The Right Side of Perfect

Random Acts of Kindness

Posted by Aisha Khan on September 19, 2019

Since my surgery I have developed a fear of crossing the street or walking across a crowd of people. Something I had been doing for 30+ years on my own, is now an obstacle which causes me gr…


Four Year Anniversary-Finding a New Normal: Returning to Work after Brain Surgery

Posted by Aisha Khan on November 13, 2018

From my throne in the stroke unit at Gaylord Hospital Wallingford, CT to my promotion two years later and return to clinical practice. …


In Memory and Appreciation_Tracey Gamer Fanning

Posted by Aisha Khan on November 4, 2018

Tonight, at the Mandell Jewish Community Center in West Hartford, Connecticut, I said goodbye to my friend, Tracey Gamer Fanning, in a beautiful memorial service celebrating her life. I…


Invited as Guest Speaker for Weill Cornell Medical College Physician Assistant Program Graduation White Coat Ceremony

Posted by Aisha Khan on June 2, 2018

In 2010, my classmates at the Weill Cornell PA program gave me the privilege of speaking at our Certificate and Awards Ceremony for graduation. I am honored that eight years later, I was inv…


Returning to Clinical Practice After Brain Surgery

Posted by Aisha Khan on November 15, 2017

Embed from Getty ImagesI remember him waiting patiently as I shifted nervously in my chair. He had just presented me with a golden opportunity, yet I hesitated. Looking down at his feet, I w…


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