I know this subject has been discussed before, but I would like to ask everyone again a few questions regarding credentialing physicians for procedural sedation in the ED:
1. Does your hospital credential ED physicians for privileges in Moderate and/or Deep Procedural Sedation or credential for the use of certain agents (e.g. ketamine, propofol)?
2. Does your hospital differentiate between PEM Fellowship Trained/and or PEM boarded physicians vs. non-PEM boarded physicians with regards to Procedural Sedation Credentialing?
If you would please take a moment to respond to this email, I would really appreciate it!
East Tennessee Children's Hospital
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