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12-16-23Today is Randi’s race day (and Matt's birthday! Happy Birthday, Matt!). She’s mapped out her personal  26.2 mile...
12/16/2023

12-16-23

Today is Randi’s race day (and Matt's birthday! Happy Birthday, Matt!).

She’s mapped out her personal 26.2 mile marathon between Harrisonburg and Bridgewater. It’s part of living into her WOTY “Intention,” running a marathon before she turns 30 next year.

And thinking about races makes me think of 1 Corinthians 9:24-27
24 Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize. 25 Everyone who competes in the games goes into strict training. They do it to get a crown that will not last, but we do it to get a crown that will last forever.

We are all on our personal journeys, we are all in our own “race,” of becoming increasingly conscious of our True Selves as part of One Body and receiving our personal “prize.”

We all are called to the “strict” training of discernment. For any big challenge, we have to be mentally prepared. That’s where we start. My favorite Yoda quote (which I’ve shared before) says it all - “Do or do not. There is no try.”

“Do or do not” is the spirit of Love.
“Try” is the spirit of fear.

Our brains are wired to default to fear to keep us safe. Normal. Not good or bad. Not wrong.

But the purpose of every relationship we have is to challenge us to rewire our neural pathways so that our default pathways are increasingly primed towards love.

“Neural pathways are not set … so there isn’t any specific number existing in your brain. You’re born with a blank slate and have to create them as you go. If you have 100 billion neurons, and each can make 250 000 connections, that's 100 billion times 250 000 possible connections, which is about 25 000 trillion or 25 quadrillion. There are a million more potential connections in your brain than stars in the milky way.” (https://lifexchangesolutions.com/neural-pathways/ #:~:text=We%20can%20calculate%20the%20max,stars%20in%20the%20milky%20way.)

That’s a lot of potential. That’s a lot of pathways of Love to create. See how limitless our inner world is? See how much freedom we actually have in us that has nothing to do with the limits of our physical life circumstances?

Each of us is a galaxy. Each of us has 25 quadrillion potential paths in which to reframe our mental understanding of the world. 25 quadrillion paths to see the world through the eyes of fear, or 25 quadrillion paths to see the world through the eyes of love.

It’s the work of a lifetime. The sheer potential is overwhelming, and yet the number is so vast it also is reassuring. You can’t ever reach perfection. That’s not the point.

The point is that there are ALWAYS opportunities to choose.

And the point doesn’t revolve around the discrete 100 billion neurons… it revolves around the CONNECTIONS between the neurons.

When we look at every part of our world, our lives, and ourselves, the Truth at every level is that it’s the connections – the relationships – that matter.

And the other Truth is that our connection with ourselves is foundational to our connection with the world.

We are conditioned to believe that what we DO (or do not, or do wrong, or do imperfectly) or what others DO (or do not, or do wrong, or do imperfectly) TO US affects whether or not we are loved.

But, when I read the Bible, the underlying theme is ALWAYS that we are loved.

Shake away all the confusing, contradictory details of the Bible and ask first, “What kind of book is this?” I mean, look in a bookstore and it’s in the “Religion” section. But I honestly believe it’s been miscategorized.

It’s a Love story that holds all the other kinds of stories of all the kinds of people.

Not romance, not history, not biography, no poetry, not fiction, not literature, not “how to”…

And yet, ALSO romance, and history, and biography, and poetry, and fiction, and literature, and “how to”….

It’s the Love story of Love to Love’s People.

It’s the story of the great “I AM” (Moses and the burning bush) to every “YOU ARE BELOVED” one of us.

So the foundational step of living a life of love isn’t so much proving we are lovable (which is dependent on actions we take and actions taken upon us to prove or disprove that we are loved).

The foundational step is TRUSTING that we ARE beloved.

We have to sit with that. We have to have time and space to sit with it and receive it and be filled with it.

We can’t DO anything. We have to BE STILL so we can BE LOVED.

To be beloved is not conditional on anything.

That’s who are ARE. That’s our essence. That’s the starting point.

Keep it simple. That’s the hardest thing to do.

Anyone else still trying to declutter? Anyone else still trying to simplify their lives? Anyone else still overwhelmed with tasks?

But the thing is, those THINGS aren’t who we are.

Who we ARE gets lost in what we DO, and eventually we begin to see ourselves as those things, or measure our value against all those things.

The answer to ” Who am I?” has already been answered. “I am beloved.”

And regardless of whatever else is going on in our fear-based neural pathways or in our fear-laden world, we are called to trust that our BE-ing (our essence) is as BE-loved.

Why do I keep talking about this? Because I’m still trying to believe it myself. I’m still trying to trust it myself. I’m still trying to rewire the quadrillion pathways in my mind so that more and more pathways default to trusting in my belovedness, so that more and more of my thoughts default to love, so that more and more of my intentions are rooted in love, so that more and more of my actions are naturally loving.

So often, we can see the belovedness of (some) other people more that we can see it in ourselves.
But the call is to see the belovedness of ALL people AND see it in ourselves.

If we trust in our belovedness, then we don’t become victims, nor do we have to create more victims. It's not a power struggle where some win or lose.

It’s claiming your power, and creating an inner and outer world that includes every thing, every person, and every experience. Because every thing, every person, and every experience can be transformed by the power of your love.

The race we’re running in our own lives - is towards Love.
The crown we seek - is our belovedness.
The prize we claim - the Spirit of Love working through us and affecting all the world around us.

Peter 2:9 NIV
“ … you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God's special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light. ”

See that? We are beloved.
Believe it.

Do, or do not…

Train.
Run your race.
Win your prize.

Claim your belovedness.
Claim the Spirit of Love.
Claim your authority to rule your world with Love.

What are neural pathways, different types, how they work, what they look like (diagram) and how they affect memory, learning, habits and behaviour. And, can neural pathways be changed, how to reprogramme them and how long does it take? Plus: How neural pathways are created/formed and a few exercises...

Movie night alert! Join us on December 11th at 5:30pm at Sipe Center in Bridgewater for a viewing of The Holiday!
11/20/2023

Movie night alert! Join us on December 11th at 5:30pm at Sipe Center in Bridgewater for a viewing of The Holiday!

Directed by Nancy Meyers. Starring Kate Winslet, Cameron Diaz, Jack Black and Jude Law.Blu-ray (Amazon) : https://amzn.to/3PTIWMyAKA:Amours longue distanceAt...

Election day! Cast your vote in government and (on a smaller scale, in healthcare)...Dear MWHC Family,Call me crazy, but...
11/07/2023

Election day! Cast your vote in government and (on a smaller scale, in healthcare)...

Dear MWHC Family,

Call me crazy, but I think we can win the $40,000 grand prize. https://votefab40.com/2023/arlene-mccain

If you’re not on Facebook, you may not have seen my regular posts about the Fab or 40 competition. (For those who have, and who have been voting-- thank you!!)

We’ve been going through a lot together with the system transition, so I didn’t want to overwhelm you with a tangential “wouldn’t it be nice to win?” project, when foundational practice changes were the priority.

However, we went through the change (and yes, it sometimes felt as chaotic as menopause), and are on the home stretch of our goal of having Atlas fully functional as our billing and health record system by January 2024!

In the meantime, let’s stay engaged with one another.

If you’ve got a Facebook account (or don’t yourself but know others who do), “click for a cause” (once a day or once a week) through December 14. I honestly believe we can win this competition.

So, what is this Fab over 40 competition?

It's a competition celebrating the fabulosity of women over 40 — it’s often around this age that women start to release expectations of who we’re “supposed” to be, and revel in the glory of who we truly “are.”

And, because any good competition celebrates more than an individual and is of service to something greater, this competition is a fundraiser for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, whose mission is to prevent and cure breast cancer by advancing research. (There are many women in the practice whose lives have been changed by breast cancer. Please pray for them and their loved ones.)

The way I see it, y’all have already gotten in the groove of daily voting and we won the local DNR’s 2023 “Best of the Valley” Primary Care Physician.

So, let’s do it again and win the national Fab over 40 competition!
https://votefab40.com/2023/arlene-mccain

Why?

1-The 2 page spread in New Beauty magazine would provide a platform to share with a wider audience of women (who drive health care choices) the New Medicine of direct primary care (DPC), which is a return to the Old Medicine of patient-centered, personalized healthcare in a mutually respectful, trust relationship. Plus, I could also share how New Beauty is often a return to the Old Beauty of loving our hearts, minds, and bodies so well that we intentionally create time and space to savor our inherent belovedness. The New Beauty is actually rediscovering our inner sparkle, and letting that light radiate brilliantly each day rather than having it burn out by day’s end.

2- The $40,000 grand prize would be invested in the practice. One, to fund additional group activities to create community (more MWHC movie nights, as well as new retreats and workshops). Another, to provide seed funding for a mentorship program supporting local physicians interested in opening DPC (direct primary care) practices. And a third, a not-yet-known-but-will-be, since the Trinitarian 3 always feels most complete.

3- And yes, I’d love an Arizona spa-cation and would fully embrace that temporal pleasure with gratitude.

See, the three-fold love here? Love God ( #1.. God is asking me to have the courage to speak my heart into the world and so I’m saying yes), and Love Others ( #2- all the people connected to the practice and my fellow physicians), as we Love ourselves ( #3– I appreciate the chance to rest).

Admittedly, this is an unusual ask. I cringe a little — Have I entered a beauty competition? But then I sat in the solitude to reflect on the word “beauty” (which has a superficial connotation), and the deeply spiritual “Via Pulchritudinis” (“The Way of Beauty”) came to my consciousness and led me to this:

“The way of beauty replies to the intimate desire for happiness that resides in the heart of every person. Opening infinite horizons, it prompts the human person to push outside of himself, from the routine of the ephemeral passing instant, to the Transcendent and Mystery, and seek, as the final goal of the ultimate quest for wellbeing and total nostalgia, this original beauty which is God Himself, creator of all created beauty … Man's intimate desire for wellbeing is faced with the evils of suffering and of death…The voice of beauty helps open ourselves up to the light of truth, and it lightens the human condition helping it seize the meaning of pain. In this way it helps the healing of these injuries.”
-Section II.3 The Way of Beauty, Pathway towards the Truth and the Good
http://www.cultura.va/content/cultura/en/pub/documenti/ViaPulchritudinis.html

Here, then, is one way for beauty (Fab over 40 competition through New Beauty magazine) to open the way towards healing (fundraise for breast cancer research and highlight the New-Old Medicine of direct primary care).

So, over the next 5 weeks, please vote! https://votefab40.com/2023/arlene-mccain

Goals:

1- November 2-9: stay in the Top 5 of my group
2- November 9-16: be #1 in my group
3- November 20-30: advance to the quarterfinals
4- December 1-7: advance to the semifinals
5- December 8-14: win the Grand Prize!

You get (1) free vote every 24 hours.

If 100 people voted once a week, that’s 100 votes
If 100 people voted once a day, that’s 700 votes
If 100 people gave the minimum $10 donation on 2 (votes)-for-1 (dollar) days, that’s 20 votes a person, and that’s 2000 votes!

See why I think we can win? (Only 20 votes moved me from 4th to 3rd place!) There are more than 100 of you. And some of you might even consider donating (to the National Breast Cancer Foundation) more than $10 on the 2-for-1 vote days.

If you’re already on Facebook, a couple of extra clicks a day won’t take much time, yet could have a huge effect!

Will we win? I’m “rest”-ing in our relationship on this one.

If winning this is meant to be a step forward in MWHC’s evolution, the Spirit will move us forward in one accord.

I surrender the outcome (Amen, so be it), AND I celebrate the joy of feeling Fabulous over 40.

With gratitude- Arlene
https://votefab40.com/2023/arlene-mccain

PS, **when** we win, we will host a party catered by Mama (Angie) Santos herself, and provide the opportunity for y'all to meet my parents - who gave me the courage to follow my crazy dreams and continue to create more.

Who will be featured in NewBeauty magazine, take home $40,000, and experience the spa-cation of a lifetime?

Help Dr. McCain with your free vote?Is she Fab over 40?
11/01/2023

Help Dr. McCain with your free vote?
Is she Fab over 40?

Who will be featured in NewBeauty magazine, take home $40,000, and experience the spa-cation of a lifetime?

A few photos from our 5 year anniversary party. Grateful for all who celebrated with us from near & far! ❤️
09/03/2023

A few photos from our 5 year anniversary party. Grateful for all who celebrated with us from near & far! ❤️

New episode of DPC Rocks! Dr. Arlene McCain and Dr. Brian Charette have a conversation about direct primary care and dis...
07/25/2023

New episode of DPC Rocks!

Dr. Arlene McCain and Dr. Brian Charette have a conversation about direct primary care and discuss potential barriers (from both the patient and physician perspective) to investing in a membership practice. In a surprise twist, Brian answers all the questions in one go, then turns the tables on Dr. McCain and asks her questions.

Dr. Arlene McCain and Dr. Brian Charette have a conversation about direct primary care and discuss potential barriers (from both the patient and physician perspective) to investing in a membership practice. In a surprise twist, Brian answers all the questions in one go, then turns the tables on Dr.....

Come finish out the 1st season with us!!
07/17/2023

Come finish out the 1st season with us!!

07/15/2023

MWHC Mid-month Musings

Dear MWHC family,

Thank you.

Thank you for the gifts you give me every July for my birthday - your presence, your patience, and your perseverance.

I didn’t set out for July to become the most chaotic time of the year – why would I do that to myself during my birthday month? The summer is supposed to be about taking breaks, beach fun, cookouts, and relaxation.

In one of those world-turned-upside-down things, the Spirit’s birthday gift to me isn’t the usual fun in the sun; rather, July has become the time in which I “get to” (it’s in quotations, because it mostly feels like “60% ‘have to’/40% ‘get to’, and I’m trying to flip that) grow into all the different parts of me.

I “get to” ...

1. Be your doctor.
It’s not just been the usual med checks, coaching appointments, refills, and sick visits. The past few months have been filled with health challenges and crises for a number of you. So I’ve had to stretch my normal “whole health” care into more urgent care.

My growth as a physician was in the questions:
How can I stay fully present to the moment, while energetically shifting between slowed down & spacious time and quick & compressed time – not just hour to hour, but multiple times within an hour?
How can I be a bruised reed who will not break, or a burning wick who will not be extinguished, in the midst of really, really strong winds?

2. Be a professor.
I’ve met 7 new graduate students, and while I teach about general medical conditions, I find myself having to get out of my usual “chronic condition management” (diabetes, blood pressure) to discuss acute issues that are more relevant to athletes, while also trying to include mind-body-spirit work that invites them to check in daily with who they “are” as whole people, while they are “becoming” experts in their field as athletic trainers.

My growth as a professor was in the questions:
How can I create deep bonds of connection with 7 students and compress 7 years of medical training into a few weeks?
How can plant seeds in rich soil for whole and healing athletic trainers to offer whole health to the athletes they serve?

3. Be a creator.
I’ve had an enthusiastic response to my invitation to be on the DPC Rocks! Podcast on Spotify. This project was a Holy Spirit inspiration that came after winning the “Best PCP” in the Valley. I’m passionate about DPC (direct primary care) because I have experienced how it transforms the patient and the physician and their relationship with one another. But my lone voice in the wilderness means little. People see me as an outlier and can easily dismiss this “DPC thing” as a one and done. But YOUR voices calling out with mine… that cannot be ignored!

I’ve loved the conversations we’ve had so far, because I love to listen to your stories, to feel the reverberation of your syllables in my ears, to learn about your perspectives, and to honor your experiences. And the added bonus is that you are speaking your heart into the world, and I get to be with you as you are doing it (some of you for the first time)!! That’s such a privilege.

My growth as a creator was in the questions:
How can I do the chaotic work of creation in the midst of being an anchor for patients and laying a strong foundation for students?
How do I trust in the Lord with all my heart and lean not on my own understanding? How, in all my ways, do I submit, and trust that God will make my paths straight?

I also “get to” grow as a menopausal woman, a wife of 21 years, a mother to a soon-to-be college freshman and soon-to-be 16 year old driver, a daughter, a sister, a friend, an entrepreneur, an introvert, and a contemplative. I won’t go into all the growth questions that have been raised with those parts of myself — after all, I’m not submitting a second book manuscript to you (...yet?!?!).

I do want to share, though, that in asking these particular questions this month, and similar questions over the past 5 years, I trust more fully that “I don’t have to do it alone, and I”M NOT MEANT TO.” In all these questions, the challenge is to be clear about what I need and to ask for it, as well as to meet people where they are (and be honest about that- where they ARE, not where I WANT them to be in order to answer my need as I WANT it answered), and to gratefully receive what they are able to give me in that specific moment.

Most of the time, if I’m really doing the hard work of inner growth for myself, I only need to receive one word of affirmation, or a few moments of quality time, or one sincere act of service, or one heart-felt touch, or one meaningful gift, to water my mustard seed of faith and grow it. When I know I am loved and embrace the love I’m given, then I’m strengthened to persevere in the work of love I’m called to offer into this hurting world.

It’s often seemingly small past hurts that become monstrous stumbling blocks to self-love (I’m not talking about self-absorption, selfishness, and being self-serving — so don’t shy away from the invitation to self-love).

- It could be the one person’s callous judgment that drowns out all the other loving voices, that makes you feel unworthy of anything good.
- It could be the one dismissive eye-roll when you're sharing something you’ve created, that dims your excitement and makes you question the value of even trying to do something new.
- It could be the one time someone turned away from you when you were feeling scared and alone, that makes you feel unlovable.
- It could be the one time a person abruptly left a conversation you were having, that makes you believe that your time isn’t valuable.
- It’s the gift that you didn’t ask for and received (instead of the one you did ask for and didn’t get), that makes you feel that no one listens to you.

So, in order to heal the moments hardwired in our nervous system that continue to re-traumatize us, we need to integrate (many, many, many) moments to create new pathways for deep healing. It’s ok to take (many, many, many) small steps to big change. Too much change all at once is too much – we might blow a fuse, or short-circuit our system, or fall apart.

We often dismiss the small steps as “not big enough, not immediate enough, not strong enough, not good enough.” Yet every small step towards loving yourself (can you look yourself in the eye in the mirror and say “I love you” without cringing?), and (fully) receiving love ( not saying, “Thanks, but…”) becomes a crack in the protective walls surrounding your heart.

As Rumi so beautifully wrote, “Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.”

Thank you for the gifts you give me every July for my birthday - your presence, patience, and perseverance – as I grow more fully into all these parts of myself, find more barriers within myself that I have built against love, and take you on the wild ride of discovery with me.

By the way, on Monday we’re watching the last 3 episodes of Season 1 of The Chosen series, at the Sipe Center, from 5:30 pm (yes, we’re starting on time!)- 8:30ish pm. We’d love to spend time with you there.

Regardless, I carry you with me in my heart always – because you’ve each created a crack in the protective walls around it, and entered in.

With great love, Arlene

07/12/2023
Behind the scenes look at “DPC Rocks!” First episode coming soon!
06/22/2023

Behind the scenes look at “DPC Rocks!” First episode coming soon!

Less than a week away!
06/21/2023

Less than a week away!

We were so blessed by the turnout for the first few episodes and had so many ask for it to continue. So here ya go!! Ple...
06/14/2023

We were so blessed by the turnout for the first few episodes and had so many ask for it to continue. So here ya go!! Please come on out and binge Jesus with us!

THE CHOSENShowing tonight! (June 5th)@ Sipe Center, Bridgewater, 5:30-8:30 ($2)Episode 1: I have called you by name (54:...
06/05/2023

THE CHOSEN

Showing tonight! (June 5th)

@ Sipe Center, Bridgewater, 5:30-8:30 ($2)

Episode 1: I have called you by name (54:36)

Episode 2: Shabbat (38:59)

Episode 3: Jesus loves the little children (30:29)

Open to anyone! (:

TELL YOUR FRIENDS & COME ON OUT!!!We are showing THE CHOSEN at the Sipe Center in Bridgewater on June 5th from 5:30-8:30...
05/17/2023

TELL YOUR FRIENDS & COME ON OUT!!!

We are showing THE CHOSEN at the Sipe Center in Bridgewater on June 5th from 5:30-8:30pm.

We will be showing the first 3 episodes. Just $2 to get in and refreshments for purchase at the door!

Open to any and all! Please let us know if you have any questions or are planning to attend.

05/17/2023

For physicians interested in learning more about direct primary care (DPC) this is a great conference!

Get inspired, then come and chat with Dr. Asistores and me about what next steps might look like for you!
(Really, DPC - as one of the agenda titles notes - "saves two lives at once")

Submit a proposal to speak at the 2022 Direct Primary Care (DPC) Summit, June 15-18, 2023.

3 more days to vote for McCain Whole Health Care in DNR’s 2023 Best of the Valley “Primary Care Physician”! Please vote ...
05/16/2023

3 more days to vote for McCain Whole Health Care in DNR’s 2023 Best of the Valley “Primary Care Physician”!

Please vote every day these final 3 days, and encourage friends and family as well.

Let’s show that small practices that fiercely protect the patient-physician relationship are important, and you want more of them!

Direct primary care is a membership model of family medicine that focuses on deeply relational, person-centered care.

Now through May 18

We're in the top 5 for "Best Primary Care"! 🥳💞Please vote DAILY through May 18 for McCain Whole Health Care, a direct pr...
05/11/2023

We're in the top 5 for "Best Primary Care"! 🥳💞
Please vote DAILY through May 18 for McCain Whole Health Care, a direct primary practice focused on deeply relational, person-centered care.

Direct primary care (DPC) is a membership model of medicine that makes a difference! We need more physicians ready to change healthcare at the grassroots level.

Now through May 18

BIG NEWS!If you have wanted to see what all the buzz is about, the time has come...we are showing THE CHOSEN at the Sipe...
05/08/2023

BIG NEWS!

If you have wanted to see what all the buzz is about, the time has come...we are showing THE CHOSEN at the Sipe Center in Bridgewater on June 5th from 5:30-8:30pm.

We will be showing the first 3 episodes. Just $2 to get in and refreshments for purchase at the door!

Open to any and all! Please let us know if you have any questions or are planning to attend.

Official season one trailer for the first-ever multi-season show about Jesus.Watch The Chosen on our free app: https://thechosen.tv/appGo deeper with The Cho...

Excited to share that my book, Embrace Grace: New Medicine for a Wounded World, is a Silver Award Winner in the 2023 Nau...
05/04/2023

Excited to share that my book, Embrace Grace: New Medicine for a Wounded World, is a Silver Award Winner in the 2023 Nautilus Book Awards!

Meet us at the movies!It's $1 Movie night with MWHC (McCain Whole Health Care) at the Sipe Center in Bridgewater! Doors ...
04/17/2023

Meet us at the movies!

It's $1 Movie night with MWHC (McCain Whole Health Care) at the Sipe Center in Bridgewater! Doors open tonight, Monday 4/17/23, at 5:30 pm, movie starts at 6 pm.

We're watching Miss Congeniality. Let's laugh together while remembering: we're all uniquely beautiful, absolutely beloved, and all called to shine our lights in the world!!

Miss Congeniality (2000) Official Trailer - Sandra Bullock Comedy HDSubscribe to CLASSIC TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u43jDeSubscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/...

Rocking bye-bye to these babies! “Hop”-ing the Easter bunny will bring us something good to replace them next week! 🐇🐣
04/06/2023

Rocking bye-bye to these babies! “Hop”-ing the Easter bunny will bring us something good to replace them next week! 🐇🐣

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About Dr. McCain

Dr. McCain is committed to partnering with individuals as they discern personal motivations for healthy change and passionately supports their inspired progress towards a thriving life.

Through integrative health coaching, she empowers and honors individuals as the ultimate experts in their healing journeys. Through the use of holistic therapies, she holds space for spiritual transformation. As a result of her dedication to these diverse modalities, she creates a safe and sacred space in which whole health and healing can emerge.

Dr. McCain has a whole health perspective that honors body, mind, and spirit. She earned graduate certification in Integrative Therapies & Healing Practices: Health Coaching Track, through the Center for Spirituality & Healing at the University of Minnesota, and most recently became one of the first nationally board certified health and wellness coaches in the nation.

Dr. McCain is a board-certified family physician and offers comprehensive medical care for all ages. She earned a B.S. in Biology and Minor in Theology from Georgetown University. She received her medical degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School and had her first son, Luke, during her second year. She remained for residency at EVMS-Portsmouth Family Medicine, had her second son, Blake, during Intern year, and received the Intern of the Year award. She later received the Resident Teacher of the Year award, and served as Chief Resident from 2009-2010.


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