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A BI-WEEKLY PUBLICATION FROM THE CEDARS-SINAI CHIEF OF STAFF Oct. 29, 2010 Issue | Archived Issues

Pharmacy Focus

Formulary review of asenapine (Saphris®) and several physician guidelines, including methotrexate for ectopic pregnancy, were among the items addressed by Cedars-Sinai’s Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee at its August 2010 meeting.

For more information, call Cedars-Sinai’s Drug Information Center at (310) 423-3784.

Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee August 2010


Physician News

Margie A. Morgan, Ph.D.

Rick B. Delamarter, M.D.

Hyun Bae, M.D.

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Meetings and Events

The Jewish World of Broadway
Nov. 4

The Great American Stickup
Nov. 5

Advances in Multi-Specialty Aesthetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery Symposium and Bernard G. Sarnat, M.D., Lectureship
Nov. 6-7

Run for Her
Nov. 14

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Mark Noah, M.D., Receives Chief of Staff Award

Mark Noah, M.D., does much more at Cedars-Sinai than run the medical center’s expansive resident training program.

During the past year, he has been a leader in two hospital-wide projects – the implementation of CS-Link™ and hand hygiene compliance.

Last week, Dr. Noah, the medical director of Graduate and Continuing Medical Education and director of Cedars-Sinai’s Medicine Residency Training Program, was honored for all his efforts.

He accepted the 2010 Chief of Staff Award at the Annual Meeting of the Medical Staff on Monday, Oct. 18.

“The Medical Executive Committee identified four major projects to focus on this year – and Mark tacked two of them,” said Chief of Staff Scott Karlan, M.D. ”We all owe Mark a debt of gratitude for representing the medical staff and taking a leading role in both the CS-Link and hand-hygiene projects.”

Friends and colleagues congratulate Dr. Noah, at left, on receiving the 2010 Chief of Staff Award.