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When she examines a patient to determine a diagnosis, Natalie Pippin Britt ’08 relies on the critical thinking skills she developed as an undergraduate at Gardner-Webb University. The first-year resident in family medicine at Memorial Hospital in Savannah, Ga., began her educational journey as a religious studies major. She had considered vocational ministry, but soon realized her calling was outside the church.
Chemistry, Department of Natual Sciences, Family Medicine, GWU Department of Religious Studies and Philosophy, Liberal Arts, Memorial Hospital in Savannah, Natalie Pippin Britt
Office of University Communications, "GWU Alumna Combined Religious Studies and Chemistry to Prepare for Medical School" (2017). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 715.