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Saturday, September 19 • 8:00am - 8:30am
Life on the Front Lines

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Three Texas doctors talk about caring for gravely ill coronavirus patients — and themselves.

This session was available to ticket holders of the 2020 Texas Tribune Festival for the duration of the monthlong event.

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This session is supported by Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas.

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Emma Platoff

Justice and Politics Reporter at The Texas Tribune

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Hana El Sahly

Infectious Disease Expert and Associate Professor at Baylor College of Medicine
El Sahly is an infectious disease specialist and an associate professor of molecular virology, microbiology and infectious diseases at the Baylor College of Medicine. She is an investigator at the Baylor College of Medicine Vaccine Research Center and principal investigator at the... Read More →
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Jamil Madi

Chief of Critical Care Medicine and Director of the Intensive Care Unit at Valley Baptist Hospital
Madi serves as the chief of critical care medicine and director of the intensive care unit at Valley Baptist Medical Center in Harlingen, Texas. He specializes in general pulmonary medicine and has over 23 years of experience in the medical field.
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Rohith Saravanan

Chief Medical Officer of Odessa Regional Medical Center
Saravanan serves as the chief medical officer for the Odessa Regional Medical Center, a 225 bed tertiary care hospital, and the Scenic Mountain Medical Center, a 146 bed full-service community hospital in Big Spring, Texas. Previously, he served as chief medical officer of MASH Urgent... Read More →

Saturday September 19, 2020 8:00am - 8:30am CDT