- Nurse practitioners in pediatric critical care: results of a national survey.
- Acute hypoxemic respiratory failure in children following bone marrow transplantation: an outcome and pathologic study.
- Traumatic tracheal laceration in a pediatric patient medically managed with high- frequency oscillatory ventilation.
- Admission and Discharge Guidelines for the Pediatric Patient Requiring Intermediate Care
- Overcrowding Crisis in Our Nation's Emergency Departments: Is Our Safety Net Unraveling?
- Relief of Pain and Anxiety in Pediatric Patients in Emergency Medical Systems
- Role of Pediatricians in Advocating Life Support Training Courses for Parents
- Pediatric Care Recommendations for Freestanding Urgent Care Facilities
- Patient Safety in the Pediatric Emergency Care Setting
- Management of Pediatric Trauma
- Company: Hospital Experts
- Phone: 732-769-2736
- Fax: 732-201-0794
- Website: HospitalExperts.com
Specialties & Experience
General Specialties: Legal Medicine and Medical Management
Specialty Focus: Hospital Administration, Hospital Negligence, Joint Commission Standards, Negligent Credentialing, Physician Contracting, Informed Consent, Standards of Care, Patient Transfer, Patient Safety, Pediatric Critical Care, Birth Injury, Hyperbilirubinemia
Education: MD, University of Rome; MS - Healthcare Administration, New York University; JD, Rutgers University
Years in Practice: 20+
Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 9
Thomas Bojko, MD, MS, JD, FCLM has spent over two decades in healthcare where he has held executive leadership positions in both hospital and medical administration. He is an expert in hospital operations, policies and procedures. Dr. Bojko has made many contributions to the administrative, clinical and educational aspects of healthcare and has received numerous awards and recognition for his efforts. He gained national prominence serving as a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Critical Care Executive Committee and as a member of the NACHRI (National Association of Children’s Hospitals) Board of Trustees. In addition, he has authored numerous articles, policy statements and editorials in peer-reviewed journals. He also participated in authoring the American Academy of Pediatrics Policy on Hyperbilirubinemia.