April 17, 2018 - Am I Helping My Patient Commit Assisted Suicide? A Patient's Request to Deactivate Her Cardiac Pacemaker with Dr. Virginia Boothe and Rev. Amy Holtz


Join us on April 17, 2018 at 10am Pacific Time for Dr. Virginia Boothe and Rev. Amy Holtz's Interprofessional Case Presentation


Virginia Boothe, MD attended Virginia Commonwealth University for her undergraduate degree. She received her medical degree from Oregon Health Sciences University and completed her internal medicine internship and residency from the University of Virginia Medical Center. In addition, Dr. Boothe completed a general internal medicine fellowship from the University of Virginia. Dr. Boothe is board certified in internal medicine, hospice and palliative medicine.

Rev. Amy Holtz, M.Div., BCC completed her B.A. in Sociology and Religion at the University of Richmond in 1991, and received her Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in Richmond in 1994. Amy has served in various ministry roles for over 20 years. She began working closely with the Bon Secours Richmond Palliative Medicine team during her chaplain residency before joining the team full-time in 2013. Amy is a member of the Association of Professional Chaplains and was Board Certified in 2015.

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