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Pedal pusher - Alumni Profiles
March 2013 Issue
Within three years of moving to Savannah, Dr. Drew Wade was already bettering the lives of patients and residents alike. Wade (BS ’97, AB ’97), also a graduate of Emory’s medical school, partnered with South Coast Medical Group in 2006, practicing radiology. “It’s been rewarding to come out of training and go into a good practice,” he says. But that’s just his day job. When he’s not using imaging technologies to help his patients, Wade is striving to make Savannah and the state of Georgia safer for bicyclists. An avid biker himself, he noticed the community’s needs shortly after moving. “I ride every day, to work, for fun, mostly to just get around, and I was part of a small group of people who saw the need for someone speaking up for people riding bikes,” Wade says. “No one was really advocating for this at the time.” The solution? The Savannah Bicycle Campaign, a nonprofit Wade started in 2008. The campaign …
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