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Medical staff leadership positions

Once upon a time, key medical staff leadership positions (officers, department chairs, credentials chair, peer review chair) were viewed as important voluntary positions to help the medical staff carry out its board designated responsibility to ensure the care provided primarily by individuals granted privileges. Officers and department chairs were generally elected by their peers. Key committee chairs were usually appointed by the elected officers, usually the medical staff president. On some level it was indeed a privilege and an honor to hold one of these leadership roles.

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