Stephen Broomes, MD


Dr. Broomes is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and is recognized by the American Board of Internal Medicine as having a focus on Hospital Medicine. According to the American Board of Internal Medicine, "The Focused Practice in Hospital Medicine (FPHM) MOC program assesses, recognizes and sets standards for the specific knowledge, skills and attitudes of general internists who focus their practice in the care of patients in an inpatient setting."

Dr. Broomes has been in practice as a hospitalist since 1999 in diverse settings and has extensive critical care experience as a hospitalist. In addition, Dr. Broomes has served in a variety of leadership roles which has contributed to his experience as an expert witness. In particular Dr. Broomes has extensive experience reviewing cases related to diagnostic errors, pre and post operative management, and supervising both Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants.

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Board Certification

  • American Board of Internal Medicine 1997 - Present
  • American Board of Internal Medicine 2017 - Present
  • - Focused Practice in Hospital Medicine

Training & Experience

  • Medical School : Morehouse School of Medicine
  • Residency : Cleveland Clinic Foundation
  • Years in Practice : 21
  • Expert Witnessing Years of Experience : 7
  • Number of Trials : 2 (Defense and Plaintiffs)

Particular Areas of Focus

Dr. Broomes has testified on a broad range of issues but has the most experience testifying in matters related to:

  • Diagnostic Errors
  • Pre and Post - Operative Management
  • Advance Practitioner Supervision
    - Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants

Additional Areas of Focus

In addition to the areas listed above, Dr. Broomes has extensive experience related to the following medicolegal issues:

  • Hand Off Communication Errors
  • Stroke Prevention and Anticoagulation Mismanagement
  • Pharmacy and Therapeutics
  • Hospital Protocol Development Errors
  • Electronic Health Records
  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support
  • Decubitus Ulcer Prevention
  • Complications of Hypoglycemia
  • Mismanagement Cardiac Arrests
  • Coding and Documentation inconsistencies
  • Perioperative Complications
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