About Me

I’m an emergency medicine resident living and working in New York City. I care for patients in the emergency departments of a major academic teaching hospital and a public county hospital. It’s the best job in the world because I pretty much get to wear pajamas to work everyday. That, and you get to help people and save some lives sometimes. I write about medicine, education, public health, advocacy, and anything else that comes to my weary mind after a long and crazy shift working on the front lines of medicine.

What does chasing life mean? Well, it’s what I do both inside the hospital and out.




Disclaimer: The views expressed on this blog are solely my own and do not reflect those of my employer or anyone else. And of course, there is no medical advice or endorsements on this blog.


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