Elias Rosenblatt, MD.

(Elias Rosenblatt, MD & Associates)

Professional Discipline:
• Physician

Special Qualifications:
• 1969 Diplomate National Board of Medical Examiners
• 1974 Diplomate American Board of Ophthalmology

JC Experience:
• 1984 – 1985: Deputy Director of Quality Assurance Division, Credentials Action Officer and Assistant JCAHO Action Officer, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Department of the Navy, Washington, DC
• 1997 – 1998: Associate Director of Standards, JCAHO
• 1997 – 2002: Teaching Faculty and Speakers Bureau, JCAHO and Joint Commission Resources
• 1999 – 2003: JCAHO Surveyor:
____Ambulatory Care Surveyor Training: 1997
____Hospital Surveyor Training: 1998
____Long-Term Care Integrated Survey Process: 2000
____Home Care Integrated Survey Process: 2000
____Shared Vision – New Pathways Surveyor Education: 2003
• 1999 – Present: Independent Consultant, JCAHO survey process

CMS Experience:
• As part of JCAHO staff and surveyor positions, and that of being an independent consultant:
____1997 – 1998: Associate Director of Standards, JCAHO
____1997 – 2002: Teaching Faculty and Speakers Bureau, JCAHO and Joint Commission Resources
• 1999 – Present: Independent Consultant, CMS survey process

Hospital Experience:
• 1972-1974; 1979- 1982: Staff Ophthalmologist, Naval Regional Medical Center, Jacksonville, Florida
• 1991-1992: Command Flight Surgeon, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland
• 1982 – 1984: Senior Medical Officer, Aircraft Carrier USS Independence (CV-62)

Community Experience:
• 1974-1976: Ophthalmologist, private practice
• 1976-1979: Flight Surgeon (Aerospace Medicine), Pensacola and Jacksonville, Florida
• 1985-1989: Medical Director, Naval Medical Clinics Command, Washington, DC
• 1989-1992: Senior Medical Officer, Branch Medical Clinic, Naval Air Facility, Andrews Air Force Base, Washington, DC
• Director of Naval Medical Doctrine Center, Marine Corps Base, Quantico Virginia; Head, Health Services Support Division, Naval Doctrine Command, Norfolk, Virginia; and senior officer in charge of Naval Doctrine Command Detachment, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia: 1992 through 1996. Developed standards for employment of deployable medical systems
• 1996 – Medical Director, Department of Corrections, State of Maryland, Hagerstown, Maryland

Consulting Interests:
• Medical Staff, Credentials, Bylaws and Rules and Regulations
• Offsite review of Medical Staff Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, policies
• Offsite review of Hospital policy and procedure documents

For Customer Contact:
(904) 477-8771
• Bachelor of Arts, Columbia College, New York, New York: 1963
• Doctor of Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo: 1968
• Surgical Internship, Deaconess Hospital, Buffalo, New York: 1969
• Residency in Ophthalmology, Deaconess Hospital, Buffalo, New York: 1972
• Naval Aerospace Medical Institute Graduate: 1977
• Naval War College Graduate (Highest Honors): 1990
• Home State: FL
• CV Available Upon Request