Emergency medicine borders a field of practice in medicine based on the right knowledge and skills required to administer prevention, diagnosis alongside the management of acute and urgent types of illnesses, injuries and infections affecting patients. All too often, this type of medicine is practiced on the basis of providing treatment options to all age groups. Moreover, this type of medicine covers undifferentiated physical as well as behavioral disorders. For an individual to qualify as an emergency medicine practitioner, he or she must acquire the relevant course and earn a certification to practice. Such is the career journey of Dr. Eric Forsthoefel.
The Life and Times
Having received his degree from the prestigious University of Louisville School of Medicine, he has been practicing for about ten years and is one of the top 26 emergency doctors in Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare.
Roles and Duties
Forsthoefel majors in the treatment of conditions in need of urgent attention alongside being extremely critical and life-threatening. Some of the health issues he vastly addresses include general medicine like trauma, fractures, cardiac distress, cuts, and acute illnesses in general.
Forsthoefel has major responsibilities in different capacities. For starters, he is a medicine expert who sits in different boards including; The American Board of Emergency Medicine. He is also certified via the LA State Medical License and has an approval from the FL State Medical License. Through the board of certification, Dr. Forsthoefel has earned the approval of different medical practitioners in the public sector. Therefore, it is right to deduce that he is well-versed with the major training sessions that contribute to the ethics and necessary training required to administer emergency medicine.
For the past six years, Dr. Forsthoefel has garnered vast experience from different platforms including handling emergency cases. Basically, he is trained to invent life-saving verdicts made to save patient’s lives. Furthermore, he analyses patients in advance thereby determining if they are in perfect shape to earn a discharge. Supposing a patient is not stable to be discharged, he can refer them to a different physician.