AJ Layon – that is me – has been at the University of Florida College of Medicine for the past 28 years – seems like a lifetime – as a trainee, faculty member, and as Chief of the Division of Critical Care Medicine.  It is my honor to have been associated with the Gainesville Fire Rescue Service as their medical director since about 1995.

As of 15 September of 2011, I took up residence at a large health system in central Pennsylvania, as the Director of the multidisciplinary Critical Care Medicine group; this ended in 2017.

I have, since 2015, worked with Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF, Doctors without Borders).

Of course, all opinions here are my own, and DO NOT necessarily reflect the positions of leadership of said health system.

While my interests are primarily related to health care, health care reform, and ethical issues, as a citizen of our United States and our world, I will occasionally opine on issues of our “time and destiny”. You are welcome to respond in the comments section here.

The blog itself will be updated as time and clinical and administrative assignments allow.

In his Comment Rules (http://www.juancole.com/2005/11/comment-section-rules-comment-section.html), Professor Cole notes his preference for “meaty” content that adds to the discussion.  Couldn’t have said it better.  So if you respond, especially if you disagree, be serious, and factual.

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