Tag: Johns Hopkins Hospital

Reverse Shoulder Replacement | Johns Hopkins Medicine

Reverse Shoulder Replacement | Johns Hopkins Medicine

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 28, 2020

(soft electronic music)>>A shoulder replacement is a surgery designed to help people with arthritic shoulders. An arthritic shoulder is one where there’s no cartilage and there’s bone on bone. It’s characterized by pain and loss of motion and loss of function. So, a standard shoulder replacement is designed to replace the anatomy as it exists. […]

Comic Relief for Medicine | Art and Healing

Comic Relief for Medicine | Art and Healing

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment January 5, 2020

[MUSIC] So when we think of comics, we often think of humorous subject matter, but comics in medicine in particular really investigates. Comics that involve very personal perceptions of illness, personal illness stories. Because comics are such a unique combination of words and sequential, still imagery, they’re especially adept at portraying very serious hard to […]

Spinal Implant Procedure | Ed’s Story

Spinal Implant Procedure | Ed’s Story

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 21, 2019

(uplifting piano music)>>We were actually looking for a house down the road. And we drove by here, and I made this dumb mistake of stopping and getting a pamphlet. And we made the offer on the house, and it was accepted. And um, moved in and I said, “Well if we’re gonna be here,” very […]

2015 Physician of the Year – Amirali Nader, M.D., Suburban Hospital

2015 Physician of the Year – Amirali Nader, M.D., Suburban Hospital

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment December 20, 2019

(Serene instrumental music)>>After completing fellowship training I joined the Critical Care Department here at Suburban Hospital and Johns Hopkins Medicine. I’ve been here for close to 10 years now, mostly providing care as a bedside clinician, but also involved with some teaching and administrative work. Approximately two years ago I was named the Medical Director […]

2017 Physician of the Year – David Efron, M.D., The Johns Hopkins Hospital

2017 Physician of the Year – David Efron, M.D., The Johns Hopkins Hospital

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 11, 2019

(piano music) So what do I think are the characteristics of a great physician? I guess I would answer that question by stating what I would want in a physician taking care of me or one of my loved ones. I would want them to be skilled, I’d want them to be accomplished, I’d want […]

2017 Physician of the Year – Neil Rosenman, M.D., Johns Hopkins Community Physicians

2017 Physician of the Year – Neil Rosenman, M.D., Johns Hopkins Community Physicians

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 11, 2019

(piano music)>>Some of the most important characteristics that make a great physician, I would definitely say would be communication and interpersonal skills. With every physician across the board, we all have to be dedicated, hardworking, intelligent. The true separating factors of really of how we communicate with patients effectively. This typically will help the patients […]

Patient Centered Medical Homes at Johns Hopkins Community Physicians

Patient Centered Medical Homes at Johns Hopkins Community Physicians

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 9, 2019

[MUSIC] A patient-centered medical home, or PCMH, is a recent advance in primary care medicine that tries to make the medical office more nurturing, like a home. We will monitor what care is needed so that we pay attention to patients not only when they’re in the office, but also between visits. We do have […]

Why Doctors Are Taking on the NRA

Why Doctors Are Taking on the NRA

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments December 7, 2019

We see gunshot wounds on Monday, we see gunshot wounds on Tuesday, we see gunshot wounds on Wednesday… We are on the front lines of taking care of these patients. There is a fiery debate online after the NRA says doctors should “stay in their lane.” When a lot of us in the medical community […]

2015 Best Consulting Physician at Suburban Hospital – Stephen Greco, M.D.

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 5, 2019

>>My willingness to work as a team with the other referring physicans. We always care for patients with other physicians involved, and you have to be able to bring about what your vision is for the patient in confines with the other physicians’ plans as well. And taking time with the patient. You cannot successfully […]

2018 Physician of the Year — Andrei Cernea, M.D., Sibley Memorial Hospital

2018 Physician of the Year — Andrei Cernea, M.D., Sibley Memorial Hospital

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 4, 2019

(bright music)>>I mean, mentally, what we do requires that we are in multiple places at once and my primary job is to motivate people, show them how excellence and show this and performance in medicine can be achieved and then take that message through their actions to our patients, to our staff, to our institution. […]