Bloodless Patients:

"Moving Beyond Covid-19"

This all new seminar will provide information to those for whom blood is not an option by our five guest speakers below.

July 29, 2023
6:00PM EST

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All who register will be sent information for watching the seminar via email or text message.

OUR GUEST SPEAKERS FOR THIS PROGRAM

Hillary Cohen, MD, MPH

Hillary Cohen, MD, MPH, is Senior Vice President of Medical Affairs and past Chief of Emergency Medicine at Englewood Hospital.
Dr. Cohen is board certified in emergency medicine and specializes in diagnosing and treating injuries and illnesses requiring immediate attention. Dr. Cohen’s research has appeared in numerous peer-reviewed publications, and she has authored several books, book chapters, and newsletters. She has lectured nationally and internationally on world health issues.
Dr. Cohen has served on projects in numerous regions abroad to deliver direct clinical care and participates in broader public health initiatives and continues to serve as a consultant on international projects with the World Health Organization (WHO).
Her main areas of interest include emergency medicine, global health issues, sepsis management, pre-hospital medicine, and emergency ultrasound.
Dr. Cohen received her medical degree at the University of Michigan Medical School. She performed her residency in Emergency Medicine at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, and a Fellowship in Global Health at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York.

Alicia Skarimbas, MD

Alicia Skarimbas is a Family Medicine physician in Englewood, New Jersey. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians and an Associate Professor of Family Medicine at Georgetown Medical School. Dr Skarimbas is also the Medical Director of Lifesource Hospice and is a Certified Medical Director by the American Medical Directors Association, as well as a Certified Hospice Director.
Dr. Skarimbas attended Barnard College where she was the recipient of the Janeway Prize. She completed a Post-Baccalaureate at Vassar College and attended the University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine, where she graduated with honors in Family Medicine. During her residency at Overlook Hospital in Summit New Jersey, she specialized in geriatrics and hospice care.
Dr. Skarimbas is a partner in Englewood Primary Care, which provides comprehensive primary care in numerous settings, including the office, hospital, home, nursing home, and assisted living settings. She is on staff at Englewood Hospital and has been a member of the Bloodless Institute for many years. She also serves on the Professional Practice Evaluation Committee.