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Delphi Healthcare Parners Announces New General Surgery Hospitalist Program with CarolinaEast Health System in New Bern, North Carolina
Date:3/11/2010

Delphi Healthcare Partners, Inc. has begun a second partnership for Hospitalist services with CarolinaEast Health System. Orthopedic Hospitalist services began in July, 2009 at CarolinaEast, with General Surgery Hospitalist services added earlier this year.

Morrisville, NC (PRWEB) March 11, 2010 -- Delphi Healthcare Partners, Inc. (www.delphihp.com) announced today its partnership with CarolinaEast Health System for General Surgery Hospitalist services. This marks the second partnership between Delphi and CarolinaEast in the past seven months.

In July of last year, Delphi began providing Orthopedic Hospitalist services to the coastal North Carolina region. With this new phase in their partnership, Delphi will provide CarolinaEast with dedicated, full-time Surgicalists to complement their Emergency Department capabilities and supplement and support the area's private General Surgeons. By adopting this innovative new model, local General Surgeons will be able to focus more time on their private patients. Delphi provided Surgicalists will offer a more effective level of care for the growing number of Coastal Carolina residents in need of emergent surgical care.

“We are excited to add the surgical component to this expanding and effective approach to providing quality surgical care to our region," said Ray Leggett, President and CEO of CarolinaEast Health System. "This is truly a win, win, win situation. Most importantly, our patients’ needs will be met in a very timely manner. Additionally, it is very positive from an effective practice and delivery management standpoint for both our private General Surgery physicians and our Health System."

Delphi's Vice President of Business Development, Charles Neal, said Delphi's expertise lies in establishing and managing
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