Internal Medicine Physician James Hildebrandt, DO, began his 25-year tenure at Sarah Bush Lincoln in 1996 as an emergency medicine physician. Over the years, he has also served as the president of the medical staff, Medical Director of the Hospitalist program (which he implemented in 2011), and for the past eight years, as Vice President of Medical Affairs. He has been an enthusiastic and committed leader, and he is now returning to his first love: direct patient care.
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Dr. James Hildebrandt
As an unusual summer of quarantining, wearing masks and social distancing came to an end a few months ago, it was time yet again to head back to school. There was no doubt this fall semester was going to be strange, and nothing has changed much since those assumptions.
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