Randy Sorge, MD, FACEP

Randy Sorge, MD, FACEP

Assistant Program Director
LSU "Spirit of Charity" Emergency Medicine Residency Program, New Orleans

Randy Sorge’s energy and enthusiasm are changing the future of medicine. While challenging the traditional didactic model with innovative ideas as head of the Curriculum Development for the residency program, he also advocates for well-being for the retention of future emergency medicine professionals. He has masterfully promoted equity and inclusion in the residency recruitment process and has been instrumental in championing diversity among the residents.

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