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Dr. Howard Levine Elected President of the Medical Staff at Bayonne Medical Center
Date:7/22/2014

Bayonne, NJ (PRWEB) July 22, 2014

CarePoint Health is pleased to announce that Dr. Howard Levine has been recently elected as the President of the medical staff at Bayonne Medical Center. The election marks the 5th time Dr. Levine will serve as President, as voted on by the physicians on staff. The office of President represents the interests of the medical staff in relation to the administration at Bayonne Medical Center. Dr. Levine is responsible to address the needs of physicians and to work to make the Medical Center the best it can be to serve patients and their families. The entire CarePoint Health organization congratulates Dr. Levine and wishes him success in his endeavors.

Dr, Levine reflected on his election by dedicating himself to the task of continuing his important work: “This is a job I know well and I enjoy. As president, I hope to be able to create an atmosphere of mutual cooperation and fluid communication between the medical personnel and the administration to best serve the Bayonne population.”

Dr. Levine graduated from Kisksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1987 and completed his family practice residency at UMDNJ. He become board certified in family medicine in 1990 and received a certification of added qualification in geriatrics in 1995. He serves as a regional dean for AT Still University. Dr. Levine maintains two busy offices, one in Bayonne and one in Jersey City and is committed to serving the health care needs of patients and families throughout Hudson County. An important part of his practice is performing house calls for the elderly; Dr. Levine visits over 1000 patients in their homes each year.

For more information about Dr. Levine and his position as President, contact:
Allyson Miller
CarePoint Health
Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations
Phone: 201-858-5297
Fax: 973-646-5563
Email: AMiller(at)bayonnemedicalcenter(dot)org

About CarePoint Health:
CarePoint Health brings quality, patient-focused health care to Hudson County. Combining the resources of three area hospitals - Bayonne Medical Center, Christ Hospital in Jersey City, and Hoboken University Medical Center - CarePoint Health provides a new approach to deliver health care that puts the patient front and center. We leverage a network of top doctors, nurses and other medical professionals whose expertise and attentiveness work together to provide complete coordination of care, from the doctor’s office to the hospital to the home. Patients benefit from the expertise and capabilities of a broad network of leading specialists and specialized technology. And at CarePoint Health, all of our medical professionals emphasize preventive medicine and focus on educating patients to make healthy life choices. For more information on our facilities, partners and services, visit our website, http://www.carepointhealth.org.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12037075.htm.


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