Dr Michael Hilton is a public health expert with a master’s degree in public health and a certificate in disaster preparedness from the University of Pittsburgh. He has also completed his medical degree at the University of Pittsburgh. As a consultant, Michael works with NYC Therapeutics as an advisor on the business plan, marketing strategy, and operational structure for this early-stage start-up.
Dr Michael Hilton has designed an operational playbook for the firm and the company’s original creator. This playbook tackles staffing models and budgets, standard operating procedures and policies, inventory and space needs, and regulatory compliance in human resources, patient privacy, patient safety, and laboratory services. He also used to work as an assistant medical doctor at Sollis Health.
Saving Lives And Giving Care
Doctors specializing in emergency medicine (EMD) provide urgent treatment to patients in settings including hospitals and urgent care clinics. These experts are trained to provide advanced life support, treat trauma patients, and handle various other emergencies. Doctors who specialize in emergency care must be able to think quickly on their feet and confidently direct a group of other medical experts while under tremendous pressure.
Some of the benefits of being an EMD are as follows:
• Treat a wide range of patients. EMDs treat many people, from infants to the elderly, from the gravely sick to the anxiously well, and from pregnant women to those with mental health issues. This means that individuals from all walks of life will be represented.
• Have some leeway in your timetable. It is common for EMDs to work shifts of 8-12 hours, followed by days off. Since most EMD clinics don’t need their doctors to do on-call shifts, their doctors have more free time to pursue personal hobbies.
• If you work in emergency medicine, you should get a salary commensurate with your qualifications.