@Copyright 2012 Bobby Hutchinson
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More than anything in the world, physician Greg Brulotte loved a challenge.
He was a warrior of sorts, and St. Joe’s ER was his battle zone, he sometimes reflected with satisfaction and pride. After all, he and his staff were the last line of defense for those unfortunate souls who, due to accident or design, were hell-bent on eternity.
Greg was hell-bent on keeping them alive.
During his student days at Vancouver’s St. Joseph’s Medical Center, he’d realized that the emergency room was the most frequently used facility. Fascinated and challenged by the life-and-death struggles waged there, he chose the ER as his specialty.
Looking around on this Friday afternoon in late November, he concluded that the ER was running true to form.