Business briefs

January 15, 2009

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LeMaster is new WTVA AM Live co-anchor 

 


 

 


WTVA recently announced that C.J. LeMaster is the new co-anchor of WTVA''s AM Live program. LeMaster will join Julee Brown and John Dolusic on the AM Live crew. 

 


 

 


He is a Booneville native and a graduate of Mississippi State University with a degree in communications. While there, he honed his journalistic skills as a staff writer, online editor, and news editor for the university''s student newspaper, the Reflector. 

 


 

 


After graduating, he interned at FOX News Channel in New York City, but eventually found his way home to WTVA in 2008 as a reporter. 

 


 

 


Baptist Golden Triangle adds two new hospitalists 

 


 

 


Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle recently announced the addition of Drs. Brad Brown and James Woodard to its staff of hospitalists. Brown and Woodard both come to the staff from Internal Medicine Associates PC of Columbus. 

 


 

 


Brown received his medical degree from the University of Mississippi Medical School in Jackson and completed his residency in internal medicine at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. He is board certified in internal medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine and joined Baptist Golden Triangle''s medical staff in 1987. 

 


 

 


Woodard received his medical degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham, Ala., and completed his residency in internal medicine at Carraway Methodist Medical Center in Birmingham. He is board certified in internal medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine and is a fellow of the American College of Physicians. Woodard joined Baptist Golden Triangle''s medical staff in 1988. 

 


 

 


Hospitalists are physicians who work in the hospital 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Because these physicians spend their entire time at Baptist Golden Triangle, they are always available for admissions and emergencies. They take care of patients in the same manner a primary care physician might, including ordering treatments, and tests and consulting with specialty physicians when needed. Once a patient is discharged, the care returns to the patient''s primary care physician or internist. Hospital-based physicians are accessible to patients and their families, and they are in contact with each patient''s primary care physician on a daily basis.