Former Murray native to be on national tv series
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Dr. Ruthie Pannell Crider, nationally board certified emergency room physician, will soon be srtarring in Season 8 of Untold Stories of the ER. Her episode will premiere on two television channels beginning this fall.

It is scheduled to air first on the Discovery Fit and Health Channel (DFH) Sunday, Oct. 27 at 9 p.m. and again on Saturday, Nov. 2 on the Teaching and Learning Channel (TLC).

Untold Stories of the ER is a docudrama television series during which real life emergency room doctors tell about their most puzzling cases.

The series first aired in 2004 and is filmed currently in British Columbia.

Crider received her high school diploma from Murray County High School in 1995, her Bachelors from the University of Georgia in 1999 and her Medical Doctorate from Mercer University School of Medicine in 2003.

She is currently a practicing Emergency Room physician at Statesboro Regional Hospital in Statesboro, Georgia with Georgia Emergency Associates. her affiliations include membership in the Medical Association of Georgia and the Ogeechee River Medical Society and Associate Professor in Emergency Medicine at Mercer University School of Medicine. She is certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine.

Crider grew up on the family farm in Eton. She is the daughter of Judge and Mrs. Charles Pannell, Jr. of Eton.

She is married to Bill Crider and they have two sons, Billy (age 5) and Bozeman (age 3).

Schedules for the airing of the episode are subject to change so check your local listings.