By radically rethinking the way her San Francisco hospital treats victims of strokes, Debbie Yi Madhok is saving both time and minds.
Thank you to Scrubs Magazine for featuring my story in the Spring 2016 issue. I’m honored to be called “The Collaborator.” And thank you to the countless nurses who “pushed me, questioned me, corrected me, saved me, and kept me sane during countless overnight shifts.” You guys rock.
Please tune into my very first podcast here! The topic: Status Epilepticus aka life-threatening seizures What you’ll learn: The new definition of Status Epilepticus and updates on how to treat it Who I’m chatting with: Rob Rodriguez, host of Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine aka The Crit Care Guys (@critcareguys) Please let me knowRead more
While flipping through photos on NY Med’s Facebook site, I came across a photo of me and Marina Dedivanovic. Under the photo, there was a comment that read, “is that the real Christina Yang?” For those who are not terribly with it when it comes to pop-culture references, Christina Yang is the fictional character fromRead more
June 26th was a busy day. Traveling from Philly to NYC for the big day – the NY Med premiere! Given that I work nearly everyday either in the ICU or the ED, I always have to have my look planned out in advance. By now, hopefully you tuned in to watch me on TheRead more
We are back! ABC’s “NY MED” AIR DATE CHANGE: “NY MED” NOW PREMIERES THURSDAY, JUNE 26TH AT 10:00 PM/ET ON ABC.
Debbie talks about the VIP patients, rectal exams, and the why every ER doctor knows the parade schedule so well… click the link for more: NY Post: Doctors brace themselves for parade season in “NY ER