DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., August 3, 2016 On July 27, Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center recognized gastroenterologist Dr. Adel Daas as the physician of the quarter for the second quarter of 2016.
Dr. Daas is beloved by patients and staff alike, said Ed Noseworthy, Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center CEO. His patients are his priority and he strives to provide the highest quality of care. We have many wonderful physicians on our staff here, and are so proud to recognize Dr. Daas as our physician of the quarter.
Im blessed to work amongst such talented physicians and nurses, Daas said. Im humbled to receive this award.
Board certified in Gastroenterology and Hepatology by the American Board of Internal Medicine, Daas joined Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center in January 2012.
Prior to joining Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, Daas served as a staff physician at the James A. Haley Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Tampa and at the Bay Pines Veterans Affairs Hospital in Bay Pines, Fla. During this time, he was an associate professor at the University of South Florida in the Division of Digestive Diseases and Nutrition.
About Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center
Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center is a member of Adventist Health System, a faith-based health care organization with 46 hospital campuses and nearly 8,200 licensed beds in 10 states. Our locations include Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center in Daytona Beach and Florida Hospital Oceanside in Ormond Beach, as well as outpatient facilities in Port Orange, Daytona Beach Shores and New Smyrna Beach. With 277-beds, Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center is one of the six Florida Hospitals in Volusia and Flagler counties that composes the Florida Hospital East Florida Region. As the largest hospital system in the area, the Florida Hospital East Florida Region has 907 beds and more than 6,000 employees. With a mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ, the Florida Hospital East Florida Region collectively contributed nearly $120 million in benefits in 2015 to the underprivileged, the community's overall health and wellness and spiritual needs, and capital improvements.