S3E5: The Art of Understanding & Social Justice in Healthcare
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by Morgan Quinley, Richard Chen, Ryan Nakamura
1y ago
In this episode, we talk story with Dr. Teresa Schiff-Elfalan. Born and raised in Aiea, Dr. Schiff-Elfalan is a Maryknoll School graduate. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Southern California and medical education here at the John A Burns School of Medicine. Dr. Schiff then went on to complete her family medicine residency at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center in Martínez, CA. She has previously worked at Kokua Kalihi Valley and is currently the Medical Director for the HOME Project and the Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Social Justice, and Underserved ..read more
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S3E4: An Introduction to Urology
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by Morgan Quinley, Richard Chen, Ryan Nakamura
1y ago
In this episode, we talk story with Dr. Tom Feng! He completed his undergrad at Princeton University and medical education at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Feng then went on to complete his urology residency at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and his fellowship in robotic surgery and advanced laparoscopy at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, WA . He currently works at Kaiser Permanente Hawaii, where he has been for almost 5 years. Join us as we explore how Dr. Feng ended up in urology (and why you should do urology!) and what practicing in different healthcare settings entai ..read more
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S3E3: Be Ambitious - A Perspective from an Interventional Cardiologist
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by Morgan Quinley, Richard Chen, Ryan Nakamura
1y ago
In this episode, we talk story with Dr. Paul Ho! He was born in Hong Kong but raised in Philadelphia, PA. He completed his undergrad and Masters of Science at the University of Pennsylvania and medical education at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. Dr. Ho completed his internal medicine residency at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and his cardiology and interventional cardiology fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He worked for the Hawaii Permanente Medical Group for 14 years and retired in 2014. Now, he is currently the President and CEO of HOCOR Cardi ..read more
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S3E2: A Deep Dive into Immunology and Military Medicine
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by Morgan Quinley, Richard Chen, Ryan Nakamura
1y ago
In this episode, we talk story with Dr. Jennifer Mbuthia, an allergist and immunologist with the Queen Emma Clinics at the Queen’s Medical Center. She is originally from Long Island, NY, and completed her undergraduate and medical education at Brown University. Dr. Mbuthia then went on to complete her pediatrics residency at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu and her allergy & immunology fellowship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in DC. She is board-certified in clinical informatics and has 20 years of medical experience in the Army. Join us as we explore the field of immunology, h ..read more
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S3E1: The Path from Pediatrics to Medical Education
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by Morgan Quinley, Richard Chen, Ryan Nakamura
1y ago
We're back - and with new hosts Morgan, Richard, and Ryan! In this episode, we talk story with Dr. Winona Lee, the Director of the ‘Imi Ho‘ola Post-Baccalaureate Program, Principal Investigator of the Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence, and JABSOM Association of American Medical Colleges Diversity Officer! Dr. Lee attended medical school at JABSOM and completed her pediatrics residency at the University of Hawaii Pediatrics Residency! She went on to provide locum tenens for private physicians throughout the island chain. Join us as we explore Dr. Lee's upbringing, her love for pediatrics, an ..read more
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S2E15: Mind, Body, Spirit - A Dive into Pediatric Gastroenterology
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by Rylie Wada, Enze Ma, Royce Kwon, Charissa Tan, Jaimee Kato, Rae Zhang
1y ago
In this episode, we talk story with Dr. Jeremy King, a pediatric gastroenterologist at Kapiolani Medical Center and Assistant Professor in Pediatrics at JABSOM! Dr. King attended medical school at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, completed pediatrics residency at Cooper University Hospital in New Jersey, and then went onto pursue a gastroenterology fellowship! Join us as we talk about the holistic approach to helping heal functional disease, the close connections of docs in Hawaii, and not being afraid to think outside the box ..read more
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S2E14: The Perspective and Developmental Approach of a Triple-Boarded Pediatrics, Adult Psychiatry, and Pediatric Psychiatry Physician
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by Rylie Wada, Enze Ma, Royce Kwon, Charissa Tan, Jaimee Kato, Rae Zhang
1y ago
In this episode, we talk story with Dr. Donna Ching, a triple-boarded pediatrics, adult psychiatry, and child psychiatry doc in Hilo, who also continues to do locum tenens all across the mainland! Dr. Ching attended UH Manoa for her undergraduate, MPH, and MD degrees (in the first class of PBL at JABSOM), and then went on to a Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Child Psychiatry Combination Program for residency in Kentucky. Join us as we talk about the value of non-traditional routes to medicine, the triple board program, and locum tenens, as well as other options for a graduating MD to consider outside ..read more
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S2E13: In the Life of a Rural Ob/Gyn
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by Rylie Wada, Enze Ma, Royce Kwon, Charissa Tan, Jaimee Kato, Rae Zhang
1y ago
In this episode, we talk story with Dr. Emilie Stickley, an Ob/Gyn in Hilo, Hawaii. Dr. Stickley not only has a full-time practice, she also homeschools her four children and runs her family farm. Join us as we talk story about her experiences with training in the military as well as the way she balances her work and personal life.  ..read more
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S2E12: Prioritizing Family as an Orthopedic Surgeon
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by Rylie Wada, Enze Ma, Royce Kwon, Charissa Tan, Jaimee Kato, Rae Zhang
1y ago
In this episode, we talk story with Dr. Kyle Chun, an orthopedic surgeon at Orthopedic Associates of Hawaii and an assistant professor at JABSOM. Dr. Chun attended medical school here at the University of Hawaii, continued on to residency at the University of Washington, and completed a sports medicine fellowship at the Southern California Orthopedic Institute. Join us as we talk about how being in private practice allows him the autonomy to do what he wants, including working on medical designs, going hunting, and spending time with his loved ones!  ..read more
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S2E11: The Kidney is Key - A Look into Nephrology
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by Rylie Wada, Enze Ma, Royce Kwon, Charissa Tan, Jaimee Kato, Rae Zhang
1y ago
In this episode we talk story with Dr. Christie Izutsu, a nephrologist and JABSOM’s Internal Medicine Clerkship director. Dr. Izutsu was born and raised here in Hawaii, graduated from JABSOM, and went on to complete her IM residency and nephrology fellowship at UC San Diego. She now practices nephrology in various hospitals, clinics, and hemodialysis centers in Hawaii and American Samoa (pre-COVID)! She’s also currently working on completing a clinical transplant fellowship here as well. Join us as we talk about the diversity of internal medicine, the longitudinal relationships embedded into n ..read more
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