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Being Chief of Neurosurgery: Reflections

Joseffer Suit Small Seth Joseffer MD, FACS

Some patients may not be aware that Dr. Joseffer is the Chief of Neurosurgery at the University Medical Center of Princeton. Here, he reflects on what it means to serve in this prestigious role.

 

It is an honor and privilege to lead neurosurgery at the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro. Our new hospital is a state of the art facility where we have cutting edge technology that allows me to perform micro-neurosurgery at the highest level.  It is important for us to have access to the best technology so that we can use our training and experience to provide high level care in the community.

My leadership position as chief of neurosurgery allows me to participate in performance improvement programs designed to ensure that patients at our hospital are getting the best quality care.  My position as a member of the medical executive committee also allows me to contribute to decision making that affects the overall function of the medical staff.  I am proud of the role I play in helping the hospital to provide great care.

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