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Last night an RN saved my life

ACP Hospitalist's blog runs weekly excerpts by Kimberly Manning, MD, FACP. ... A hospitalist at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Dr. Manning writes about the personal side of being a physician on her own blog , Reflections of a Grady Doctor.
November 2011

The rights of patients vs. hospital employees

ACP Hospitalist's blog features regular excerpts by Peter A. Lipson, MD, ACP Member, a practicing internist in Southeast Michigan. ... This post first appeared on his personal blog, White Coat Underground, which has been around since 2007 and now appears
April 2013

No sleep till Brooklyn

The following essay is adapted from a post that appeared on the blog Reflections of a Grady Doctor. ... He opened the trunk and right there—clear as day—was my brother's boom box, which had slammed forward from the impact.
October 2011

Lip smacks, insults and f-bombs

ACP Hospitalist's blog runs weekly excerpts by Kimberly Manning, FACP. A hospitalist at Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital, Dr. ... Manning writes about the personal side of being a doctor on her blog Reflections of a Grady Doctor.
May 2011

Internal medicine is sexy

ACP Hospitalist's blog features weekly excerpts by Kimberly Manning, MD, FACP. ... A hospitalist at Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital, Dr. Manning writes about the personal side of being a doctor on her blog, Reflections of a Grady Doctor.
March 2013

The chief thing

ACP Hospitalist's blog runs weekly excerpts by Kimberly Manning, FACP. A hospitalist at Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital, Dr. ... Manning writes about the personal side of being a doctor on her blog Reflections of a Grady Doctor.
April 2011

The laziest, shadiest colleague

ACP Hospitalist's blog is now running weekly excerpts by Kimberly Manning, FACP. ... It was a number I recognized, and most important, it wasn't from the Emergency Department.
September 2010

Trusting your instincts

ACP Hospitalist's blog runs weekly excerpts by Kimberly Manning, FACP. A hospitalist at Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital, Dr. ... NO CHEST TUBE YET.”. And that's exactly what we did. Another hour later, we got a page from the Stat Lab:.
October 2010

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