\u2022 Provide clinical management of both benign and malignant patients in the outpatient setting \u2022 Scheduled clinics will be 3 half days and will include in person clinic visits. Clinics will include pre-op and post op care; communication with other healthcare professionals; prescribes medications; documents in EPIC \u2022 Reviews outside records, completes full H&P\u2019s, orders appropriate diagnostic studies and coordinates with both inside and outside facilities. \u2022 Provides same day response to medical advice and coordinates patient care, directly or in consultation with physician faculty. Ability to recognize emergent or urgent situations and acting immediately. \u2022 Assures a coordinated, effective, high quality and efficient care process \u2022 Supports an interdisciplinary team approach in the care of the patient \u2022 Collaborates in education with residents, fellows, and medical students related to benign and malignant foregut surgery and care. Will be a valued member of foregut service conferences and meetings. \u2022 Provides complex decision making support to the General Surgery RN\u2019s \u2022 Process referrals of patients referred to the DHC for cytoreductive surgery (CRS) and Heated Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC). This person will be responsible for the execution of the preoperative work up and of the surveillance as set by the multidisciplinary tumor board. \u2022 Attend the GI malignancies tumor board.
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