 Year Hospitalized With COVID-19opens in new window
Envision Medical Director Dr. Utkal Patel cared for the mother saying, “I think it was probably 100-plus days on the ECMO when she started waking up and doing a lot better and each day slowly got better."
19
Aug
2022
abcnews.go.com
Healthcare Technology is Transforming the Industryopens in new window
“With the help of technology, we are helping patients access the most appropriate care when and where they need it most,” said Branden Wilson, Envision’s National Director of ET3 Virtual Health Operations.
16
Aug
2022
healthtechmagazines.com
Why doctors and other health care workers are staying vigilant in COVID fightopens in new window
Jim Rechtin is the chief executive officer of Envision Healthcare, a national medical group headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, with 25,000 physicians and advanced practice providers on the frontline of the fight against COVID-19.
16
Aug
2022
tennessean.com
CPR Can Save Someone’s Lifeopens in new window
Envision emergency physician Dr. Latha Ganti talks about the importance of learning CPR and how anyone can help save someone’s life in an emergency.
08
Aug
2022
wfla.com
Nearly 1,000 Displaced by Hurricane Ida Find a Home in Alexandria Mega-Shelteropens in new window
“We work hard to bring back the human element in folks’ lives,” said Envision emergency physician Dr. Kevin McGann about caring for Hurricane Ida evacuees.
03
Sep
2021
theadvocate.com