The Legends Interviews: Drs. Abouljoud and Brown

Henry Ford Hospital President and CEO Dr. John Popovich, Jr. interviews Dr. Marwan Abouljoud and Dr. Kimberly Brown in the next edition of “Interviews in Front of the Living Wall: Legends Interviews.” In this segment, Dr. Abouljoud, Director of the Henry Ford Transplant Institute, and Dr. Brown, Chief of Gastroenterology and Hepatology and Associate Medical Director of the Henry Ford Transplant Institute discuss organ transplantation, treatment and the future of transplantation services.

“The Legends Interviews” segments were filmed in the Henry Ford Hospital Atrium. To view past videos, click the “Legends Interviews” tag at the bottom of this post.

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Why we’re here is really simple

I often try to see if something very simple can best describe a very complex set of ideas. One of these complex ideas is our purpose as a hospital and medical group.

I recently heard Dr. John Noseworthy talk about the purpose of the Mayo Clinic, and his words resonated with me because they similarly described the heart and soul of Henry Ford Hospital.

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The Legends Interviews: Drs. William O’Neill and Dee Dee Wang

Henry Ford Hospital President and CEO Dr. John Popovich, Jr. interviews Drs. William O’Neill and Dee Dee Wang in the next edition of “Interviews in Front of the Living Wall: Legends Interviews.” In this segment, Dr. O’Neill, Medical Director of the Henry Ford Center for Structural Heart Disease and Dr. Wang, Director of Structural Heart Imaging and Medical Director of 3D Printing, discuss the latest technologies in cardiology, including the importance of 3D printing in structural heart interventions.

“The Legends Interviews” segments were filmed in the Henry Ford Hospital Atrium. To view past videos, click the “Legends Interviews” tag at the bottom of this post.

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Doc in the D discloses e-reader favorites and more

Dr. John Popovich relaxes with a good book – on his e-reader.

Reading is one of my great passions. Next to hitting a small white ball down the middle of a green fairway, it is how I love go to spend my free time. To say my reading inventory is eclectic would be an understatement. I read for pleasure, for fun, for knowledge, for growth.

Electronic readers have enriched my reading experience. I know many of you insist on a paper book, newspaper or pamphlet as the only way reading should be experienced. Don’t get me wrong, there is something comforting about having the Sunday New York Times or Saturday Wall Street Journal in the morning sitting alongside a fresh cup of coffee, but electronic readers have transformed access and accessibility to all forms of literature and news. It is just so easy to acquire new books and the latest papers, whether by purchase or going to the library.

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One Year

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