Anesthesiologists provide the full range of anesthetic services for all
surgical specialties. Anesthetic causes the loss of sensation with or
without the loss of consciousness.
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Diagnosing and treating disease through the removal of breast tissue.
Examples of breast surgery include biopsy, lumpectomy and mastectomy.
Cardiologists diagnose and treat heart disease.
Dentists specialize in the care and treatment of the teeth and gums.
Dermatologists provide consultation, management and surgical treatment
for disorders of the skin, hair and nails, including severe acne, psoriasis,
hair loss, infections and benign and malignant skin tumors.
Emergency Medicine serves patients with unexpected medical and surgical
problems, ranging from critical care to the treatment of minor injuries.
A family physician is a doctor who does not limit his or her practice
to a specific field of medicine or a particular age group. Family physicians
provide personal, comprehensive health care.
Gastroenterologists evaluate and treat diseases of the esophagus, stomach,
intestines, pancreas and liver.
General surgeons provide a full range of services, including surgery of
the endocrine system, gastrointestinal tract, breast tumors, hernias and
various cancers. They provide these services on both an inpatient and
Gynecologists provide health care to women of all ages, especially the
diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the female reproductive
organs. Atlantic General Hospital does not provide obstetrics care (the
care of women during pregnancy and childbirth), though some providers
listed here may.
Hematologists practice the diagnosis and treatment of blood diseases.
Oncologists practice the diagnosis and treatment of cancers.
Hospitalists are physicians who care primarily for patients in a hospital
setting. The hospitalist may confer with your primary care provider or
specialist, and may refer you to a different physician for follow-up care
An infectious disease specialist is an internal medicine physician who
completes additional training in infectious disease prevention and treatment.
Infectious diseases are illnesses that are passed from person to person,
as opposed to being contracted genetically or environmentally. One of
the most common examples of infectious diseases is influenza (flu). Infectious
diseases also include sexually transmitted diseases (STD) such as HIV/AIDS.
Internal medicine physicians diagnose and treat all general and medical
problems in adult patients.
A physician who specializes in the medical treatment of cancer.
A nephrologist provides nonsurgical diagnosis and treatment of diseases
of the kidneys.
Neurologists provide diagnosis and treatment of the nervous system.
Ophthalmologists provide care for disorders of the eye, including the
diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the eye and general medicine eye
examinations to prescribe glasses or contact lenses.
Oral and maxillofacial surgery is the specialty of dentistry which includes
the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries involving the function
and esthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissues of the oral and maxillofacial regions.
Orthopedic surgeons provide consultation, diagnosis and treatment of diseases
and injuries of the bones, joints and musculoskeletal system. This includes
arthroscopic surgery, repair of fractured bones, total joint replacements
and the evaluation and surgery of the spine.
Otolaryngologist - also known as ear, nose and throat doctors- provide
diagnosis and treatment of problems with the ears nasal passages, mouth,
tongue, larynx, and esophagus.
Pain Management is the use of surgical and medical treatments used to
control or eliminate acute or chronic pain resulting from a physical injury
or other medical condition.
Pathologists practice chiefly in a clinical laboratory setting as a consultant
to other physicians, where they test specimens in order to assist in identifying
disease, determining its cause and monitoring its treatment.
Pediatric cardiologists diagnose and treat diseases and disorders of the
heart and blood vessels in children.
Pediatricians work with all aspects of a child's health.
Physiatry (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation also known as rehabilitation medicine
or physiatry, deals with diagnosing, evaluating and treating patients
with problems involving their musculoskeletal, neurologic, cardiovascular
or other body systems.
Plastic surgeons provide plastic and reconstructive surgery to correct
congenital, traumatic and cancer-related defects.
Podiatrists provide medical and surgical treatment of disorders of the
foot and ankle.
A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who specializes in preventing, diagnosing,
and treating mental illness.
Psychologists diagnose and treat psychological problems, emotional conditions
or mental conditions.
Pulmonologists diagnose and treat disease of the lungs, including pneumonia,
bronchitis, asthma, emphysema and lung cancer.
Radiation oncologists treat cancer through the use of radiation-emitting
machines such as linear accelerators.
Radiologists diagnose and treat disease through the use of various imaging
and treatment modalities, including X-ray, nuclear medicine scanning,
ultrasound, CAT scanning, mammography, angiographic studies and MRI.
Radiologic technicians (and technologists) take x-rays and administer
nonradioactive materials into patients’ bloodstreams for diagnostic
purposes. The results are then read by a radiologist.
Rheumatologists diagnose and manage rheumatic diseases and various forms
Telemedicine Providers – ICU
Telemedicine providers closely watch patient conditions 24/7 remotely,
through video and audio technology combined with intelligent monitoring,
sensors and alarm systems.
Urgent Care physicians provide immediate medical service offering outpatient
care for the treatment of acute and chronic illness and injury.
Urologists diagnose and treat disorders of the urinary tract and provide
treatment of urinary tract stones.
Wound Care physicians offer specialized treatment for problem wounds.