In Commonwealth Magazine, CHP’s Chief Executive Officer Lia Spiliotes comments on the impact of a physician shortage on rural communities.
CHP Psychiatrist Dr. Leslie Fishbein traveled to Albany on Monday, June 24 for the “Medical Monday” radio call-in program with WAMC Program Host Ray Graf. During the hour-long program, callers had questions about everything from borderline personality disorder to electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) to psychiatric medications and addiction. With this link to the program, you can […]
Dr. Lisa Nelson, primary care physician at CHP’s Great Barrington Health Center, talked with Alan Chartock on WAMC’s “Medical Monday” program in early January. Dr. Nelson’s approach to medicine often begins with a look at lifestyle and its influence on health and wellness.
CHP’s chief medical officer responds to a columnist’s view of physician shortage issues, 1/16/19. In today’s health care environment, in nearly all medical settings and not just in rural areas, primary care medicine is increasingly provided by highly qualified nurse practitioners and physician assistants who work alongside physicians in a team setting. These non-physician professionals […]
CEO’s Chief Medical Officer was interviewed regarding mid-winter flu and respiratory illness, in The Berkshire Eagle, 1/17/19 The flu and RSV run similar cycles and tend to hit their peak in the mid- to late winter, Lamm said. But unlike the flu, there isn’t a vaccination to protect against RSV, which works its way through […]