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If a medical office played one album on a loop, what would you choose?


Open Spotify and check out these albums!

Passion in the Medical Profession | August 5, 2022 | <1 min read


Dr. Carl Streed Jr., Boston Medical Center

Miles Davis’ “Sketches of Spain.” 

Dr. Mike Fingerhood, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s “Deja vu.” Still have my vinyl copy.

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Dr. Margaret Chisolm

NOT Joni Mitchell’s “Blue.” :o)

Dr. Mariah Robertson, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Nina Simone’s “Baltimore.”

Dr. Scott Wright, Johns Hopkins Medicine

The Beatle’s “Revolver.” While there are timeless songs like “Good Day Sunshine,” “Taxman,” “Yellow Submarine,” and “Eleanor Rigby,” there are also some medically related tracks like “Doctor Robert” and “Tomorrow Never Knows.” @PaulMcCartney @ringostarrmusic

Dr. Frank Cacace, Northwell Health

“Moondance,” Van Morrison. “Take Five,” Brubeck.

Kimberly Williams, Admin Specialist, Johns Hopkins Medicine

“Meet The Beatles.” This 1964 classic would be my choice in a waiting room.

Dr. Shannon Scott-Vernaglia, Mass General

In our peds office I’d have to vote for “SnackTime,” by @barenakedladies!

Jocelyn Lee, MPH student, Toronto

“The Phantom Thread,” by Johnny Greenwood. I never get sick of it!

Dr. Jeff Millstein, Penn Medicine

Steely Dan’s “Aja.” Never get tired of it.