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Dr. Earle Woodman Greenleaf

Administrative Physician

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham

Background Information

Employment History


Northeastern University

Doctor

Education

M.D.

Web References (3 Total 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.
...
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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