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“ICU and Med Surg Unit – everyone went above and beyond to keep me comfortable. They including the Respiratory aides were all good to me. Everyone took great care of me. Dietary staff was very pleasant. All the nurses were great and tended to my every need with a pleasant attitude. The doctors were great and was very informative and made me smile! Everyone at the Meadowlands Hospital was very nice to my family.”
— Susan S., Meadowlands Hospital HCAHPS/3West Patient, June 2017
“My nurses were amazing and the candlelight dinner was great! (MHMC staff) made sure my visitors were comfortable. Doctors always kept me informed of my son’s health. On discharge, nurses made sure I knew what I needed to take care of myself at home. I really loved my stay at this hospital.”
— Shanice R., Meadowlands Hospital HCAHPS/Postpartum Patient, April 2017
“All staff at the Meadowlands Hospital were concerned and helpful.”
— Mary C., Meadowlands Hospital Emergency Room Patient, July 2017
Dr. Erwin Douyon
Dr. Erwin Douyon serves as a General Surgeon at Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center. Dr. Douyon does all aspects of General Surgery from head & neck procedures all the way to trauma and critical care surgery. His knowledge in surgery goes above and beyond, he is highly skilled in both open and laparoscopic procedures.
Dr. Douyon received his BS in Chemistry from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and his Doctor of Medicine from Georgetown University School of Medicine. Dr. Douyon has an extensive professional experience and has authored and co-authored a number of scientific and medical publications and abstracts.
Dr. Douyon is interested in delivering compassionate, comprehensive medical care to patients from perioperative experience through to postoperative care. He is sensitive to patients’ conditions and provides a personalized touch that starts with empathy and concern for their well-being. Dr. Douyon’s mottos are: “No consult is too minor, no problem is too small” and “One patient at a time. One illness at a time. One community at a time.”