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sketch of patients wearing masks

Ground zero

The April 24 video on Steven Short’s Facebook page is one of triumph. Staff at Woodhull Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, line the halls, clapping, cheering. A patient, recovered and clear of COVID-19, is being […]

Posted In: Features, Still Magazine
September 23, 2020
Dr. Don Altman in uniform

Deployed for public health support

After the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, state mass disaster groups joined the National Disaster Management System (NDMS), which deploys and facilitates order during times of disaster. NDMS is composed of 5,000 professionals, including […]

Posted In: Features, Still Magazine
September 23, 2020
Dr. Linnette Sells in PPE standing outside her clinic

Evolving patient care

As an osteopathic physician, Linnette Sells, DO, FAOASM, ’82, was taught in medical school to examine patients through touch. When the COVID-19 pandemic upended all aspects of everyday life, including the traditional hands-on patient visit, […]

Posted In: Features, Still Magazine
September 23, 2020
Melinda Rawcliffe

Response in the Arctic Circle

With a passion for remote and austere environments, Melinda Rawcliffe, PA-C, ’07, adjunct professor, ATSU-ASHS, is no stranger to practicing medicine far from her Arizona home. After working in locations like Iraq, Afghanistan, Suriname, Russia, […]

Posted In: Features, Still Magazine
September 23, 2020
Tessa Tibben wearing PPE in a clinic

Helping the homeless

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Tessa Tibben, DHSc, MS, PA-C, ’08, assistant professor, ATSU-ASHS, has been working with Circle the City (CTC), an Arizona organization serving the needs of those experiencing homelessness. During the course […]

Posted In: Features, Still Magazine
September 23, 2020