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July 21, 2018

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This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of Drs Vijaya and Bapu Arekapudi, friends and collegues of Dr Sidney Feldman.
August 28, 2011
We miss you .
March 12, 2011
If you thought God, your mother, or lover were watching, you'd be on best behavior, right? But, that is how Dr. Greg Feldman acted always:

1) An anxious patient yelled, "I don't even know what this surgery is going to be about!" Dr. Feldman walked in, with perfect posture/composure, and calmly/respectfully drew a picture of her organs, where the cut was going to be, and explained why. She said, "Oh, okay", and went to sleep;

2) I was doing a project and didn't understand a diagnosis. Dr. Feldman opened up an abdominal CT (ex-ray) of one of my patients in the computer, and I said, "Now I get it! I'll give you credit!!!" He grinned, and walked away. (Did not know that he was a Harvard Medical grad who has written);

3) One time I saw him in the hall, and I said, "Hey, Dr. Feldman, a buddy invited me and 300 of his other closest friends to a fundraising Birthday party. When they found out that I was a nurse at Stanford, they told me to report back with the name of a single Jewish doctor". He said, "I'm glad that you have such a good friend, and had a great time. I have somebody already, but thank you for thinking of me".

When I heard that his physical being is no longer alive, I responded, "Too reassuring, level headed, and decent for this non-sensical, at times, world". What an example of how people should be treated though!
January 18, 2011
I was a med student on general surgery clerkship and had I heard a lot of good things about him from other med students who had him as their chief resident. On a call day during the weekend, I was headed to the OR for an emergency add on case dealing with an infection. Greg was also getting ready for his own case, when saw me. I introduced myself as the med student about to scrub in for the add on. He right then and there gave him his 2 minute approach to surgical antimicrobials. I thought he was amazing being able to explain antibiotics in a clear, simple, and high yield manner and how kind of him to share with me even though I wasn't his med student. And he finished his teaching point humbly by saying, "I can't say I know much of anything, but keeping in mind these few things about antibiotics helped me get by." For the rest of my surgery rotation, I kept an eye out for him hoping to "purposely" run into him again. I never did, and am sad I won't be able to anymore. From my 2 minute encounter, I can only imagine how big of a loss he is to those who knew him much longer.
December 16, 2010
I am grateful to have worked with you and experience the compassion and kindness in your voice and in the healing that you helped people find. I am a better person because of you. Your parents, family and friends will be in my thoughts and prayers. May you rest in peace.