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Emily Bendlin, MD

Emily Bendlin

About the Author:

Pediatrician Dr. Emily Bendlin has always had a passion for working with kids and parents.

"I've always liked medicine, but more importantly I've always liked kids," Dr. Bendlin said. "During my pediatric rotation, it was the 'aha' moment. It was so fun and I was so excited when I went home. I knew at that time this is it for me – pediatrics is where I’m supposed to be."

Dr. Bendlin wakes up every morning excited and ready to take on new challenges that await her at Methodist Physicians Clinic Gretna.


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