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"When we last slowed down to count, Dr. Crowe has more than 45,000 hours in the Emergency Department with over 110,000 patients she personally treated. In every single ER, whenever the hospital has a VIP arrive they want Dr Crowe to handle the case. Focused, careful, thorough A recent analysis of morbidity and mortality showed her complication rate was the lowest of the entire hospital medical staff. Patients typically say they appreciate her care, and consistently reward her with one of the lowest rates of patient complaints in the hospitals. Notre Dame and Indiana University Elle graduated from the University of Notre Dame, and then earned her Doctor of Medicine degree, graduating from the Indiana University Medical School in the top 1/3 of her class. Experience as Medical Director She comes from over 20 years as an ER physician at St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center, and for several years simultaneously served as the Medical Director of the Emergency Department. Dr. Crowe also served as the Medical Director of the regional Sexual Assault Clinic. Digs deep. Solves unusual cases Another of our other personable brainiacs, Elle's father was a professor at Norte Dame. She continues to be in high demand as an ER physician Residency and background Dr. Crowe, an Emergency Room physician since 1990, is licensed in both CA and IN, did her residency in family practice and brings significant family practice experience to you. In addition to being an ER doc, she is also Board Certified in Family Practice (ABFM)."
"House Call Doctor Thousand Oaks is open 24/7 and specializes in keeping patients out of the ER if they don't need to be there, reducing readmissions, and improved doctor-patient communication. Many people come to us because of an urgent medical issue -- and stay because of everything else. We focus on people who are difficult to serve in the traditional office setting due to a patient's physical or time constraints. This often leads to fewer admissions to the hospital and higher patient satisfaction."