Author: Mary Beth Vallar

The Philosophy And Fiction Of Dr. Verghese

“Often people want to put two hats on me; one of a writer and one of a physician,” Dr. Abraham Verghese tells his audience at a recent meeting of the Indian River Literary Society. “But I will tell you honestly that I don’t see myself that way at all. I see myself completely as a physician. For me, all the writing comes out of the great privilege of being a physician.”

From The Ashes, A Center Reborn

Before the intense fire was brought under control, the Wet Lab, a classroom and a second building that housed bathroom facilities, were totally consumed – a total of 4,500 square feet of space and half of the ELC’s structures.