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Listed below are descriptions for the areas of medicine practiced at CSH . learn more about each specialty.
Addiction Medicine specialists treat chemical dependency.
Allergists and Immunologists treat allergies and asthma, and study how the body fights infection.
Pediatric Allergists and Immunologists treat allergies and asthma in children, and study how children's bodies fight infection.
Anesthesiology is the science of anesthetics, which are drugs or gases used to ease or temporarily remove pain.
Cardiologists treat the heart and its disorders. Note that more information about our cardiologists is available in the Heart Hospital section.
Cardiovascular surgeons provide surgical care for the heart and surrounding vessels.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Certified nurse midwives provide maternity and childbirth care for women with low-risk pregnancies.
Complementary medicine specialists offer alternative and holistic therapies to be incorporated into a healthcare plan.
Dentists provide surgical and non-surgical care for the teeth and surrounding tissues.
Dermatologists treat the skin and its diseases.
Emergency Medicine specialists care for patients in emergency situations.
Endocrinologists treat the body's glands and its conditions, such as diabetes and hyperthyroidism.
Family Practitioners provide primary care services for children and adults. Some family practitioners also care for women during pregnancy and childbirth.
Gastroenterologists treat the diseases of the digestive tract, liver and pancreas.
General surgeons provide many surgical care services.
Geriatricians provide care for the senior and elderly population, and provide for their specialized needs.
Gynecologists treat the female reproductive system.
Immediate Care specialists provide care for patients with immediate medical needs that do not necessitate an emergency services visit.
Internists provide primary care services for adults.
Medical Imaging physicians (radiologists) use a variety of diagnostic tools to analyze the conditions of the body, including MR and CT Scans. For more information, visit the Medical Imaging section.
Neonatologists specialize in the treatment of sick or preterm newborns.
Nephrologists treat the kidney and its diseases.
Neurologists treat neurological disorders, such as epilepsy, stroke and Alzheimer's Disease.
Obstetricians provide care for both normal and high-risk pregnancies. Gynecologists treat the female reproductive system. For more information, visit the Obs/Gyn section.
Occupational Medicine specialists work with employers to manage the health and safety of their employees.
Oncologists treat tumors, including cancer. Hematologists treat blood conditions.
Ophthalmologists treat the eye and its diseases.
Orthopedists treat bones and joints. For more information, visit the Orthopedic Program section.
Also known as ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialists, otolaryngologists treat conditions of the ear, nose and throat.
Pain Management physicians assist patients with pain-related issues. For more information, visit the Pain Management section.
Pathology is science of analyzing disease and its affect upon the body.
Pediatricians provide primary care services for children. For more information, visit the Pediatrics section.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation focuses on restoring function for people with complex or chronic disabling diseases, illnesses or injuries. For more information, visit the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation section.
Plastic surgeons provide surgical care for congenital, reconstructive and cosmetic purposes.
Podiatrists treat the foot and its disorders.
Psychiatrists provide care for patients' mental and emotional needs.
Pulmonary Medicine specialists treat the lungs and its diseases. These specialists often care for patients in critical conditions.
Pulmonary Medicine, Pediatric
Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine specialists treat the lungs and its diseases in children. These specialists often care for patients in critical conditions.
Radiotherapists treat diseases with radioactive elements, such as chemotherapy.
Rheumatologists treat rheumatic diseases, such as arthritis and lupus.
Sports medicine physicians care for recreational and professional athletes with training and injury needs. For more information, visit the Sports Medicine section.
Thoracic surgeons provide surgical care for organs in the chest cavity.
Urologists provide surgical and non-surgical care for the urinary and reproductive systems.