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GHS Community Health Summit

On April 8, 2017, Greenville Health System hosted the 11th Annual Minority Health Summit (now known as the Community Health Summit). The Summit is a yearly…

To Dean Douglas

To Dean Douglas: medic, instructor, volunteer, father, husband and friend. With so many commemorating your extraordinary life in service, one can’t help but think of…

Lessons from a Fire Station

One of my favorite aspects of attending the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville (USCSOMG) consists of riding with medics on ambulances once…

On Wearing a White Coat

It is a privilege to wear a white coat. It is a universal sign of care and the advocacy of total wellness. The receipt of…

Up on the Roof

A few months ago, my wife and I decided to try out a new dinner location we had heard about in downtown Greenville. This place…

Reflections on the Eclipse

The lights lining the walkway to the hospital flickered on. The crescent of the sun was shrinking by the second. A countdown emerged, as if…

Humans of GVL: Anna Quantrille, Part 3

Here is Part 3 in our Humans of Greenville series about Anna Quantrille, M.D. Here she talks about the personal growth she experienced in medical…

Humans of GVL: Anna Quantrille, Part 2

For our second Humans of Greenville post, Anna Quantrille explains the Match Day process.

Humans of GVL: Anna Quantrille

In the spring, Humans of Greenville (@humansofgvl on Instagram) did a series of posts about Class of 2017 student Anna Quantrille, M.D. Dr. Quantrille is…

How Far Can You Stretch a Chicken: Financial Literacy at USCSOMG

The cost required to become a doctor is not getting any cheaper. Far from it, actually. Medical school (and the rest of advanced education, for…