In Practice: Profiles of Providence physicians
Patients know them as doctors. Physicians know them as colleagues.Through our ongoing series, we all may see these Providence providers in a different light.
In Practice: From folk dancing to radiosurgery
Years before radiation oncologist Steven Seung, M.D., Ph.D., perfected high-precision Gamma Knife surgery, he had a novel wartime gig.
In Practice: Snowboarders and snow monkeys Orthopedic surgeon John Durkan, M.D., looks back at the 1998 Olympics and what’s involved in being a physician to the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team.
Andrew Rontal, M.D., neurologist
Technology, neurology and music
Vivek Deshmukh, M.D., FACS, neurosurgeon
The doctor once "more powerful than Cheney"
Elizabeth Stephens, M.D., endocrinologist
Motherhood, music and a relentless disease
Robert Wells, M.D., family physician
Medical missions: 2,500 patients in four days
Robert O. Olsen, M.D., psychiatrist
The power of building rapport with patients
Rom Leidner, M.D., oncologist, researcher
Cracking the codes on the toughest cancers
Ann-Marie Yost, M.D., neurosurgeon
A scalpel and a motorbike
Anthony (Tony) Ohotto, M.D., geriatric physician
Worked on a Navajo reservation, still makes house calls
Christopher Van Tilburg, M.D., mountain rescue physician
Emergency medicine at 10,000 feet
Jeffrey Disney, M.D., emergency physician
Why patients give him such high marks
Eric Kirker, M.D., cardiothoracic surgeon
Once an opera singer, now a surgeon
John Zurasky, M.D., neurointensivist
From Wall Street to the ICU
Have you or a physician you know lived an interesting life both inside and outside of medicine? We'd like to hear from you.