Congratulations to Dartmouth alumnus Freddie Fu, MD (DC’74, Med’75), who received the Elizabeth Winston Lanier Award for his career contribution to anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction and advances in patient care, bestowed by the Kappa Delta Sorority along with the Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation.
I sheepishly make my way through the crowded, chaotic waiting room of Friend Family Health Center, one of the free primary care clinics here on Chicago’s South Side.
Freddie Fu, MD, a 1975 graduate of Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine, shared his “20 Thoughts for Young Doctors” in his keynote speech to first-year medical students at the school’s a annual White Coat ceremony.
The keynote speaker, a slight, dignified, gray-haired woman, made her way to the podium. Now retired, she had long been a respected and beloved physician.