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Dr Lane Rosen, Medical Director at Willis-Knighton Cancer Center commented, IBA is recognized as a company that listens to its customers.
Previous Willis-Knighton Administrator David Byrd, Dr.
McDonald Transplant Center, Willis-Knighton Health System in Shreveport.
Cassiere first proposed the computerized system, there was skepticism from some in administration and the information technology department at Willis-Knighton Health Systems, the health services provider he works with, regarding feasibility and patient acceptability of this process.
Cassiere first proposed the system, there was skepticism from some in administration and the information technology department at Willis-Knighton Health Systems, the health services provider he works with, about its feasibility and patient acceptability of the process.
Tiffany Miller, at 40 1/2 weeks gestation, presented at Willis-Knighton Medical Center with nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and coughing.
The drug database that is the keystone of the automated medication system at Willis-Knighton Medical Center in Shreveport, La.
Willis-Knighton Health System, an expansive four-hospital system in northwest Louisiana, with nearly 5,000 employees, is one of those hospitals.
Norwood, MD, Chief Department of Surgery, WK Hospital Health System, Shreveport; James Elrod, President, Willis-Knighton Hospital Health System, Shreveport; John Harlan Haynes III, MD, FABFP, MScMM (UT SWHSC), Med Alliance Health Center, Fort Worth, Tex; Jishnu Guha; and Indranil Guha.
The plaintiffs in the lawsuit include: The State of Louisiana; Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency; Louisiana State University School of Medicine at Shreveport; Louisiana State University School of Medicine at New Orleans; Alton Ochsner Medical Foundation d/b/a Ochsner Foundation Hospital; Ochsner Clinic; University Healthcare System, LLC d/b/a Tulane University Hospital and Clinic; The Board of Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund, d/b/a Tulane University School of Medicine; Willis-Knighton Medical Center; and Memorial Medical Center.
reviews why the Willis-Knighton Cancer Center sought to add proton therapy to its cancer care options.
Georgia Stephens, MSN, RN, patient care coordinator for staff development at Willis-Knighton Medical Center said, "This is going to be good for the nursing staff but even better for our patients .