Jolion McGreevy, MD, MBE, MPH

Jolion McGreevy, MD, MBE, MPH,director of undergraduate medical education and assistant residency director, emergency medicine, Boston Medical Center. Working at the largest safety-net hospital in New England, Dr. McGreevy has distinguished himself with the ability to engage underserved patients with …

John Saroyan, MD

Dr. Saroyan became interested in end-of-life care when he was 15 years old, after his favorite high school teacher’s son died at the age of five. Dr. Arthur Ablin, Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics at the University of California at San …

Marian Hodges, MD, MPH

In a multifaceted professional life, Dr. Hodges teaches ethics and palliative care at Providence Center for Health Care Ethics, cares for geriatric patients, and coordinates postgraduate resident education in geriatric medicine.

Ross Albert, MD, PHD

Dr. Albert has understood the importance of compassion and empathy in care at the end of life since his residency serving a diverse patient population near Philadelphia. Colleagues describe him as a physician who “cares for the whole family while treating the one patient who is in crisis,” and as a leader and an advocate “spreading the philosophy of palliative care both within and without the hospital.”

Rashmi Sharma, MD, MHS

Dr. Sharma is passionate about caring for diverse patient populations and helping patients to receive care concordant with their values and goals while supporting families in a culturally sensitive way. As a medical educator, she teaches about end-of-life communication skills and cross-cultural issues at the end of life.

Keith M. Swetz, MD, MA, FACP, FAAHPM

Dr. Swetz, who has a master’s degree in bioethics and health policy from Loyola University Chicago, has a strong interest in ethical decision-making, particularly as it relates to advanced medical technologies. He has written more than 75 peer-reviewed manuscripts and given more than 150 educational presentations related to these topics.