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Assistant Medical Director of the Emergency Department
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15031 Rinaldi Street
Mission Hills, California,91346
CEP America incorporated
American College of Emergency Physicians
American Board of Emergency Medicine
bachelor of science
University of California , Irvine
University of Southern California
Charles Deng, M.D. | Wesley Fields, M.D. | Mary Fitzsimons, M.D. | Howard Friedman, M.D. | Theo Koury, M.D. | Edward Pillar, D.O. | Jaime Rivas, M.D. | Ellis Weeker, M.D.Charles Deng, M.D., a Senior Partner and joined CEP in 1994.He is the Assistant Medical Director of the Emergency Department at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills, California.Dr. Deng received his medical degree from the University of Southern California.He completed an internship and residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Southern California Medical Center.He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine and Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. email@example.com
Dr. Charles Deng, Emergency Medicine specialist, Providence Holy Cross Medical CenterOver at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, Dr. Charles Deng, an emergency medicine specialist, was in the ER studying patients' records.Dr. Clarence Sutton Jr., a trauma surgeon, sat at his desk, for once with the TV off--and thus he would not learn of the victims until they were rolled in the door. The chaplain, Brother Joe McTaggart, was on a mission of his own, driving to a hospice to comfort the dying. They are only a few of the many souls who would respond to the mayhem that was first described in a 911 call at 10:49 Tuesday morning from the North Valley Jewish Community Center in Granada Hills. The most grievously injured of the five people Furrow hit when he squeezed off some 70 rounds in less than three minutes was 5-year-old Benjamin Kadish.A 9-millimeter bullet tore into his backside and straight through his abdomen.Another bullet ripped through his left thigh, pulverizing the bone. "All of this had to be done in a very quick time, knowing that if we didn't do one part, he would die," Deng said."Plus, it was a child.A lot of our staff here have children in day-care centers.You have to deal with that too." The boy spent just 18 minutes in the ER, whisked to the operating room so quickly he was still wearing his sneakers."That is an amount of time that any trauma team can be proud of," said Deng, 34, who trained in emergency medicine at County-USC Medical Center. Hearing of the shooting, the boy's parents, Charles and Eleanor Kadish of West Hills, went to the community center, where it became apparent that their 5-year-old might be one of the victims. The Fire Department rushed them to the hospital by ambulance.Still, making a positive identification proved surprisingly difficult: The parents recognized the shoes and underwear, and they produced a photo that a hospital staffer took into the operating room. "The worst thing you could do was tell the wrong parents," Deng said in an interview Thursday, and then made a suggestion: "Maybe children should carry identification, at least a phone number to reach their parents." A chaplain phoned Rabbi Debbi Till of Temple Ahavat Shalom in Northridge to come in and wait with the parents in a small room off the ER."We prayed for the strength, compassion and skill of the surgeons and for a successful recovery for [Benjamin] and for strength for the family to endure this difficult time," she said.
Charles Deng, MD, FACEP
Charles Deng, MD, FACEP joined CEP America in 1994 and is a Senior Partner.
Dr. Deng earned his bachelor of science from the University of California, Irvine. He received his medical degree from the University of Southern California and went on to complete an internship and residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Southern California Medical Center. Dr. Deng is an American Board of Emergency Medicine Diplomate and an American College of Emergency Physicians fellow. Currently, Dr. Deng practices at El Camino Hospital and Palomar Medical Center.
Charles Deng, M.D., FACEP
Charles Deng joined CEP America in 1994 and is a Senior Partner. Dr. Deng earned his bachelor of science from the University of California, Irvine. He received his medical degree from the University of Southern California and went on to complete an internship and residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Southern California Medical Center. Dr. Deng is an American Board of Emergency Medicine Diplomate and an American College of Emergency Physicians fellow. Currently, Dr. Deng practices at El Camino Hospital and Palomar Medical Center. firstname.lastname@example.org