Dating an er doctor
Trauma surgeons, however, follow the patients for a longer period, right through to rehabilitation and discharge, Dr. I don't know if I'll ever get used to saying that, but I admit, I like it.After residency, Dave was offered a job here on Oahu as a Hospitalist almost ten years ago. As a physician, Dave's greatest qualities are put to use: his intelligence, his compassion and his ability to stay cool under pressure. He will know someone for years, and avoid bringing up the topic of his profession.He doesn't want people to assume things, or be awkward in any way. But over time, I have been surprised, and slightly entertained, as people have admitted to me their assumptions about doctors, or what it is like to be married to one.They both respond to emergency situations, but what is the difference between trauma surgeons vs. Brant Putnam, MD, a trauma surgeon for the past 15 years, Professor of Surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and Chief of the Division of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, explains.
Two major players in the ER are the trauma surgeons and the emergency room doctors, also known as emergency medical specialists. A friend told me I am suffering from transference, but I don't think so. He would sit in my room and chat about non-medical things.I also notice his voice gets very soft and higher pitched when he is up close."They're going to be able to take care of patients who come in with the early stages of a heart attack or stroke, or a patient who has been injured after a trauma," he explains.For example, ER doctors may intubate a patient, start blood transfusions and order testing — all while assessing the patient and making decisions about their care.