BiFocal: The Dual Preoccupations of the COVID Era Pulmonologist

LEXINGTON As a pulmonologist in the time of COVID-19, Eliseo Colon, MD, has had a busy two years. The practice

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Serving the Underserved

LEXINGTON If you spend very much time talking shop with Ben Neltner, MD, the word “under-served” is likely to come

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Bringing Pioneering Procedures to Kentucky

LOUISVILLE In the field of gastroenterology, innovations in endoscopy and minimally invasive surgery have led to much improved results and

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Knowledge Is Power

LOUISVILLE To borrow from Spider-Man, with great power comes great responsibility. Another way to say that is, just because you

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Heart Care Takes a Multidisciplinary Village

LOUISVILLE Steven J. Heatherly, MD, PhD, FACC, is the system medical director for heart failure and pulmonary hypertension for Baptist

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When Your Mission Is Healthy Hearts, Failure Is Not an Option

LOUISVILLE NASA control director Gene Kranz is often credited for saying, “Failure is not an option.” He claims those exact

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A Lifetime Commitment for Both Doctor and Patient

LEXINGTON How many surgeons can say their career began with a dare? Rachel Mathis, MD, FACS, can. While dissecting a

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Finding Purpose After Prognosis

LOUISVILLE Despite spending a decade as a physical medicine and rehabilitation doctor specializing in spinal cord injury (SCI), Camilo Castillo,

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The Mental Health Impact of COVID-19 on Healthcare Professionals: Occupational Hazard, Unique Opportunity

FRANKFORT The ferocity, duration, and unpredictability of the current pandemic leave healthcare providers particularly vulnerable to negative psychosocial impacts: COVID-19

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Searching for Answers

LOUISVILLE Every doctor has had an unusual case, right? A good story to tell. Mehyar Mehrizi, MD, FAAN, neurologist at

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