Dr. Sebastian Sepulveda has been a doctor for almost 30 years. After med school at the University of Chile, he worked in emergency medicine. A few years later, he was a professor of medicine for three years in Georgia. Since 2000, he has been in private practice specializing in hospital medicine and kidney diseases. With his extensive experience, he is passionate about caring for the terminally ill.
Dr. Sepulveda as a doctor
He is or has been a member of several professional organizations that deal with terminal patients, including the Society of Critical Care Medicine, the American Society of Nephrology, the Renal Physicians Association, and the American College of Chest Physicians. He has about a half-dozen publications in medical journals.
Internal Medical Degree – The University of Miami
Doctor of Medicine – The University of Chile
CCM Fellow – Icahn School of Medicine, NYC
Nephrology Fellow – Duke University
Associate Professor of Nephrology – Medical College of Georgia
Private practice in Massachusetts
End-of-life Care Doctor
Primary Care Physician
Former Associate Professor of Medicine
Dr. Sepulveda as a Speaker
Ready to speak on End of life, on a variety of subjects, specially hospital related matters