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*** If you enjoyed the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really helps us get the word out about the show. For more thoughts about physician independence and autonomy, visit us at: sycamoredocs.com twitter.com/sycamoredocs youtube.com/sycamoredocs facebook.com/sycamored…
 
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Rod story, a family medicine physician in Idaho who found himself in an ethical dilemma at the hospital where he worked. So he quit without a backup plan. Now he owns a thriving, direct primary care practice, where he has fallen in love with being a physician again. Hear about Dr. Story's philosophy of medicine and…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Krista Grow, an emergency physician based in Cleveland, Ohio. We explore her experience with telemedicine and how it’s revolutionized medicine, working from home as a mother, and her hopes to get into the business side of medicine in the future. She sensibly handled philosophical questions about happiness and bur…
 
Visit MedForums here: https://www.medforums.com/ *** If you enjoyed the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really helps us get the word out about the show. For more thoughts about physician independence and autonomy, visit us at: sycamoredocs.com twitter.com/sycamoredoc…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Yashoda Bhaskar, with an update on her life transformation and money coaching practice. In less than a year, she has become an ICF Certified Life Transformation Coach, a Certified Money Coach (CMC), and board certified in Lifestyle Medicine. Dr. Bhaskar shares some of her tips about money including how she control…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Muhammad Noorani, a nocturnist hospitalist based in Alabama. He still lives and works like a resident, averaging about 28 days a month at the hospital and driving the same practical car. Financial independence and income diversification has always been important to Dr. Noorani and when the pandemic hit, it gave hi…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Armin Feldman, who practiced psychiatry for over 20 years, sold his outpatient head injury rehabilitation clinics, and became a medical consultant to attorneys. Dr. Feldman hosts an annual conference to teach his methods and is also launching a CME TV channel. *** If you enjoyed the podcast, would you please consi…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Sunao Gilbert who recorded this with me well over a year ago. Dr. Gilbert is an emergency physician who fell in love with functional medicine after a fellow physician helped her to identify the root cause of her chronic allergy issues. This led to her starting a functional medicine practice after 18 years of emerg…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Jason Patten - an emergency physician who discovered locums through moonlighting and found work-life balance like no other. He's done it all from flying F-16 jets, to firefighting, and traveling the world. Dr. Patten stresses how important it is to constantly reinvigorate yourself so that you can show up to work w…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Zahir Basrai - an emergency physician who's ever focused on wellness through artistic expression. After experiencing isolation as a post-graduate, Dr. Basrai began writing as a form of therapy and published his writings online with the encouragement of his friends and family. This led to the creation of his passio…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Bill Gallea, an emergency medicine physician who sought work-life balance early in his career. Living life to the fullest, he enriched his life with sled dog racing and fishing. Even after having 44 years of practicing medicine, Dr. Gallea is still going strong and only in semi-retirement. *** If you enjoyed the p…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Chanel Fischetti, an emergency medicine physician with a passion for ultrasound and artificial intelligence. Ever determined and studious - Dr. Fischetti is currently an instructor in emergency medicine, Chief Medical Officer of Centaur Labs, and an attending ER physician. She talks about how point-of-care ultraso…
 
In this episode, I’m joined by Dr. Freddie Flo. We talk about how he ended up practicing in El Paso, Texas, his approach to a career in emergency medicine, and how valuable moonlighting can be for residents. Dr. Flo sheds lights on his, as he put it, "unorthodox" ways - including raising a family and starting a MBA program during his residency. ***…
 
In this episode, I’m joined by Dr. Daniel Poor who recorded this with me back in April 2019. Though healthcare and our industry has changed significantly over the past year, the things we discussed are still relevant to medicine and physicians today including: why it’s so critical to build rapport with hospital staff, managing finances, and his gol…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Laura Helfman - an EM physician who has found a work life balance splitting time between the ER and working as a professional white-water rafting guide. She tells us about the life experiences that led her to a career in medicine to "save all female patients" - a heartbreaking, yet powerful, story. *** If you enjo…
 
In this episode, I’m joined by Dr. Paris Lovett, who grew up and studied medicine in Australia, immigrated to the US for his post graduate training in emergency medicine, and continued his flourishing career here in the US. He’s done everything from academic to clinical work, hospital administration, angel investing, and even healthcare start-ups. …
 
On this episode, I’m joined by Dr. Graves Fromang, an Emergency Physician who has a very pragmatic approach to work, family, and life outside of the ER. We talk about how he uses an athlete’s mindset to run his shifts, setting up a telemedicine program throughout Mississippi back in 2010 - during the infancy of telemedicine, and his ultimate form o…
 
On this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Ronnie Tisdale, a graduate of Stanford who trained at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, currently finishing his emergency medicine residency in Selma, Alabama. Dr. Tisdale walks through the four pillars that have shaped him: academics, athletics, creativity, and humanitarianism. We take a deep d…
 
On this episode, I'm joined by Dr. David Baehren, an ER physician with three decades of clinical experience. He's an accomplished columnist for ACEP and a novelist. Dr. Baehren is a sharp and incredible storyteller. I really enjoyed our conversation and expect you will, too. *** If you enjoyed the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short …
 
Dr. Yashoda Bhaskar is a lifestyle medicine physician based in Hawaii. She recalls her journey all over the world including her upbringing in India, living in Kuwait, and moving to the US. No holds barred, we talk about everything including her marriage, immigration, and much more. *** If you enjoyed the podcast, would you please consider leaving a…
 
David Goldwag is an EM medical director who is transitioning to primarily locums work. He shares great insights from his experiences as a medical director including how to hire better. Those insights may help you better position yourself as you search for new locums assignments, or even a new full-time position. We also dive into his passion for mu…
 
Dr. Chris Mason, a full-time locums EM physician, shares his incredible story about how he ventured into paper sales, pharmaceutical sales, founded a landscaping company, went into law enforcement and academia before finally finding his calling in emergency medicine. *** If you enjoyed the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review o…
 
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