Marcia Louisa Goodman

43d39cd9fd7e26Title: Medical Resident

Company: Knox Cardiology Practice

Location: East Hartford, Conn.

For the past 52 years, Marcia Goodman has been a compassionate and steady force in the health care sector. Skilled in cardiology and nursing, Dr. Goodman serves as a medical resident at Knox Cardiology Practice.

Having worked in health care for more than five decades, Dr. Goodman has garnered various professional experiences. She was a registered nurse for nine and a half years, and was a laboratory technician for the American Red Cross for 15 years. Additionally, Dr. Goodman worked for the Social Security Administration and Medicare for about five years, beginning in 1967.

Dr. Goodman laid the foundation for her prosperous career by receiving an honorary MD from Yale University, where she also earned a Ph.D in 2006.

A dynamic member of her industry, Dr. Goodman maintains various affiliations. She is a member of the supreme council for the Order of the Amaranth, Inc. and the American Diabetes Association. She is also dedicated to the community, as she is a consistent donor for toys to children with cancer around the holiday season. In addition, Dr. Goodman supports the organizations of the Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, the Order of the Eastern Star, the American Red Cross, the SPCA and the National Wildlife Federation.

In addition to being a skilled nurse, Dr. Goodman is heavily active in the theater community. She has been the assistant director of “The Championship Season” on Broadway. Also, she has worked on the soap opera “Another World” and has appeared in a production of “The Taming of the Shrew.” For a couple of years, she served as the manager for a community theater.

Dr. Goodman states, “I have always felt that if at first you don’t succeed, you must persevere. Follow your dreams and never give up. There is no obstacle too large to overcome.”

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