Medical Affairs

Welcome to the Medical Staff of Carroll Hospital Center. We are committed to collaboratively working together to provide the best possible care for our patients as well as a positive environment for both medical and hospital staff to work.

With your support we can ensure that our patients will always receive the very best care. If, at any time you have questions about your Medical Staff membership, contact us.

Mark D. Olszyk, MD
Vice President Medical Affairs & Chief Medical Officer

CERNER Training  - 

Carroll Hospital utilizes Cerner Power Chart as our electronic medical record. 

Information regarding required training is available below:

Contact Us  -  If, at any time you have questions about your Medical Staff membership, contact us.

Continuing Medical Education  -  Continuing Medical Education (CME) Opportunities

If you are interested in presenting a lecture to the Medical Staff, contact Darlene Price (Cancer Conference Coordinator) at 410-871-6545 or for all other matters, Teresa Wilson (Director, Medical Affairs) at 410-871-6899.

If you are a member of the Medical Staff and need a report of your attendance at CME lectures, contact the Credentials Office at 410-871-7031 or the Medical Affairs Office at 410-871-6899.

Maryland MOLST Information  -  This section includes information to support health care professionals to help patients (or authorized decision makers) make beneficial health care decisions.  It covers the decision making process that precedes the use of the Maryland Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (MOLST) form.

All members of the Medical Staff who admit patients are required to complete MOLST training.

Click on the MOLST training link below to begin.  Once you have completed the training module, print, complete and fax the certificate of completion to the Medical Affairs Office.

Medical Staff Bylaws, Rules, Regs  -  This section includes the Medical Staff Bylaws and Departmental Rules and Regulations.  This information is provided for current Medical Staff members and those considering membership on the Carroll Hospital Medical Staff.

Medical Staff Officers & Department Chiefs  -  Current Medical Staff officers and department chiefs.

Medical Staff Policies  -  This section includes pertinent Medical Staff policies.

Meeting Schedules  -  Monthly Meeting Schedules

New Applicants  -  Information needed for those physicians seeking to apply for membership and privileges on the Medical Staff at Carroll Hospital Center.

On-Call Schedules  -  To protect the privacy and security of our members who take Emergency Room call, this information is not publicly available.

Physician-Hospital Organization  -  Carroll PHO (Physician-Hospital Organization) is a collaboration among physicians and Carroll Hospital Center that focuses on care coordination and health information sharing and solutions.  This is a new organization, led by physicians, designed to solve large and complex challenges that frustrate physicians and their offices.  Nationally, PHOs have withstood tests by both the Department of Justice and anti-trust lawsuits, and have been found uniquely effective in delivering better care at lower costs in a manner that also improves the economic health of participating physician practices.

Pocket Pal  -  The Medical Staff Pocket Pal provides brief and concise information about many topics important to all Medical Staff members.  Such topics include: Patient Satisfaction, Patient Safety Goals, Patient Rights, FPPE, OPPE, Just Culture, Informed Consent, Infection Control & Prevention, Medication Errors, Laboratory Testing, Emergency Management, etc.

Privileges  -  Includes credentialing information for specific privileges such as fluoroscopy.

Publications  -  Publications for the Medical Staff of Carroll Hospital including SCOPE and MDlink.

Stroke Education  -  ALL practitioners caring for patients with the diagnosis of CVA, TIA and/or ICH must complete at least four (4) hours of cerebrovascular specific education each year. 

The NIH Stroke Scale (NIHSS) training must be completed once every two years. Completion of the NIHSS Training may provide up to three (3) of the required four (4) credits. 

Stroke education certificates must be submitted to the Medical Affairs office.