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Nation’s Premier Ear, Nose, Throat, and Allergy Practice Acquires Existing Offices in Both Bay Shore and Smithtown, Reconfigures Existing Locations to Best Serve Patient Needs Tarrytown,
With growing demand of MBBS admissions in the country, Hike-Kit.com brings out direct medical college admission assistance in India. Delhi, Delhi (PRWEB) August
ENTA announces another superb addition to its Poughkeepsie office. Beginning October 1st, veteran Otolaryngologist Mark D.
Dr. Anthony N. LaBruna MD, a Board Certified New York, NY physician specializing in Plastic Surgery, has been selected by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.
Nation’s Premier Ear, Nose, Throat, and Allergy Practice Welcomes Central Jersey Otolaryngology to the Team, Opens 41st Office Tarrytown, NY (PRWEB) February
ENTA announced a merger with the well-known and well respected Hudson Valley Ear, Nose and Throat practice, effective October 1st, 2013. Tarrytown, NY (PRWEB)
Leading provider of audio CME introduces new titles in Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Otolaryngology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, and Urology. Glendale, CA (PRWEB) April 22, 2011 Audio-Digest Foundation announced today 17 new issues of Continuing Medical Education (CME) audio programs covering 15 medical specialties including Anesthesiology,...
By Parvesh Sharma Patiala: In spite of the fact that crime against humanity are on the rise and medical investigations of assault, poisoning cases, or unnatural deaths need services of forensic medicine experts, more than 90% medico-legal cases in the state are being dealt by doctors, who are not forensic medicine experts.
By The Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) - Only 2 percent of graduating medical students say they plan to work in primary care internal medicine, raising worries about a looming shortage of the first-stop doctors who used to be the backbone of the American medical system.The results of a new survey being published today suggest more medical students, many of them saddled with debt, are opting for more lucrative specialties.The survey of nearly 1,200 fourth-year students found just 2 percent...