Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, April 1st, 2005
The fellowship, a program for doctors who have completed a 4-year residency after medical school, lost accreditation because the two participants have not been able to get in enough operations during their 2 years, Larry Hollier, MD, said.
It's not lack of patients that caused the operation shortfall. The problem is that the budget cuts forced Charity Hospital, LSU's principal training hospital, to close nine operating rooms last year, he said.
"We often don't...
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