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Crystal Farrington

Crystal Farrington, MD

By my second year of internal medicine residency, I knew I wanted to be a nephrologist. Like many others who choose nephrology as a specialty, I enjoyed the challenge of solving complex acid–base problems or working up suspected glomerulonephritis. At the same time, I had grown to love procedures. My residency program was relatively small, and internal medicine residents performed nearly all of the bedside procedures in the ICU. It was satisfying to have a direct impact on the care of my patients through my ability to place a central line or endotracheal tube and deliver the