Examining The Life Of Dr. Eric Forsthoefel

Dr. Eric Forsthoefel has been a proud member of the Florida healthcare community for almost a decade now. His emergency medical skills and humaneness continue to be beneficial, for both his colleagues and his patients.

 

Education

Before he decided to make a career in medicine, Dr. Eric Forsthoefe attended the Florida State University and studied Religion and Religion studies (between 1999 and 2004.)

 

He left the FSU with the B.A in religion and religious studies in 2005 and enrolled in University of Louisville School of Medicine, and eventually (in 2009) became a Doctor of Medicine.

 

Eric then “baked his trade” as the Emergency Medicine Resident in LSU Health Sciences Center (from 2009 to 2012,) a facility known for accepting fresh talent.

 

Three years after, Eric left in LSU and applied for a position at the Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, as an emergency physician. Eric got a job and had been working with the Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare ever since.

 

Specialization

Dr. Eric Forsthoefel specializes in Emergency Medicine. He is educated and trained to treat patients with various symptoms and diseases, including acute illnesses, minor injuries, and conditions. Thanks to his trade and education, Eric possess knowledge on a broad range of medical topics.

 

Though fairly young, Dr. Eric Forsthoefel already has six years of experience of working in Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Hospital ER as an ER doctor.

 

Specifically, DR. Eric Forsthoefel specializes in what we call Critical Care Medicine: he provides help to those who are in immediate life-threatening situations, such as people who are experiencing a heart attack, suffer from a drug overdose, or have severe internal bleeding.

 

Career And Certifications

Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is certified in Emergency Medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He speaks the English language (natively,) but also speaks Spanish.

 

Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is part of the vibrant and talented crew and has a total of 25 colleges at the Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare (that specialized and provide their services in Critical Care Medicine.)

 

Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is affiliated with Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare facility only, (being affiliated means that he is allowed to admit patients in that hospital).

 

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Innovative Mobility Solutions By CTRMA

Congestion is a nightmare to many motorists. It costs them time and money that affects the economic growth of the country negatively. Many private organizations and government bodies are putting a lot of efforts in finding the key solutions to the traffic menace.

According to Crunchbase, Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (CTRMA) tops the list. It is on the frontline in inventing solutions to traffic congestion. Mike Heiligenstein is an executive director of CTRMA. He says that they are doing everything possible and utilizing the technology to find and provide a sustainable solution of decongesting the roads.

CTRMA is an independent government body and a local agency that was created in 2002 to improve the transportation system in the Travis and Williamson counties. Its mission is to implement innovative transportation solutions that address traffic problems.

CTRMA has launched a new project called MoPac in the quest to provide mobility solutions. They plan to build MoPac Express Lanes that will institute variable tolling through the use of technology that synchronizes supply and demand and ensure predictable traffic flows.

The main agenda of CTRMA is to create mobility solutions. They have built roads such as the 183 Toll Road and US 290 Toll Road that have transformed the regions. They plan to create innovative ideas like the use of embedded fiber lines that can help to detect a car headed the wrong way at the exit ramp in the South project.

They have planned to partner with other stakeholders with similar agendas or in the technology field to provide mobility solutions. Metropia is a partner who will help with an innovation of a mobile traffic app that can integrate with the traffic monitoring system and provide real-time alternative routes to motorists and reduce traffic jam. Learn more about Mike Heiligenstein: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikeheiligenstein

Another partner is Carma. Carma is a carpooling app that will encourage motorists to share the experience of their vehicles. It can also help to encourage them to use few cars to go to a particular destination. They also plan to use bicycle and pedestrian paths and bridges that will see more people opt to walk or ride bikes in shorter distances.

This is in line with a report by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute -2015 Urban Mobility Scorecard that highlights the issues of bikes and pedestrian paths and the issue of repetitive stopping and starting of cars along busy highways that result into a major traffic jam.

They also plan to partner with Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organizations to manage minor car breakdowns that can cause congestion. CTRMA is dedicated to seeing congestion-free roads. It is ready to utilize every resource to help meet their objectives.

Entrepreneur and Philanthropist- Bruce Levenson

The Atlanta Hawks Basketball and Entertainment LLC; recently filed a lawsuit against its insurance company; New Hampshire Insurance Company. The former owner of NBA franchise filed a case against the insurance company for breach of contract which involved the settlement of entitlements which were made by the previous manager Danny Ferry. The case also involves the former controlling partner Bruce Levenson but does not include the current management which is led by its manager Forbes billionaire Tony Ressler. The Basketball organization filed the lawsuit in the Superior Court of Fulton County. Atlanta Hawks Basketball claims that it was insured against employment losses.

According to the records produced by the court, Atlanta Hawks Basketball gave its insurance company which is well known as AIG notice on April 2, 2015, claiming that they have gone against their agreements which they trusted they were covered. The current management said that it is aware of the complaint and that they were not ready to comment on the issue. The court reports stated that the claims were enough for the Hampshire Insurance Company to pay Atlanta Hawks Basketball group. The court report further said that AIG refused to participate in the court case and also denied that the sports company was covered under the policy.

Bruce Levenson can well be described as an American entrepreneur who has been able to achieve a lot in his life. Among the business he successfully established is UCG and NBA Franchise; Atlanta Hawks Basketball LLC. Mr. Bruce is also a philanthropist who was born in a Jewish family and grew up in Chevy Chase, Maryland. After he had completed his High school studies, he attended Washington University in St. Louis and American University where he graduated with a degree in Law. Levenson began his career as a journalist working at Washington Star and later co-established United Communications Group. Bruce Levenson is not only a business person, but he also participates in community activities including Hoop Dreams Foundations and Community Foundation of Washington D.C.

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