1 hour Audio and Power Point Presentation
Recorded April 29, 2015
Tracey Davidoff, MD, Attending Physician
Dr. Tracey Davidoff earned her B.S. in Biology from Seton Hall University, and her M.D. from St. Georges University. She completed a residency in Internal Medicine at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Paterson, NJ. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine. Dr. Davidoff was employed as an emergency physician for almost 20 years and has worked in several hospital emergency departments in the Rochester area. She has held faculty positions at the University of Rochester School of Medicine, and Rochester Institute of Technology, Damon College, and LeMoyne College Physician Assistant programs. She left Emergency Medicine in 2008 to begin working in Urgent Care. After working in several Rochester area Urgent Care Centers, she finally settled in Accelcare in early 2010. Dr. Davidoff is a member of the Urgent Care Association of America, and is on the Document Oversight Committee. She is a Board Member of the Urgent Care College of Physicians, where she also serves on the education committee and the fellowship committee. She is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Urgent Care Medicine, and has published multiple review articles and case reports in the Journal. She has lectured locally and nationally on urgent care topics and is considered an expert in the field of Urgent Care Medicine.
Joseph Toscano, MD, Urgent Care Physician
Joseph Toscano, MD received his medical degree from Duke University School of Medicine in 1989 and trained in internal medicine at the Naval Hospital in San Diego. He has worked in the areas of emergency medicine and urgent care for over twenty years. He has been an attending emergency physician at San Ramon Regional Medical Center in San Ramon, California since 1999 and has been Chairman of the department since 2013. Dr. Toscano has worked in Urgent Care since 2005 and was previously a partner and corporate medical director for Pinnacle Urgent Care and a staff urgent care physician with the Palo Alto Medical Foundation. In addition to caring for patients, he is senior research editor for Emergency Medicine Practice, a monthly, evidence-based, emergency medicine CME publication. He is a member of the editorial boards for the journals, Emergency Medicine and the Journal of Urgent Care Medicine, and develops and reviews continuing medical education material in urgent care and emergency medicine for a variety of other publications and organizations. He has been an active member of the Urgent Care Association of America since 2005 and has presented clinical topics at several UCAOA conferences and conventions. He is a founding board member of both the Urgent Care College of Physicians (UCCOP) and the Board of Certification in Urgent Care Medicine (BCUCM).
Sean McNeeley, MD, Medical Director
Sean McNeeley, MD received his medical degree from the former Medical College of Ohio in Toledo. He completed his medical training at the Fairview General/Cleveland Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program. A Board Certified Family Physician he has worked urgent care in some capacity since obtaining his medical license in 1997. Dr. McNeeley is currently the Medical Director for University Hospitals Urgent Care Network home of UCAOA’s first urgent care fellowship program. He has been teaching fellows, residents, medical and other healthcare related students his entire career. Dr. McNeeley is a board member of UCAOA, the Urgent Care College of Physicians (UCCOP) and the Board of Certification of Urgent Care Medicine (BCUCM). He also sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Urgent Care Medicine.
Jasmeet Singh Bhogal, MD, Medical Director
Dr. Jasmeet Singh Bhogal, MD currenlty serves as the Medica Director for VirtuaExpress Urgent Care, as part of the Virtua Health System in South Jersey. Dr. Bhogal earned his degree in MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) from Christian Medical College, Punjab, India in 2004. Dr. Bhogal completed his residency in Family Medicine at the University of Medicine and Dentistry, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Family Medicine Program at Capital health system in Trenton, New Jersey in 2009. Immediately after his residency, Dr. Bhogal entered an Urgent Care Fellowship at University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio. After completing his fellowship, Dr. Bhogal joined as the Medical Director for Urgent Care at Lancaster General Health System in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 2010. In April 2014, he became the Medical Director for VirtuaExpress Urgent Care network in South Jersey. In 2014, Dr. Bhogal was also appointed as the UCAOA National Fellowship Director for Urgent Care Fellowships. In this role, he focuses on increasing awareness for the advanced training of providers nationwide in urgent care. He also works with current residency programs to develop urgent care fellowships. He also serves as a trustee to the Urgent Care College of Physicians (UCCOP). In addition to this, Dr. Bhogal serves as the head of the Continuing Medical Education (CME) Committee within UCCOP. Dr. Bhogal has also authored the chapter on Laceration Repair and Wound Management in the Textbook of Urgent Care Medicine. He has presented several times at the UCAOA conference. His lectures include Wound Management and laceration repair, Headache, Medication Issues in Urgent Care, Use of Evidence Based Clinical Guidelines, and common orthopedic injuries in Weekend Warriors in Urgent Care. Dr. Bhogal is board certified in Family Medicine.
William Gluckman, DO, MBA, FACEP, President & CEO
William Gluckman is the owner of FastER Urgent Care in Morris Plains, NJ. He is residency trained and board certified in Emergency Medicine from Jacobi Medical Center, Bronx, NY and has served as an Assistant Professor of Surgery at UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ and as a core teaching faculty member for the division of Emergency Medicine from 2004-2007. He received his MBA in Marketing from Rutgers University School of Business. Dr. Gluckman is the Medical Director and Medical Team Manager of New Jersey's Urban Search and Rescue Team, NJ-TF1. He received the NJ Chapter of ACEP Educator of the year award in 2006. Dr. Gluckman lectures regionally and nationally on a variety of urgent care medicine topics, serves as the clinical content director for UCAOA, and the President of the Urgent Care College of Physicians, as well as serving on the editorial board of the Journal of Urgent Care Medicine. Disclosures: The above faculty had no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
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