Bangor Family Physicians Case Study Executive Summary & Stakeholders Bangor Family Physicians is a partner based medical group practice located in Maine. The practice consists of four family practice physicians, and a medical support staff. The medical support staff is made up of a practice manager, two receptionists, four nurses, two medical assistants, two billing clerks, and a laboratory technician. Additionally, Bangor Family Physicians employs a CPA to assist with taxes and financial advising. The key stakeholders are the four family physician partners, in which each physician holds an equal stake in the practice.
It seems logical that people go to college to earn a degree in the field of study they want to pursue. However, in some rare occasions this not always True. Dr. Cameron Gilbert is a case of a person who has done just that. Dr. Gilbert is currently an owner
Gary Baker is a non-SDA famer who has a total of 57 years farming on his own. According to FLP staff, the applicant has a current FSA-902 and is reporting farming activity consistently with FLP application. He was born and raised on a family farm and has farmed the majority if not all his life. He started his own farming operation in 1961 after working for his father for multiple years. His major enterprise is Soybeans and Tobacco. This year he projects to plant 225 acres of soybeans and 70 acres of Flue-Cured Tobacco. The size of the operation is considered between small and medium being that it is 100 acres. All the farmland is large and is near to his headquarters. He does not work a non-farm income job currently. He does most of the work on his own but does
Mr. Revis continues to be in transition to move into the independent living home. I spoke at length with Stacy the Rainbow rehab case manager on 3/30/18. Mr. Revis continues to have inappropriate sexual contact with fellow patients. He is not picking up on cues to stop
Case Study 6.2: Michael Watson Michael Watson has a math degree and owned a business. He wanted to go to school part-time to become a teacher, but his business and family came first. Once he became bored with it he started to cooch the tennis team at Raddison High School and that in couraged him to become a teacher. He started taking classes at the college nearby, eventually, a math teacher became an assistant principal and he was able to get the teaching position.
Client Information Mr. Dennis Baker is a 43-year-old single, white male, born August 17th, 1941. He has never been married and currently resides in a single-family home in Westland, MI with his parents, Mary and Jerry Baker, who are his legal guardians. He is unemployed due to chronic epilepsy and receives disability payments through Social Security. His highest level of education is General Education Development (GED). Mr. Baker reported difficulty in school attendance due to seizures and necessary medical appointments.
Good afternoon Professor Phinazee per my conversation with Brandy today and expirence with Dr.Parrott last night I wanted clarafication on recieving an incompletle in the Alchool and Other Drugs class. Last night I reached out to Dr.Parrott about my low grade average (25) and possible recieving an incomplete in the class and he stated to me that I couldnt recieve an incomplete in the class because the work was physcally done and that I was failing the class. He told me my only option was to repeat the class next semester and he would be issusing an "F". After talking to Dr.Parrott lastnight during break I did not return back to class I was distraught. One assigment dropped my grade sinifcantly low! I emailed him the consent form and complted
The teacher observed on March 16th, 2016, was Mrs. Baker at Rockfield elementary school. The type of classroom that Mrs. Baker teaches is a resource room for firth grade students and one sixth grade student. Within the resource room, the teacher teaches a variety of children with disabilities. The types of disabilities are: Emotional Behavior Disorder(EBD), Learning Disability (LD, math), and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD).
Mr. Saunders is a 32 year old male who presented to the ED and referred for an mental health evaluation by Dr. Kieth due to SI with plan to take pain and sleep meditation to end his life. with a gun. Mr. Saunders stated "I feel really sick and I'm very paranoid". He reports SI from stressors in his life and the feeling of hopelessness. Mr. Saunders reported that he has not had a job in a year and a half due to his medical condition and issues with his family. He expressed that he self mutilate to control his thoughts and behaviors. He reports he has been burning himself with cigarettes and a lighter over the past few days, with multiple visible burn marks on his arms. He denies current HI, however admits to having thoughts in the past. He endorses
An Oklahoma dentist, Dr. W. Scott Harrington, is being accused of putting thousands of patients at risk. Scott Harrington has been licensed to practice dentistry in the state since the late 1970’s. Inspectors went to Harrington’s office after a patient with no known risk factors tested positive for
Dr. Fein is a 36-year-old individual, been and raised in New York on Long Island. The mother reported that she graduated from the Hebrew Academy of Nassau County in 1999. The mother stated upon completing high school, she continued her education and attended Queens College, graduating in 2003, with a degree in biology. Dr. Fein went on to attend Stoney Brook University graduating in 2017, with a master’s degree in molecular biology and a Ph. D. Dr. Fein reported that she is working at Cold Spring Harbor Press as an editor. Her current work schedule is from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and she lives five minutes from work. She indicated that she does not work evenings or weekends.
Dr. Martinson was a part of a private practice, I am pretty sure the colleagues were well acquainted with each other. Since it was unethical situation, and child abuse was involved, I felt he could have spoken to him on the matter. Due to the fact the other colleague was involved is misconduct ethics. I would think he could have approached him on the matter, just to hear his side of the story. This could enlightened the situation on how this could have occurred in the first. This could have helped other professionals in not having the same thing happen to them. I feel giving him an opportunity to voice his side. Ainnet I am only speaking of the facts, before any conclusion of the situation is determined. If there was child abuse, yes the
Hi Dr. Headley I can say that I actually have some interest in this subject. Experiences based on racial and ethnic stereotypes clearly can be salient and central to adolescent development (Broderick & Blewitt, 2015). I think it would be a good idea to educate the youth in a positive and well thought out way. If it is done in an educational setting it may allow for the teacher to produce healthy and meaningful conversations. It may also increase awareness and sensitivity to other races and cultures. I would hope it would create an understanding that would release any tension and reduce stereotypical behavior. I believe that at this stage of development it would be important for the youth to know that they can be proud of their heritage without
"Sgt. Martin had spent his entire adult life in the infantry and was not ready for release," the board of inquiry's summary states. He strongly identified with the Canadian Forces, the report adds. "Sgt. Martin was not emotionally ready to leave the Canadian Forces" (D'Aliesio, 2015). At adulthood, ones intentions is focused on satisfying personal and family needs, as well as contributing to society (Krause, Corts, Smith, & Dolderman, 2015). Sgt. Martin's society in particular was that of the Forces. Being deployed and terminated from what he had known his whole life, placed him in stagnation; failure to find a way to contribute. It left him feeling abandoned, disconnected, and uninvolved in the community that he called home.