In Celebration of National Doctors’ Day
We celebrate National Doctors’ Day because our physicians and clinicians are at the center of all that we do. From providing high-quality care to advocating for patients’ rights, Envision’s more than 25,000 physicians and clinicians are improving the health of communities across the U.S.
Today, as we thank physicians for making a difference in patients’ lives one moment at a time, we’re taking a look at “the moment” in which three physician leaders knew they were destined to practice medicine.
Watch the videos to learn more about their medical journeys, philosophies, commitment to patients and more.
Adam Blomberg, M.D., FASA
Anesthesiologist and Regional Medical Director and National Education Director for Anesthesia Services
"When I was being wheeled out of the hospital by a couple of the nurses, I looked at one of them and said, 'Don't worry, I'll be back in 15 years as a doctor here.' I had been given life, and I wanted to give life back." See the moment Dr. Blomberg knew he would become a physician.
Shiree Berry, M.D.
Surgeon and Assistant Trauma Medical Director at Houston Northwest Hospital
"I remember in my kindergarten interview thinking I have to do well in this interview, so I can get into this school, so I can get into the right high school, so I can get into the right college, so I can finally get into medical school. My journey has really been intentional in that way ever since.” From an early age, Dr. Berry knew medicine was the field for her. Watch the video to learn more.
Jeffrey Rabrich, D.O., FACEP, FAEMS
Emergency Physician and Chairman of Emergency Medicine at Montefiore Nyack Hospital
"Nobody could have saved my father. But, these doctors, they saved my grandfather. I came to realize that medicine was what I wanted to do as a profession.” See how the care Dr. Rabrich’s grandfather received in the Emergency Department influenced his journey into medicine.
This Doctors’ Day and every day, join us in recognizing physicians and clinicians for all that they do.