Dr. Barry Rosenthal
Abuse Of Prescription Drugs Doubles Over 5 Years
Dr. Barry Rosenthal joins Dr. DeSilva to discuss the startling fact that emergency room visits resulting from prescription drugs have exceeded those related to illicit drugs for three consecutive years.
Barry Rosenthal, MD, MPH, is Medical Director of the Emergency Department. Dr. Rosenthal joined Winthrop-University Hospital in Mineola, N.Y. in 2009 from Lenox Hill Hospital where he served as an attending physician in the ED for 18 years and the Assistant Director of Emergency Medicine for nine years. As an experienced physician administrator, Dr. Rosenthal continues to work closely with hospital leadership to strengthen and expand Winthrop’s Emergency Department and New York State-designated Regional Trauma Center.
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