Listee Features — Anesthesiology


After pursuing a career as a real estate agent and a restaurant owner, Carolyn M. Rubin decided to switch careers so that she could dedicate more time with her two children. One night, she witnessed a commercial for medical assistance and began seeking certifications in the field. From 2001 until 2006, Ms. Rubin gained valuable expertise in the field as a reimbursement coordinator for Oncology Hematology West before transferring to Texas Oncology as the associate director of health information services for the remainder of the 2000s. Subsequently, Ms. Rubin found success as a practice administrator for Texas Oncology from 2010 until 2012, and a director of reimbursement support services for McKesson Specialty Health and the U.S. Oncology Network for the

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When Jeannette Emily Barnes was born, she faced a serious and life-threatening medical condition. The hospital had never seen a case like hers before and thought she was going to die, but she beat the odds because a surgeon there took a chance. This inspired Ms. Barnes to pursue health care, too; she wanted to give back and help others through situations like hers. To help make her dreams a reality, she earned a diploma in nursing from Temple University in 1958, a Bachelor of Science in nursing education from Wilkes College in 1969, and a Master of Arts in counseling from Marywood College in 1981. She also became a certified legal nurse consultant through Kaplan College, a licensed professional

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Determined and willing to take chances, Caryl J. Guth worked hard to achieve her goal of becoming an anesthesiologist. She believes strongly in the importance of committing fully to dreams and thus, she started her professional journey at Mars Hill College, where she earned an Associate of Arts in 1955. Dr. Guth proceeded to obtain a Bachelor of Science and an MD from Wake Forest University in 1957 and 1962, respectively, after which she interned at the University of Kansas Medical Center and served as a resident in anesthesiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She also earned certification as a diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology. ​ After completing her residency in 1965, Dr. Guth wasted

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