Hospitalist Service

St. Jude hospitalists are doctors and nurses who work with your child’s medical team to provide around-the-clock care when your child’s oncologist is not available, including nights, holidays or on the weekends.

A hospitalist can make medical decisions and provide emergency care or regular care, such as giving your child chemotherapy, doing blood work or performing a bone marrow aspiration.  

St. Jude hospitalists:

  • help provide attention to patients’ needs during diagnosis, treatment, medical procedures and follow-up care
  • share information and coordinates care with your child’s medical team
  • are available when the clinic is closed, including on nights and weekends
  • are board-certified

Director

  • Patricia M. Flynn, MD
    • Interim Clinical Director
    • Senior Vice President and Medical Director of Quality and Patient Care
    • Chief, Bone Marrow Transplant Clinical Operations

Physicians

  • Yaser Alsaek, MD

    Alsaek

    • Contracted Physician / Hospitalist
  • Charlie Bergstrom, MD

    Bergstrom

    • Consulting Physician
  • Wendy Bourland, DO

    Bourland

    • Staff Physician / Hospitalist
    • Staff Physician / Hospitalist
    • Nurse Practitioner / Hospitalist
    • Chair and Bioethics Consultant, Hospital Ethics Committee
    • Program Director, Hospitalist Medicine
    • Staff Physician, Hospitalist Medicine Program
  • Anna Sitthi-Amorn, MD

    Sitthi-Amorn

    • Staff Physician / Hospitalist
    • Contracted Physician / Hospitalist