Black History Month: Rebecca Lee Crumpler, M.D.

Sonya Sloan, M.D., shares the legacy of Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler, the first African American M.D., who inspired generations of Black women in healthcare. Why is it so essential to know Black history? It secures a lineage of hope and inspiration for those who will follow to become doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers in medicine.…

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2021: 5 Ways to Motivate Yourself

Sonya M. Sloan, MD, shares proven methods that can assist you in setting and achieving your goals for the new year. Ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one, Happy New Year! We made it. And with a sigh of relief, yes, 2021 is finally here. So now, after a year like none other and…

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Op-Ed: Clinic Consultant Note on Racism in America

How sick, toxic, and broken is America for African Americans? The medical community’s lack of response to urgently deal with racism is felt to be hypocritical with the name of caregiver. As a Black female orthopedic surgeon, less than 2% in the nation, I was trained to fix broken things. Racism in America is not…

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SLOAN STEM+Arts 2019 Summer Camp

Our purpose is to increase the number of minority students in STEM careers through early exposure, economical programs and relatable mentoring. The summer camp held each year for 5 days in North Houston/Humble area in partnership with The Luke Church (Dr. Timothy Sloan, Senior Pastor)

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