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Medical Roundtable; Art with Heart in Healthcare

De'laysia, age 6, Scary Sunshine
Amber Sesnick
MOCA Jacksonville
De'laysia, age 6, starting work on her painting, "Scary Sunshine," featured in MOCA Jacksonville's "A Decade of Art With a Heart" exhibit.

For our first episode of season two, we examined the biggest healthcare headlines with our monthly medical roundtable.

This month’s topics included:

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This month’s panelists, who also answered listeners’ questions, were:

  • Dr. Daniel Correa, Deputy Chief of Neurology at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City and editor of the American Academy of Neurology’s Brain & Life podcast 
  • Dr. Sunil Joshi, a practicing internist and allergy/immunology specialist in Jacksonville and Chair of the Duval County Medical Society Foundation
  • Dr. Juliana Kling, a practicing women’s health specialist and Chair of the Division of Women’s Health at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale 
  • Dr. Dacre Knight, a practicing internist and Chair of the Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Clinic at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville


MOCA Jacksonville and Art with a Heart in Healthcare have collaborated on special exhibitions of artworks by pediatric patients in Northeast Florida for a decade. In order to celebrate this milestone, the organizations recently unveiled “A Decade of Art with a Heart: Celebrating Ten Years of Partnership,” a retrospective of select works from past exhibitions. Brooke McKinney of Art With a Heart Healthcare joined us to discuss the exhibition in more detail.

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Heather is the senior producer of WJCT 89.9 FM talk shows including First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, the Florida Roundup and What's Health Got to Do with It?