Diversity, Trauma Surgery & Servant Leadership

As a teenager in rural Kentucky, Dr. Andrew Bernard tagged along with his mother to the operating room where she worked as a nurse anesthetist. Taking a different route to the same destination, he became a trauma surgeon, a pillar in his community, and is now President of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma - one of the main societies of trauma providers in the country. During our interview he shares his perspective on healthcare inequities, diversity and inclusion, and leadership. Listen below or at Race, Violence & Medicine.

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