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INPATIENT SERVICES

INPATIENT CARE

    Michael P. Madan, MD
    New London Hospital

    PHONE: 603-526-5210

    BOARD CERTIFIED: 	    Diplomate, American Board of Family Practice
    JOINED STAFF: 	       2011
    DEGREE: MD 	          UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ, 1993
    RESIDENCY: 	          Family Practice
                          Maine Medical Center/Mercy Hospital Family Practice
                     	    Residency Program, Portland, ME
    	

    Steven W. Powell, MD
    New London Hospital

    PHONE: 603-526-5210

    CLINICAL INTEREST:	 Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry, Hospitalist

    BOARD CERTIFIED:	Psychiatry

    JOINED STAFF:	2007

    DEGREE: MD	           Mercer University School of Medicine, Macon, GA 2005

    RESIDENCY: 	          Internal Medicine and Psychiatry

50  	 Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH

    MEDICAL-SURGICAL UNIT

    Our Medical-Surgical Unit provides both acute and skilled levels of care. A team of professionals and
    support staff provide personalized care for the patient and his/her family while they are in the hospital.
    Physicians and nurses collaborate daily on treatment and discharge plans working toward a speedy
    recovery.

    SPECIALIZED CARE UNIT (SCU)

    The four-bed Specialized Care Unit is equipped with sophisticated monitoring systems and staffed with
    nurses who are certified in advanced life support and critical care nursing. The Special Care Unit provides
    constant monitoring and personalized treatment for patients who are critically ill.

    SKILLED/SWING BEDS

    Skilled/Swing Beds allow patients who need a short period of skilled nursing or rehabilitation services
    following discharge from an acute care setting to stay at New London Hospital, rather than being moved to
    an out-of-town nursing facility. Some patients may be transferred from another acute care facility for a
    short recovery period prior to returning to their home.

    SOCIAL SERVICES

    This department provides Social Services to the inpatient population, ambulatory setting, and extended
    care residents. Collaborating with the health care team, patients, their families and the community, Social
    Services provides a continuity of care that promotes a smooth transition from the hospital to home or elder
    care setting.
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