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Dr. Earle Greenleaf Woodman

Wrong Dr. Earle Greenleaf Woodman?

Administrative Physician

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham
 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • M.D.
Web References
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Press Release
www.bidneedham.org, 11 May 2007 [cached]
Physician Earle G. Woodman Retires
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The roads were often muddy and full of ruts, but young Earle Greenleaf Woodman was happy to ride with his uncle, a Maine surgeon, as he visited the homes of patients to check on their post-operative recoveries.His uncle's dedication to his patients, and the good he was doing, were not lost on the youngster.It was on one of those rides he decided to become a doctor.
Recently, after almost a half century as an internal medicine physician, Earle Greenleaf Woodman, M.D., stopped seeing patients on a regular basis.However, he continues to share his experience and knowledge as an administrative physician at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham.
At its zenith, Dr. Woodman's patient panel was more than 10% of the total population of Needham.Now, most of those patients are arranging to transfer their care to other members of the rapidly expanding BID-Needham medical staff.
A native of Haverhill, Dr. Woodman began his undergraduate education at Northeastern University.
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Dr. Woodman reflected on the many changes he has seen in medicine over the decades.
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Press Release
www.needham.caregroup.org, 11 May 2007 [cached]
Physician Earle G. Woodman Retires
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Physician Earle G. Woodman Retires
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The roads were often muddy and full of ruts, but young Earle Greenleaf Woodman was happy to ride with his uncle, a Maine surgeon, as he visited the homes of patients to check on their post-operative recoveries.His uncle's dedication to his patients, and the good he was doing, were not lost on the youngster.It was on one of those rides he decided to become a doctor.
Recently, after almost a half century as an internal medicine physician, Earle Greenleaf Woodman, M.D., stopped seeing patients on a regular basis.However, he continues to share his experience and knowledge as an administrative physician at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham.
At its zenith, Dr. Woodman's patient panel was more than 10% of the total population of Needham.Now, most of those patients are arranging to transfer their care to other members of the rapidly expanding BID-Needham medical staff.
A native of Haverhill, Dr. Woodman began his undergraduate education at Northeastern University.
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Dr. Woodman reflected on the many changes he has seen in medicine over the decades.
Physician Earle G. Woodman ...
www.bidneedham.org, 18 Feb 2006 [cached]
Physician Earle G. Woodman Retires
Beloved Needham Physician Earle G. Woodman Moves on to Second Career Retires from Internal Medicine Practice, Joins BID-Needham as Administrative Physician
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