Inpatient Medical Associates’ Maja Djordjevic, MD, Elected
President of Nyack Hospital’s Medical Staff
Maja Djordjevic, MD, has been elected president-elect of Nyack (N.Y.) Hospital’s medical staff. In this role, Dr. Djordjevic will help represent all of the physicians on staff at the hospital by working and collaborating with hospital administrators, nurses and board members to shape policies and procedures and advocate for her fellow physicians.
A member of the Inpatient Medical Associates hospital medicine practice, Dr. Djordjevic is medical director of the Pediatric Hospitalist Program at Nyack Hospital, and serves as the hospital’s director of the Department of Pediatrics. She is a member of multiple committees at Nyack Hospital, including the Medical Executive Committee and Performance Improvement Committee, and is a member of the Children’s Clinical Council of NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System.
Dr. Djordjevic’s two-year term as president of the medical staff will begin July 1, 2016.
Dr. Djordjevic received her medical degree from the University of Belgrade Medical School in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, and served as chief resident for the Department of Pediatrics with St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City. She is a board-certified pediatrician and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. In addition to her roles at the hospital, Dr. Djordjevic is an adjunct clinical assistant professor of pediatrics at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City.
Inpatient Medical Associates is a division of Emergency Medical Associates, Parsippany, N.J.
About Inpatient Medical Associates
Inpatient Medical Associates (IMA) specializes in adult and pediatric hospitalist medicine. Dedicated to providing exceptional solutions for the measurable success of our hospital partners, we are recognized for clinical excellence, quality service and sustained, improved patient satisfaction. For more information, visit http://www.imahospitalists.com, http://www.facebook.com/IMAHospitalists or https://twitter.com/imahospitalists.
MANINDER “DOLLY” ABRAHAM RECEIVES SENIOR FELLOW DESIGNATION
Maninder “Dolly” Abraham, MD, SFHM, has earned designation as a Senior Fellow in Hospital Medicine (SFHM) by the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM).
Designation requires an applicant to serve as a hospitalist and be a member of the Society of Hospital Medicine for at least five years. Applicants also must demonstrate their dedication to quality and process improvement and commitment to organizational teamwork, leadership and lifelong learning.
Dr. Abraham was inducted into the 2014 class of Senior Fellows at the Society of Hospital Medicine’s annual meeting in Las Vegas March 24-27, 2014.
Dr. Abraham is the section chief for the Division of Hospital Medicine at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, N.J. She is a member of multiple committees at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, including the House Staff Review Committee, Quality and Resource Management Committee, and Medical Executive Committee. Dr. Abraham received her medical degree from Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore University in Manipal, India. She is a fellow of the Academy of General Education and a member of the American College of Physicians.
About Inpatient Medical Associates
Inpatient Medical Associates (IMA) specializes in adult and pediatric hospitalist medicine. Dedicated to providing exceptional solutions for the measurable success of our hospital partners, we are recognized for clinical excellence, quality service and sustained, improved patient satisfaction. For more information, visit http://www.imahospitalists.com or www.twitter.com/IMAHospitalists.
About the Society for Hospital Medicine
Representing the fastest growing specialty in modern healthcare, the Society of Hospital Medicine is the leading medical society for more than 31,000 hospitalists and their patients. SHM is dedicated to promoting the highest quality of care for all hospitalized patients and overall excellence in the practice of hospital medicine through quality improvement, education, advocacy and research. Over the past decade, studies have shown that hospitalists decrease patients’ length of stay, reduce hospital costs and readmission rates, and increase patient satisfaction. For more information about SHM, visit www.hospitalmedicine.org.