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Alcohol: How Much is Too Much? The Risks, Warning Signs & Resources for Help

A common misconception about alcoholism is that if the individual goes to work, they’re not alcoholics. But Dr. Martin Buxton, the chief of psychiatry at Chippenham & Johnston-Willis Hospitals, an affiliate of HCA, begs to differ. “You can still be an alcoholic and get to work,” he says, “but ultimately, it’s going to catch up…
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Doctors’ Day: Lessons in Leadership from Dr. Mike Cuffe

“Being a physician means being a servant first.”  Dr. Michael Cuffe, president of HCA’s Physician Services Group (PSG), said. And, he would know. Dr. Cuffe, the MIT-educated and Duke University-trained physician, leads a community of 11,000 physicians in PSG, who serve nine million patients annually. We caught up with the Milwaukee, Wisconsin native to talk…
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Discover Career Possibilities & Opportunities at the ACHE Congress

Every year healthcare executives across the world convene in Chicago to attend the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Congress on Healthcare Leadership. The theme for the March 27th through 30th Congressional sessions is “Discovering Possibilities and Opportunities” – an ideal occasion for our executive recruitment team to talk about the many opportunities available at…
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March Matchness: What HCA Residency Programs Have to Offer

Residency. It’s exciting. It’s demanding. It’s eye opening. And after years of medical school, where textbooks and medical actors rule, it’s where newly minted doctors begin to treat real patients in a real-world environment. It’s Match Day. I believe most residency programs in the United States expose their students to the real-world atmosphere. What makes…
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