Tag Archives: DC

Photo Friday: A new view of the Shaw Neighborhood at Night, Washington, DC USA



View DC People and Places 47357 on Flickr.com This week’s photograph was taken from a vantage point that’s new to Washington, DC, from the top of O Street Market, in a part of the City that has gone unbelievable change in the last 5 years. See: O Street Market: Symbol of violence becomes a marker » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: Washington, DC Sunset with Air Force Memorial



View DC people and Places 46459 on Flickr.com Isn’t Washington, DC beautiful? Similar Posts: Photo Friday: National Defense University at Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, DC Photo Friday: Diverse communities … Photo Friday: At @ExposedDC with @ReginaHolliday Journey isn’t over: Going to the 50th Anniversary March on Washington Photo Friday: Love Always Wins

Photo Friday: Our generation is changing everything for people who are LGB and Transgender



In the end, we were all inspired by Mother Teresa. View Casa Ruby Check Presentation 46369 on Flickr.com I got to accompany the first runner up Stonewall Darts Team, part of Stonewall Sports (@StonewallSports) “Tall Dart and Handsome” to present the second prize winnings to their selected charity, Casa Ruby DC (@casarubyDC) this week, in the amount of » » » » on to the full article

Just Read: Walkable Urban Places – Boston poised to surpass Washington, DC?



This  new report, continuing on 2012’s “The WalkUP Wake-Up Call” (see: Now Reading: Walking and walkable urban places will drive an economic as well as a health renaissance | Ted Eytan, MD), goes beyond celebration of Washington, DC as the national model for walkable urban places (WalkUPs – get it?), to look at impact of WalkUPs » » » » on to the full article

A tour of/from the future, Georgetown School of Medicine, Washington, DC USA



E Pluribus Innovator View on Flickr After a long delayed scheduling process (medical students are BUSY), I got to take a tour of the medical education experience of fellow future inhabitant Konstantin Karmazin (@zenkkarma) at our local medical school with a family medicine department (@GUFamilyMed),  Georgetown University School of Medicine. From time to time I end up » » » » on to the full article

Do you know determination when you see it? Casa Ruby 2nd Anniversary, Washington, DC USA



Casa Ruby 2nd Anniversary, View on Flickr.com I love watching people lead. It’s something I realized this week. Probably why I am drawn to being a Permanente physician, because of the strong leadership culture at Kaiser Permanente. And also why I recognize leadership when I see it. I’ve known Ruby Corado, a humanist and transgender » » » » on to the full article

Health Datapalooza Week, Washington, DC USA



Todd Park (View on Flickr.com) This week in Washington, DC has been (and is usually) Health Datapalooza (@hdpalooza): Health Datapalooza is a national conference focused on liberating health data, and bringing together the companies, startups, academics, government agencies, and individuals with the newest and most innovative and effective uses of health data to improve patient outcomes. UK » » » » on to the full article