When the pandemic hit the NYC region, our doctors, nurses, and care providers were on the frontlines treating patients directly and aiding those affected by the virus. But for Prakash Satwani, MD, a pediatric bone marrow transplant physician, his experience with the virus was much more personal.
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Profiles of Courage: Nobuko Hijiya, MD
During the height of the pandemic, Nobuko Hijiya, MD, continued to see and treat patients in the outpatient clinic. As the metro region begins to re-open, Dr. Hijiya says extra precautions will remain in place.
Profiles of Courage: Dominder Kaur, MD
Dominder Kaur, MD, is a pediatric hematologist at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. During the pandemic, she worked at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital’s adult intensive care unit caring for COVID-19 patients, and it was a very humbling experience.
Profiles of Courage: Cindy Neunert, MD
Cindy Neunert, MD is a pediatric hematologist at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, she continues to see and treat her young patients. However, she is also using her expertise to help those directly affected by the coronavirus.
Why I Do What I Do
At Hope & Heroes, we are surrounded by doctors who love what they do, but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy- their days are long and the work is never over. However, they know that what they do changes the lives of the patients and families they treat. We want to share with you a