Cardiothoracic surgery fellow Michael Robich, MD gives us an inside look at what it’s like to care for heart surgery patients before, during and after an operation.
Take a closer look at what inspired cardiothoracic surgery fellow Michael Robich, MD to become a heart surgeon. Hear how Dr. Robich’s childhood and his experiences in medical school led him to pursue a career in heart surgery.
Take a sneak peek into a day in the life of Cleveland Clinic vascular surgery resident Jocelyn Beach, MD. Dr. Beach shares her experience at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus and Hillcrest Hospital and how she continues to learn and grow as a surgeon.
The practice of medicine for tomorrow's physicians will be increasingly dependent on technology -- advancing from today's electronic medical records, robotic surgery, telemedicine and advanced imaging.
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.