A Change of Heart

A Change of Heart

June 1, 2020

In this episode, Dr. Jessie Werner interviews one of EMRA’s 45u45 winners, Dr. Alin Gragossian. As a senior EM resident Alin was diagnosed with heart failure and required an emergent heart transplant. This is the inspiring story that every person should hear!

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Host

Jessie Werner, MD

University of California San Francisco – Fresno
Fellow - Emergency Medicine Education
@JessWernerMD
EMRA*Cast Episodes

Guests

Alin Gragossian, DO, MPH

Residency: UPMC Pinnacle, PGY-3
EMResident Articles
Twitter: @ag_em33

Overview:

In this episode, Dr. Jessie Werner interviews one of EMRA’s 45u45 winners, Dr. Alin Gragossian. As a senior EM resident Alin was diagnosed with heart failure and required an emergent heart transplant. This is the inspiring story that every person should hear!

Special thanks goes to Dr. Shyam Murali (@smuramed), resident at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center in Toledo, Ohio, for editing this episode!

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