Wednesday, May 28, 2008 - North Broward Medical Center Announces Physician Leaders

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Deerfield Beach, FL – Broward Health North Broward Medical Center recently installed their newly elected physician leaders, who play an instrumental role in the success of the hospital.

In the Department of Medicine, Marc Aueron, M.D., cardiology/internal medicine, will serve as Chairman of Medicine; Fernando Quintero, M.D., nephrology, was installed as Vice Chairman of Medicine; and Narendra Maheshwari, M.D., internal medicine, assumes the role of Secretary.

Randy Kimmelman, D.O., general surgery, will serve as Chairman of Surgery; Khalil Burshan, M.D., general and trauma surgery was installed as Vice Chairman of Surgery and Ted Carson, M.D., cardiothoracic surgery, is the new Secretary of the Department of Surgery.

These newly elected officers join current physician leaders Joel Silverman, D.O., FACP, internal medicine, who serves as Chief of Staff at NBMC; Paul Rondino, M.D., FACC, cardiology, Vice Chief of Staff; Randy Kimmelman, D.O., general surgery, is Secretary/Treasurer; and Gary Lehr, M.D., FACS, general surgery, is recognized as Immediate Past Chief of Staff.

“Congratulations to our current and newly elected physician leaders,” said Pauline Grant, CEO of North Broward Medical Center. “Our physicians are the heart of North Broward Medical Center and the reason that Broward Health is recognized nationally for excellence in healthcare.”

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