Congratulations to the Housestaff of the month for October, 2020

#maskedup in their new Missouri ACP masks! Inpatient Resident of the Month: Dr. Libby Rosenthal – PGY3 – exemplified a day team, night team model while the night float resident. Inpatient Intern of the Month: Dr. Hunter Cochran – PGY1 – dedication and hard work on a busy CCU month. Outpatient Resident of the Month: […]

Congratulations to the Housestaff for September, 2020

Inpatient Resident of the Month: Dr. Becca Wiesehan:  “She managed a complex list of patients with ease, with a great sense of prioritization, while providing great teaching pearls to the medical students and other members of the team. Not only was she a great teacher, but she consistently was excited to learn from the new […]

Resident Report 8/24: When in Doubt, Swab it out.

Last month, Carole presented a patient of a young man presenting with rapidly progressive polyarthralgia and sore throat who was found to have disseminated gonorrhea. Urine GCCT NAAT was negative, but pharyngeal NAAT was positive for gonorrhea. The most common manifestations of N. gonorrhoeae are cervicitis and PID in females and urtherthris and epididymitis in […]

Congratulations to the Housestaff of the Month for August 2020!

Inpatient Resident of the Month – Jesse Zaretsky “I had the pleasure of working Jesse Zaretsky several times during his recent ED month. He was great to work with – he showed great clinical skills, medical decision making, and follow through, and was able to handle seeing multiple, critically ill patients with a great attitude and calm […]

Getting to Know: Kevin Stephenson, MD

Many of you may have noticed a new face at report! This is Kevin Stephenson, the General Medical Sciences Fellow for this academic year. He has already provided several great clinical pearls at report and it has been a joy to have him join us. See below to get to know Kevin some more. Kevin […]

Congratulations to the House Staff of the Month for July 2020!

Inpatient Resident of the Month – Jesse Yoon “Jesse was so patient with us (even when we called him on his days off), always knew our needs without asking, gave us freedom when we wanted it, guidance when we needed it, AND brought snacks every call day. I felt so comfortable and at ease knowing […]

Intern Report 8/4: No More Veggies, Please.

On Tuesday Dr. Danielle Kubicki presented a case of a young female w/ no significant PMH presenting with fevers, transient left sided weakness, and R. flank pain. CT imaging revealed a renal infarct. The reason for this infarct (and previous left sided weakness) became clear when blood cultures grew strep mitis. TTE did not reveal […]