In March 2020, not long after the arrival of COVID-19 in the United States, a team at GW, which included medical students, mobilized to quickly launch the Disaster Consult
As Naval Hospital Bremerton, in Bremerton, Washington, began to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, there was an increased demand to be prepared to provide testing for those in need. That required hospital to quickly identify the specific media...
A series of lectures hosted by the SMHS Anti-Racism Coalition kicked off with a session by Cara Lichtenstein, MD, MPH, on “Understanding the Connection Between Racism and the Social Determinants of Health.”
SMHS providers and students are working to increase the District of Columbia’s registration numbers by reaching out to potential voters in an unusual place: the emergency department.
The George Washington University (GW) Medical Faculty Associates’ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery will be opening for orthopaedic specialty care walk-in services for GW employees and their families.
Tuesday / Sept. 1
The Anti-Racism Coalition Educational Series, presented by the SMHS Office of Diversity and Inclusion. “Understanding the Connection between Race and Social Determinants of Health,” with...
Antonia Sepulveda, MD, PhD, describes how her team in the Department of Pathology acted quickly to establish COVID-19 testing capabilities at GW.
In a concerted effort to support the health, safety, and well-being of GW employees an Occupational Health Program is being developed with the help of university leaders alongside SMHS and the GW MFA.
As SMHS strives to make anti-racism an indelible part of its culture, a new educational series will help students, faculty, and staff better understand concepts such as anti-racism and structural racism.
Huerta, an internationally recognized medical oncologist and epidemiologist, talks about how he developed the Cancer Preventorium, and his goals for the center at the GW Cancer Center.