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A Conversation with Dr. Karen Randall & Dr. Brad Roberts: An In Depth Look at the Effects Of Cannabis in a Small Town (Part Two‪)‬ The Hamilton Review

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In part two of this special series, Dr. Bob speaks again with Dr. Karen Randall and Dr. Brad Roberts, emergency room physicians in Pueblo, Colorado. Doctors Randall and Roberts share more details and statistics about how marijuana use can ruin a community. This is a must listen episode!
About Dr. Karen Randall:
Residency trained in pediatrics, emergency medicine and family practice Academic teaching faculty at Henry Ford Department of Emergency medicine, former Teacher of the year - Henry Ford Hospital residency, Sinai Grace Hospital Member SAMHSA Marijuana Technical Expert Panel, 9/2019 Certified in Cannabis Science and Medicine, University of Vermont School of Medicine Co-President of Parents Opposed to Pot.
About Dr. Brad Roberts:
Professional Experience: Southern Colorado Emergency Medical Associates, Parkview Medical Center - 2015-Present. Pueblo, CO. Level 2 Trauma Center. 85,000 annual visits. Emergency Medicine Physician Miners Colfax Medical Center. Raton, NM. Frontier, Critical Access Hospital - 2015-Present. Staff Emergency Medicine Physician. UNM Hospital. Albuquerque, NM. Level 1 Trauma Center. 93,000 annual visits - 2015-Present. 21,000 pediatric. Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine. Sandoval Regional Medical Center. Rio Rancho, NM. Level 3 Trauma Center - 2014-2015. 43,000 annual visits. Moonlighting Emergency Medicine Resident Presbyterian Hospital. Albuquerque, NM. Level 2 Trauma Center. 72,500 - 2014-2015. Annual visits. Moonlighting Staff Physician. UNM Hospital. Albuquerque, NM. Level 1 Trauma Center. 93,000 annual visits - 2012-2015. 21,000 pediatric. Emergency Medicine resident.
Education: University of New Mexico: Emergency Medicine Residency - 2012-2015. Medical College of Wisconsin: Doctor of Medicine - 2008-2012. Brigham Young University: BS Exercise Science, Cum Laude - 2002-2008.
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In part two of this special series, Dr. Bob speaks again with Dr. Karen Randall and Dr. Brad Roberts, emergency room physicians in Pueblo, Colorado. Doctors Randall and Roberts share more details and statistics about how marijuana use can ruin a community. This is a must listen episode!
About Dr. Karen Randall:
Residency trained in pediatrics, emergency medicine and family practice Academic teaching faculty at Henry Ford Department of Emergency medicine, former Teacher of the year - Henry Ford Hospital residency, Sinai Grace Hospital Member SAMHSA Marijuana Technical Expert Panel, 9/2019 Certified in Cannabis Science and Medicine, University of Vermont School of Medicine Co-President of Parents Opposed to Pot.
About Dr. Brad Roberts:
Professional Experience: Southern Colorado Emergency Medical Associates, Parkview Medical Center - 2015-Present. Pueblo, CO. Level 2 Trauma Center. 85,000 annual visits. Emergency Medicine Physician Miners Colfax Medical Center. Raton, NM. Frontier, Critical Access Hospital - 2015-Present. Staff Emergency Medicine Physician. UNM Hospital. Albuquerque, NM. Level 1 Trauma Center. 93,000 annual visits - 2015-Present. 21,000 pediatric. Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine. Sandoval Regional Medical Center. Rio Rancho, NM. Level 3 Trauma Center - 2014-2015. 43,000 annual visits. Moonlighting Emergency Medicine Resident Presbyterian Hospital. Albuquerque, NM. Level 2 Trauma Center. 72,500 - 2014-2015. Annual visits. Moonlighting Staff Physician. UNM Hospital. Albuquerque, NM. Level 1 Trauma Center. 93,000 annual visits - 2012-2015. 21,000 pediatric. Emergency Medicine resident.
Education: University of New Mexico: Emergency Medicine Residency - 2012-2015. Medical College of Wisconsin: Doctor of Medicine - 2008-2012. Brigham Young University: BS Exercise Science, Cum Laude - 2002-2008.
How to contact Dr. Bob:
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Instagram 

Facebook

Seven Secrets Of The Newborn

Website

Pacific Ocean Pediatrics

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