How much knowledge and experience can a Cleveland Clinic fellow pack into six months? The numbers, and experiences, are staggering. Here, first-year fellow Jason Lappe, MD, reflects.
A behind-the-scenes video with third-year resident Gabriel Loor, MD, reveals the heart of world-class care—relationships between patients and staff.
Jocelyn Beach, MD, an intern in Cleveland Clinic’s integrated vascular surgery program, didn’t know what she was in for when she began her trauma rotation at MetroHealth Medical Center.
There’s nothing more inspiring for third-year resident Gabriel Loor, MD, than sharing the operating room with world-renown Cleveland Clinic heart surgeons during a coronary bypass.
The Lappe family welcomed a daughter this month, and Cleveland Clinic fellow, Jason Lappe, is experiencing the wonder of being a new dad while facing the challenge of the electrophysiology service.
There's no rehearsal for the role of administrative chief resident. Every day, the game is on—and as Gabriel Loor shares, Cleveland Clinic residents play a key role in executing every play.
While settling into residency, Jason Lappe is learning first-hand how physicians adapt in challenging clinical situations. Working in the cardiac catheterization lab, he discovered use for a boiling pot of water for heating and bending a catheter to perfect size. Who would have thought? Lappe is inspired by the in-the-trenches training he is getting so far.
Cleveland Clinic resident Jocelyn Beach isn't sleeping much these days as she soaks in every experience possible. One hour, she's a surgeon junior, the next she's hustling to keep up with work on inpatient floors. Life is exhausting, but good.
Gabriel Loor, MD, is entering his final year in fellowship at Cleveland Clinic, and he has a handful of pointers for new faces in the fellowship program.
Back to Cleveland, back to the Clinic—Jason Lappe finds the first days of fellowship with a different perspective than during his residency days here.