Blythe Winchester, a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indian group, was featured in the American Society on Aging, Generations Today. The article outlines Winchester’s fascinating career path to becoming an esteemed geriatric clinician and focuses on how Winchester incorporates her heritage into her care. Winchester discusses the shortage of geriatricians, and the importance of equipping primary care providers with the skills necessary to provide quality care to our aging population.
When talking about the people she serves Winchester stated;
“I’m constantly amazed by what awesome people our tribal members are and what they’ve been through”
We, at IA2, are thankful to have such an accomplished and committed individual serving on our Advisory Group.
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