Big Experiences Through Small Means

By: China Cox As residents, we spend a good amount of time talking about our hospital ward experience at the small community hospital that serves as our primary residency home. The place has its quirks including the people, processes, semi paper charting, an urban patient population, etc (+/- ghosts). As much as it drives us … Continue reading Big Experiences Through Small Means

The Space Age of Medicine

By Greg Baird, MD (Buzz Aldrin on the Moon, photo courtesy of NASA) I just went to the Kennedy Space Center (much more up to date and interesting than the ET ride at Universal Studios, by the way), and here’s the conclusion: exploration of the moon has arguably influenced human life as much as Columbus … Continue reading The Space Age of Medicine