New Doctor Joins BMC Surgical Services, Providing General Surgery Care

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Health Systems has appointed Dr. Adam Bowling to the medical staff of Berkshire Medical Center and the physician staff of Berkshire Surgical Services of BMC. 

Dr. Bowling is accepting new patients in need of general surgery services and is teamed with doctors Michael Cohn, Eugene Curletti, Michael DiSiena, Andrew Lederman, Christian Galvez-Padilla, Clayton Peterson, Elie Semaan, Christopher Touloukian and George Veinoglou at Berkshire Surgical Services of BMC.

Dr. Bowling received his medical degree from Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in California and completed residencies in general surgery at Palisades Medical Center in Bergen, N.J., and Berkshire Medical Center, where he was chief resident.

For an appointment with Dr. Bowling or one of his colleagues, call Berkshire Surgical Services of BMC at 413-445-6420.


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Berkshire Medical Center Achieves Healthgrades 2019 Patient Safety Excellence Award

PITTSFIELD, Mass. —  Berkshire Medical Center is a recipient of the Healthgrades 2019 Patient Safety Excellence Award. 

This is the third straight year BMC has been recognized with this honor, which places the medical center among the top 5 percent of all short-term acute care hospitals reporting patient safety data as evaluated by Healthgrades, the leading online resource for information about physicians and hospitals.

During the study period (2015 to 2017), Healthgrades 2019 Patient Safety Excellence Award recipient hospitals demonstrated excellent performance in safety provided for patients in the Medicare population, as measured by objective outcomes (risk-adjusted patient safety indicator rates) for 14 patient safety indicators defined by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).

Healthgrades found that patients treated in hospitals receiving the Patient Safety Excellence Award were, as compared to patients at non-recipients hospitals, on average:

* 55.9 percent less likely to experience an accidental cut, puncture, perforation or hemorrhage during medical care.

* 50.9 percent less likely to experience a collapsed lung due to a procedure or surgery in or around the chest.

* 64.4 percent less likely to experience pressure sores or bed sores acquired in the hospital.

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