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Taylor Riall, a GI surgeon who performs approximately 400 operations a year, knows first-hand how sick patients are at Johns Hopkins.

Critical Condition
Cases don’t get much more complex than they are at Johns Hopkins. No one knows that better than the physicians themselves.

What she wouldn’t give for an appendectomy. A simple gallbladder. A routine hernia, for heaven’s sake! Instead, day after day, surgeon Taylor Riall finds herself operating on gravely ill patients with terribly complex conditions.

Riall is assistant chief of service (ACS) on a one-year faculty fellowship in gastrointestinal surgery. Having completed her residency training at Hopkins last year, she is now an instructor on the faculty, with her own patients and her own OR time.

In this one year, Riall is expected to perform approximately 400 operations.

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A new service brings mind-body healing to Hopkins.
A Matter of Quick Recall
Introducing RASMAS, the revolutionary patient safety tool.
The Cath Lab Connection
When it comes to collaboration between JHH and Bayview, cardiology sets the pace.
Where the Beds Are
An online system takes the guesswork out of finding space for patients.

From Dusk Till Dawn
Pager in hand, JHH’s new evening administrator is poised to fix nightly issues.
Promising Miracles, Delivering Deception
A collection of trade cards evokes the era of patent medicine.
Tom Koenig: Up to the Match
The new associate dean for student affairs gears up for Match Day.
On the Job with: Alvin Henson
Meet Bayview’s enterprising receiving supervisor.
Time Off with: Jennifer Breakey
A SICU nurse climbs Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak.

We Heart Dean Miller
Students from St. Peter’s School in Mt. Vernon present a valentine.

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