Dr. Ellen Tedaldi is an icon at Temple University Hospital and the Lewis Katz School of Medicine. She is beloved by patients, students and colleagues alike. Dr. Tedaldi has been caring for AIDS and HIV patients since before the disease had a name, and she continues to care for her patients today, still making home visits even in a pandemic. We caught up with Dr. Tedaldi before the coronavirus pandemic swept the world and nation to talk about her life in medicine, and we think the interview is as relevant and interesting today as ever.
Thanks for tuning into our latest podcast, Narratives of North Broad, Stories from Temple Health. This is Hank Davis, a medical student, joined by Michael Vitez, Director of Narrative Medicine at Temple. Now, Dr. Ellen Tedaldi...
(Note: this episode was recorded on October 8, 2019)