|Anaesthesia||51 Department Members||2 Divisions|
|Emergency Medicine||46 Department Members|
|Family Medicine||235 Department Members||4 Divisions|
|Medicine||231 Department Members||16 Divisions|
|Midwifery||39 Department Members|
|Obstetrics and Gynecology||18 Department Members|
|Opthamology||24 Department Members|
|Orthopaedics||9 Department Members|
|Pathology & Laboratory Medicine||30 Department Members|
|Pediatrics||8 Department Members||1 Division|
|Psychiatry||67 Department Members||3 Divisions|
|Radiology||28 Department Members||1 Division|
|Surgery||69 Department Members||7 Divisions|
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Medical Staff Departments and Divisions Department Heads and Division Heads are responsible for Medical Staff professional practice and academic affairs (i.e. they focus on the practitioner).
Physician Program Directors (PPDs) and Physician Operations Leaders (POLs) focus on patients and residents and the processes of care delivery to those served by the Program. Both Department Heads and PPDs sit on the PHC Medical Advisory Committee (MAC).
To see contact information for our Department and Divisions heads, click here >
The Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) and its four committees is the Senior Medical Administrative body for all Medical Staff and reports to the PHC Board of Directors. More about MAC. >
The Medical Staff Association (MSA) is the elected body of the Medical Staff (appointed physicians, dentists and midwives) and provides services on your behalf and for your benefit. More about your MSA. >
The PHC Physicians and Surgeons Association is a non-profit society that manages Facility Engagement funding and activities for physician-led projects. As part of the MSA, PASS is working to strengthen the physician community and voice in PHC. More about PASS >
The PHC Medical Affairs team supports medical staff for a range of needs, from contract management and compensation to professional and personal development. More about Medical Affairs >