Medical school prepared us for everything in our practice . . . that is, everything except navigating the subtleties of staff and patient interaction.
In addition to the stress of keeping up with the latest medical advances and working through the bureaucracy, working with people shouldn’t be one more source of aggravation. Done well, it can actually become one of the best parts of your long day.
You see, leadership and dealing with patients and their families requires a different skill set. While our non-medical friends were out getting “social intelligence” on Friday nights, we were often hitting the books—HARD.
I’m here to help you work through physician burnout, career transition, and leadership development. With such a strong foundation of clinical, managerial, and leadership experience, I bring invaluable insights to share and solid support for the next generation of physicians.