Dr. Kat Lindley: Protecting the Children | Health Conference Ireland
A delegation of American physicians travelled to Ireland in August to present evidence-based insights relating to Covid-19 and the health effects of the Covid-19 injection products for Health Conference Ireland. During their visit, they met with Irish doctors, public health officials, politicians, representatives of civil society, journalists and community leaders to advocate for transparency and an evidence-based approach in the administration of Covid public health policy.
Dr. Kat Lindley, Family Medicine Doctor
Protecting the Children
August 8, 2022
Dr. Kat Lindley is a board-certified family physician with a direct primary care practice in Texas. Her passion has always been helping people. As a young adult, who fled a war-torn country (former Yugoslavia) she lived in many different places before her travels led her to United States and the medical school in Florida. She chose family medicine because she loved the idea of taking care of the whole family and seeing the family grow. Later in her career, she became interested in helping find solutions in improving the overall healthcare system as she has seen with her own eyes that some things were broken, and many patients were lost.
In her own words “As we stand at the precipice of a health disaster generated by the system, in the middle of all this is a real human being. As a physician, I find myself realizing more and more that the system is broken and to save it from full blown implosion, we need to rethink the way we see medicine.”
She has recently written The Oath of a Medicus for the World Council of Health. It is a revision of the old Hippocratic Oath, as a promise to the world that new era of healing is needed. You can find many of her writings on her website www.katlindleydo.com.
Doctor Lindley is involved with many medical and civic organizations, including American Academy of Physicians and Surgeons, American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians. She is on the Steering Committee of World Council for Health, and is a passionate advocate for her profession, her patients and veteran healthcare. She has testified in various health committees here in the USA and internationally.
As a mom of 5, she understands the importance of being involved in her children’s lives, and that prompted her run for the local School Board where she has served for the past 4 years. “Our future is our children and making sure they succeed is one of the most important things we as parents can do.”
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