Leaders Wear Ocean
Ebb + Flow
Nodding to the ocean’s ability to transition from dark, explosive waves to serene, clear calm, this new color was inspired by all clinicians’ need for regenerative balance between work and mental health.
Heather Truchelut, NP
Heather Truchelut, NP, a Family Nurse Practitioner from New Jersey, always knew she wanted to be in medicine having come from a family of physicians. As a multi-skilled professional with 15 years of nursing experience and a background in critical care, emergency and occupational medicine, she now loves the everyday nuances of general surgery.
Cedric "Jamie" Rutland, MD
Pulmonary & Critical Care
Pulmonary disease hit close to home when Dr. Cedric “Jamie” Rutland’s grandfather passed away from emphysema while he was in medical school. Now as a Pulmonary Critical Care Physician, business owner, and spokesperson for the American Lung Association, Dr. Rutland has a passion for educating others and speaking his truth.
Monica Kieu, DO, FACS
For Dr. Kieu, medicine is not just her profession, it’s who she is. As a Facial Plastic Surgeon, she understands how important the face is and believes it represents emotion, health, and youthfulness. She feels a sense of accomplishment knowing that she is helping her patients put their best face forward.
Aamisha Gupta, MD
As a Board Certified Pediatric and Congenital Cardiologist, Dr. Gupta had her heart set on cardiology after shadowing a cardiac anesthesiologist during open heart surgery when she was in high school. With all of the advances in cardiac imaging modalities and non-invasive and invasive interventions, she finds this ever-evolving field fascinating.
Anthony Gauthier, PA-C, ATC
Anthony Gauthier, PA-C, is a Sports Medicine Physician Assistant with over 10 years of experience. His passion for teaching led him to publish Your Journey to Becoming A Physician Assistant, all while mentoring hundreds of students and serving as the Board Member for the California Academy of Physician Assistants (Past Chair of the Public Relations Committee).
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