For Physicians

The foundation of Emerson Hospital is its active medical staff — a team comprised of more than 300 doctors, including primary care physicians and specialists in nearly every medical and surgical field. Through this network of highly-skilled physicians, Emerson patients can be assured that they will receive expert, personalized care.


 

For potential new members of the medical staff

If you are a physician and are interested in practicing at Emerson, contact Diane Forte Willis, director of physician recruitment and relations, at 978-287-3002 or dfortewillis@emersonhosp.org.

Credentialing

Patient safety is of paramount importance to us at Emerson Hospital. Our credentials office serves as a gatekeeper for patient safety by ensuring that the physicians who deliver care here are fully qualified to do so.

Credentialing is the process used to evaluate and verify the qualifications and practice history of a doctor. This process includes reviewing a doctor's completed education, training, residency and licenses. It also includes any certifications issued by a board in the doctor's area of specialty — what’s referred to as board-certification.

The Emerson Hospital credentialing process adheres to the standards and guidelines set forth by:

  • The Joint Commission
  • The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine
  • The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid

For questions related to credentials, please call 978-287-3018, fax 978-287-3122 or send an email to credentials_office@emersonhosp.org

Information for our Medical Staff

If you have questions about medical staff activities and meetings, please contact the medical staff office at 978-287-3017 or JDascoli@emersonhosp.org.

The Emerson Medical Staff Library is located on the third floor of the John Cuming Building, adjacent to the main hospital. For information, call 978-287-3090 or email medicallibrary@emersonhosp.org

Emerson Hospital Medical Staff

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Noor Roomi, MD, Joins Emerson Internal Medicine

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Noor Roomi, MD, recently joined Emerson Internal Medicine in Concord and is accepting new patients.