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Dr. Katherine Goodrich

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Hospitalist Medicine

George Washington University Hospital

Assistant Professor of Medicine

George Washington University Hospital

Affiliations

Attention Member
The Choral Arts Society of Washington

Education

MD

Rhodes College

medical degree

Louisiana State University Medical Center

Web References (7 Total References)


Press Release - Delmarva Foundation Announces 2007 Trustee Awardees

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The winner for the District of Columbia is Katherine Goodrich, MD,Director of Hospitalist Medicine at George Washington University Hospital since 1999. Dr. Goodman trains residents and medical students at GWUH, directs the Division of Hospital Medicine, and is Chair of the Institutional Review Board. She graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn., and received her medical degree from Louisiana State University Medical Center in Shreveport, Louisiana.


TubaDocs

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Kate Goodrich is another doctor-musician who can't conceive of a life without music. "Music is such an intrinsic part of my life that I can't imagine not being involved with it in a significant way," says Dr. Goodrich. A hospitalist and assistant professor at George Washington University Hospital, she also sings in a prestigious 190-person choir, the Choral Arts Society of Washington. "I've always been around music," she says. "My mother and my sister are great singers, and growing up, I always saw them walking around the house singing away. Dr. Goodrich took piano lessons for 20 years, starting at the age of four. In college, she made the switch from piano to singing, in part because singing practice wasn't as time-consuming as piano lessons. After finishing her residency, Dr. Goodrich joined the Choral Arts Society of Washington. "Interacting with people at the choir society, where we have such a diverse group of people, has made me a more well-rounded person who can interact with human beings better, and consequently, treat patients better," says Dr. Goodrich.


Choral Arts Society of Washington | Chorus Roster

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Kate Goodrich


The winner for the District of ...

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The winner for the District of Columbia is Katherine Goodrich, MD, Director of Hospitalist Medicine at George Washington University Hospital since 1999.Dr. Goodman trains residents and medical students at GWUH, directs the Division of Hospital Medicine, and is Chair of the Institutional Review Board.She graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn., and received her medical degree from Louisiana State University


AAMC Reporter 2002: Doctor-Musicians: Juggling a Commitment to Medicine and a Passion for Music

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Kate Goodrich is another doctor-musician who can't conceive of a life without music."Music is such an intrinsic part of my life that I can't imagine not being involved with it in a significant way," says Dr. Goodrich.A hospitalist and assistant professor at George Washington University Hospital, she also sings in a prestigious 190-person choir, the Choral Arts Society of Washington."I've always been around music," she says."My mother and my sister are great singers, and growing up, I always saw them walking around the house singing away."Dr. Goodrich took piano lessons for 20 years, starting at the age of four.In college, she made the switch from piano to singing, in part because singing practice wasn't as time-consuming as piano lessons.After finishing her residency, Dr. Goodrich joined the Choral Arts Society of Washington."Interacting with people at the choir society, where we have such a diverse group of people, has made me a more well-rounded person who can interact with human beings better, and consequently, treat patients better," says Dr. Goodrich.

People skills, and a greater social awareness, are abilities other doctor-musicians say they developed from having second careers as musicians, or simply from practicing music part time.

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