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S Luckett G
Second best at everything. EM Physician . PEM Physician . She/Her. . Alumna
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S Luckett G 12h
When you put it that way, I really don’t mind anymore.
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S Luckett G 14h
Once an emergency physician, I am now not but a COVID swabologist.
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S Luckett G Sep 8
Hey ‘chancre’ is pronounced ‘shan-ker’ not ‘can-ker’. That’s a different lesion. Stupidly confusing, I know!
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S Luckett G Jul 28
Same same. I try to keep work away from home, but I do call patients to see how they are doing if they seem like they might need a little extra TLC or I am worried about them in any way.
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S Luckett G Jul 28
Oooh he just a little ball of naughty!!
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S Luckett G Jul 28
Replying to @SKHughesMD
Agreed.
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S Luckett G Jul 24
I’m sorry, but it seems I need a moment to search for my eyeballs, which seem to have rolled away. There are real issues of professionalism in medicine, and this ain’t it.
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S Luckett G Jul 24
Replying to @TChanMD
Let’s say I did and start there!
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S Luckett G Jul 24
Replying to @bushramaliakhan
Missed you too!!
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S Luckett G Jul 24
Replying to @jrgarries
Okay, cool.
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S Luckett G Jul 24
Replying to @Medibrat
A little too long. And I’m not sure whether I’m back.
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S Luckett G Jul 24
Replying to @2000_kyle
Perfect!
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S Luckett G Jul 24
Replying to @CanadianKayMD
Okay, so nothing major then. Good to know.
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S Luckett G Jul 18
Okay, so what did I miss?
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S Luckett G retweeted
Hashtag Health Podcast May 12
Replying to @_HashtagHealth
The response to an unknown entity is going to be, by definition, a series of trials and errors informed by previous experience and theory. We must be agile and adjust our ways of living and practicing medicine based on evolving information.
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S Luckett G retweeted
Hashtag Health Podcast May 12
In theory, we know how to handle deviations from normal. In practice, we do too! I’ll be the first to admit that no individual, institution or countries response to the pandemic has been perfect.
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S Luckett G retweeted
Hashtag Health Podcast May 12
Replying to @SLuckettG
We are learning about COVID-19 as we go. Still, We've managed to implement rapid changes in the way we work, provide care, and live our lives over the past several months. - Full Episode found on Apple Podcasts and Spotify under Hashtag Health
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S Luckett G May 3
Some of us are less adventurous than others, but that’s alright too.
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S Luckett G May 3
Replying to @ALubeyMD
We love our deck. We are very lucky that the previous owners put a lot of work into this house over the years.
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S Luckett G retweeted
Hashtag Health Podcast May 3
“Flattening the curve means that the pandemic may take longer to work through our population...but it also means that we are able to provide healthcare to many more patients because they are spread out over time, never stressing our system to a critical breaking point”-
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