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Dr. Hoy attended Washington University in St. Louis for her undergraduate degree where she studied biological sciences and anthropology. She attended medical school at Rush Medical College in Chicago and completed anesthesiology residency at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine (PSOM). Dr. Hoy is board-certified in anesthesiology and is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology and Critical Care at PSOM.

Dr. Hoy's non-clinical work focuses on the integration of arts and humanities into medical education and continuing professional development. She is a faculty co-director of the Rx/Museum initiative, and leads workshops centered on the arts and wellness for trainees and faculty across departments within the PSOM health system. Dr. Hoy is a frequent guest speaker on physician wellness panels and arts and humanities lectures. Her work has been featured in various lay publications, faculty development podcasts, and the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Fundamental Role of Arts & Humanities in Medical Education (FRAHME): How to Get Started guide. Dr. Hoy is a 2021 grant recipient from The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation at the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Hoy serves as Penn Anesthesia's faculty wellness champion and is the departmental representative on the PSOM Faculty Wellness Committee and the GME Resident Wellness Committee. She is a voting member of the American Society of Anesthesiology's National Committee on Physician Well-Being. Dr. Hoy recently completed the Stanford Physician Well-being Director Course, the Empowering Women Physicians Coaching Program, and is a current Harvard Macy fellow. Dr. Hoy is a co-lead for Penn Women in Anesthesiology and a rare disease patient advocate and keynote speaker for The LAM Foundation (https://www.thelamfoundation.org).

Selected Publications

Gordon Glantz: Rx/Museum: A weekly dose of art and healing. ASA Monitor American Society of Anesthesiologists 85(5): 1, 17, May 2021.

Trey Popp: The Museum Prescription. The Pennsylvania Gazette Nov/Dec 2020

John Prendergast: Getting Through. The Pennsylvania Gazette Nov/Dec 2020.

Erin Blakemore: Essays reflect on connections between art and medicine. The Washington Post October 2020.

Lyndsay M. Hoy, MD, Aaron Levy, PhD : Rx/Museum Initiative: Art & Reflection in Medicine. https://rxmuseum.org 2020 Notes: A Penn Medicine initiative fostering clinician well-being and a humanistic practice of medicine through visual art and reflective pedagogy, in partnership with the Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Slought Foundation.

Association of American Medical Colleges: "The Fundamental Role of the Arts and Humanities in Medical Education." \{Association of American Medical Colleges} 2020 Notes: Professionalism: Visual Arts and Thinking Strategies - Penn Medicine Rx/Museum initiative

Lyndsay M. Hoy: Living with Lymphangioleiomyomatosis: An Anesthesiologist's Experience. Anesthesiology. Carol Cassella (eds.). 124: 235-238. August 2016.

Lyndsay M. Hoy, Lee A. Fleisher: Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators. Essence of Anesthesia Practice, 4th Edition 2016. Drs. Fleisher, Roizen, and Roizen (eds.). Elsevier, 2016.

Lyndsay M. Hoy, Lee A. Fleisher: Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome. Essence of Anesthesia Practice, 4th Edition 2016. Drs. Fleisher, Roizen, and Roizen (eds.). Elsevier, 2016.

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