Meet Dr. Ebony Hilton, MUSC’S first black female anesthesiologist

Dr. Ebony Hilton

“There is a price for success, but the price should not include the sacrifice of your happiness – nothing is worth that. But If you follow your passion, chase your dream, the pursuit of success won’t feel like work at all… it will feel like purpose. And there is nothing more fulfilling than living a purpose driven life. So be happy. Be successful. And be blessed. It’s that simple.”

Hilton is the first black female anesthesiologist at the Medical University of South Carolina. She is an active mentor with the hospital’s G.L.O.S.S. (Girls Loving Ourselves Successfully), which mentors seventh- and eighth-grade girls in the Lowcountry. The Spartanburg native graduated magna cum laude from the College with a triple major in biochemistry, molecular biology and inorganic chemistry. Google Dr. Ebony Hilton to find out more!  

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