May 9, 2020
Hello listeners, today we have an incredible guest, Joy Hughes, MD, here to tell us all about her experience volunteering on the frontlines in New York City. She bravely decided to go and help out in one of the hardest hit areas and is here to tell us all of the details. You will hear why she decided to go, how she found the position, what she brought with her, what you can expect in a COVID Unit, and her best advice for anyone else that is thinking of doing the same thing.
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My guest today, Joy Hughes, MD, is a double board-certified urgent and critical care physician in private practice in Oxford, Mississippi. She trained at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota for six years of residency and fellowship. She is married to a neurosurgeon and has two little girls. She enjoys life in her home state, near lots of family, and serving her rural community. She recently traveled to New York City, as a volunteer, with The Society of Critical Care Medicine to serve in a COVID surge ICU.
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