Physician Profile: A Physician Who Wears Many Hats – Wife, Mother, Doctor, Baker

Premier Pulse     August 2017

1407078231Elizabeth Marriott, MD, sees patients at the Clinical Neuroscience Institute.

What is your specialty?
Vascular neurology

What brought you to Premier Health?
A great opportunity to practice stroke neurology with a great team and a highly successful program!

Why did you choose medicine as a career?
The connection between helping people with medical issues that affect their daily lives, and the fascinating science behind medicine.

Who are the people who influenced and/or mentored you?
My parents, biochemistry professor from college, several outstanding physicians at Loyola, and dear friend Jim W.

How do you describe your bedside manner?
Calm, compassionate, careful listener and hopefully one who explains to the patient their plan of care in a way that is easily understood.

What is one thing most people don’t know about you?
I love to bake, and wish I could do more.

How do you want to be remembered?
As a mom and a wife who dearly loves her family, and a clinician who tries her best every day for her patients.

What is the last book you read? (Please include title and author)
Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg

What is your favorite song in your playlist?
“What If” by Five For Fighting

iPhone or Android?

Early bird or night owl?
Night owl!

Beach bum or mountain hiker?
Mountain hiker

Dress shoes or tennis shoes?
Tennis shoes

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