|Notables on the WebPhysicians Join The
Division of Emergency Medicine
Leslie S. Carroll, MD, has joined the Division
of Emergency Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, as an Emergency Physician and
Medical Toxicologist. Dr. Carroll completed her Emergency Medicine Residency at the
Medical College of Pennsylvania and a Medical Toxicology Fellowship at Good Samaritan
Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. She is certified in Advanced Cardiac, Trauma and
Pediatric Life Support and has an interest in teaching residents and medical students.
Paul Kolecki, MD, has joined the Division of Emergency Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, as an Emergency Physician and Medical Toxicologist. Dr. Kolecki is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College and completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the Medical Center of Delaware in Wilmington and a fellowship in Medical Toxicology at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. He is certified in Advanced Cardiac, Trauma and Pediatric Life Support. Dr. Kolecki has also lectured on numerous occasions at the National Clinical Toxicology and Emergency Medicine Scientific meetings.
In addition, Drs. Carroll and Kolecki will be involved in teaching and research of medical toxicology through Jefferson and the Philadelphia Poison Control Center.
Steven Mandel, MD, FAADEP, Department of Neurology, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, and Clinical Professor of Neurology, Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, was presented with the first PresidentŐs Award for Outstanding Service to the Journal of Disability by the American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians (AADEP) on November 14, 1998, at the organizationŐs National Meeting in Miami. Dr. Mandel has been involved with AADEP since 1987 and has attained Fellowship status. The AADEP was founded in 1987 as an international membership organization to provide education and develop uniform disability assessments methods and standards for the rating of impairment.