Tune in this Saturday to learn valuable information!
This coming Saturday our host Dr. Marianne Ritchie talks with Anesthesiologist, Dr. Angelo Andonakakis.
Our topic this week will be anesthesiology; sedation, whether it’s for an elective procedure, an operation, or for an emergency situation.
Learn “what to ask” and “what to tell” the person providing the anesthesia.
Our guest has vast experience in providing safe anesthesia with remarkable compassion and is recognized for his excellent skills in teaching medical students, residents, nurse anesthesiologists, and colleagues.
Champions, Laurie Burstein-Maxwell and Lee Maxwell share their heartbreaking and inspiring journey.
Dan Maxwell was a high school senior who had it all. He had lots of friends, stellar grades, and played 3 different sports … but was overwhelmed by depression and his family still grieves his loss from suicide.
Dan’s parents Laurie and Lee have found some comfort by establishing the DMAX Foundation. The mission is to remove the stigma of mental illness by establishing DMAX Clubs on college campuses which provide safe spaces for young people to talk about their struggles without judgment and support each other – helping to strengthen mental health and emotional well-being. Learn more about their Annual Virtual Education event happening on April 20th.
Each week we highlight the Real Champions in your life! Your family, friends, or colleagues who go the extra mile to help others in their community. Know someone who should be featured? Nominate them now!
Marianne T. Ritchie, MD was one of the first female gastroenterologists practicing in the Philadelphia area. An advocate for over 30 years, Dr. Ritchie developed the PINKPLUS triple cancer screening program, and the BLUE LIGHTS CAMPAIGNfor Colon Cancer Awareness.
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