As we close out the month of March, also known as National Women's History Month, let's take time to recognize a woman who contributes to making the community a better place. Dr. Elizabeth Jenkins is a Colorado native and received her medical degree from the University of Colorado in 1996. She is board certified in family medicine and joined the Patient First team upon relocating to Virginia in 2002. Since joining the company, she has worked at multiple Patient First locations in the Richmond region. In addition to being a provider, she has also served as a trainer for new hires and a number of recertification courses. She has also taken the time to be interviewed by local media outlets, providing important information on topics to keep the community safe. On Saturday, Dr. Jenkins volunteered her time to speak to over 100 girls at the Girls in Medicine Camp-In at the Science Museum of Virginia. Her topic on eye health was informative, relatable and interactive. She was able to keep her audience engaged with ease and the crowd appeared motivated. At the end of her presentation, many girls asked several questions about how to become a doctor. Dr. Jenkins' favorite thing about being a doctor is helping people and learning new things. A true measure of success is not always what you do for yourself, but the good you do for others. Please join me in saluting Dr. Beth Jenkins for all the good she does for our community!