Ketchup on my scrapple, cream in my coffee, pen in my hand and an exceptionally bright surgery center administrator seated across the booth from me. Someone just like you, a jack of all trades, a wearer of many hats, chief custodian and caretaker of a busy surgical center. Before she ventured out to talk up her facility to surgeons, she met us for breakfast. We picked up the check as well as a few nuances about the business of surgery, little things we'd never have known if we didn't get out from behind our desks. For example:
Breakfast With a Reader
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