“Goodrich helped lay the foundation for how surgeons operate on twins conjoined at the skull. By carefully documenting cases and explaining his methodology, he took it from one odd case that people tried to work on and brought some science to it,” Dr Gregory Heuer, a pediatric neurosurgeon at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, said.
“Goodrich had a soothing bedside manner, many people, upon first meeting him, would say his presence was so calming that they knew it was the right decision to leave their child in his hands,” said Kamilah Dowling, a nurse practitioner who worked with him for years.
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