When we get to the bottom of the Grady mess, it seems to me that we’re going to have to get to the bottom of the Emory mess. I have always, perhaps unfairly, thought that a lot of the Emory folks walk around with a sense of entitlement due to inordinate self perceived superiority. The Grady mess seems to play into that. It’s as if the Emory folks took the view that they were entitled to live off Grady because, well, they are Emory and Emory works for a greater good that the hoi polloi just might not understand.
Now we’ve got a series of troubling stories out of Emory that should, regardless of our politics, give us cause for discomfort.
First, as Jason noted, we have an Emory student editor who called into question Emory’s conduct. But, once he was granted an internship with Emory Healthcare, all of a sudden he considered his prior views to be those of folks having a