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2007: Boyle Named New ED Medical Director at CDH
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Boyle Named New ED Medical Director at CDH

Joseph Boyle, DOWINFIELD, Ill.,  January 16, 2007 — Dr. Joseph W. Boyle has been promoted to the position of medical director of the Emergency Department at Central DuPage Hospital (CDH).  His main focus is on maintaining a high level of patient satisfaction within the Emergency Department (ED) and directing the team of more than 100 outstanding physicians, nurses and patient care technicians that provide high-quality care. He will recruit, manage and continue to maintain a staff of qualified physicians available around the clock.

“The Emergency Department is one of the front doors to our hospital,” said Deb O’Donnell, RN, MSN, chief nursing officer. “Dr. Boyle and his team make sure that each patient that enters our doors is cared for properly and respectfully. If the patient is admitted, he makes sure the transition to inpatient care is smooth for the patient, their family members and their care team. I am confident Dr. Boyle and his team will continue the tradition of excellent care that our ED has always provided.”

Boyle earned a medical degree from Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, and has been an attending physician in the Emergency Department at Central DuPage since 1990, most recently acting as Associate Director. Boyle is a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians and a Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians.

“Central DuPage is a thriving, forward-thinking hospital that allows caregivers incredible opportunities for further education and access to advanced technology. That makes an awesome combination for patient care,” said Dr. Boyle. “With cutting edge technology like a paperless charting system and access to a new 64-slice Cat Scanner, we have become a destination where the best emergency physicians are eager to work. This means our patients have the benefit of the best physicians and latest technology right here in the western suburbs. I’m thrilled to be a part of that.”

In addition, Dr. Boyle is the director of the Chest Pain Center, which is part of the Emergency Department at CDH. This is the only accredited Chest Pain Center in DuPage County. A New York native, Dr. Boyle, 49, is a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians, American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians, Illinois College of Emergency Physicians and resides in St. Charles. An active member of the community, he volunteers at the DuPage Community Clinic in Wheaton.

About the Emergency Department at Central DuPage Hospital
Central DuPage Hospital is a Level II Trauma Center, serving nearly 60,000 patients a year. An increasing number of patients coming in through CDH’s Emergency Department are evaluated and admitted and sent to the Neurosciences Institute at Central DuPage Hospital as word has spread about advances in stroke technology available in the comprehensive stroke center.

In fall of 2006, CDH and Children’s Memorial partnered to open a Pediatric Emergency Department to offer specialized comprehensive emergency services to children at the Winfield location.

Central DuPage Hospital is a nationally recognized 361-bed facility located in Winfield, Ill., a suburb of Chicago. For additional information, please visit www.cdh.org or 630-933-4CDH.

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Central DuPage Hospital
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Amy Jo Steinbruecker
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