Jess Osterman On The Front Lines In California

A clinical associate professor of emergency medicine at Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center, Jess Osterman never expected to be on the front lines of a global pandemic. When she enrolled at UNC in 1999 and joined the women's lacrosse team, she wasn't even thinking of pursuing a career in health care. She planned to be an FBI agent. (


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