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Hospital Department Physician Groups

Hospital Department Physician Groups

Hospital governance and the relationship between medical staff departments and administration are increasingly political and the balance between managing the institution and delivery of timely, safe patient care can lead to material differences of opinion. Department members often need independent legal advice in navigating and mediating their way through the disagreements that occur between management and medicine.

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I have had the good fortune of dealing with Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd for a health law issue over the past three years. Tracey was hired by myself and several colleagues with regards to a professional issue for which she provided timely, clear and insightful thoughts as to the direction we should be taking in the matter.

At no time did I feel Tracey was eager to engage nor afraid of pursuing the issue. On the contrary, I felt she provided an objective perspective and quite well thought through advice.

In summary, our dealings with Tracey have provided some personal relief from an otherwise stressful situation. I would highly recommend her services.

Department Member, in a University Hospital setting

Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd Health Law