Monthly Archives: June 2014

GifTalk #4: When You Remember That Your Job Is Actually Fun

This was a nice week. I had a resident, learned a lot about HPV during some down time, and all around worked with lovely staff and patients in my many, many clinics. So, happy Friday, my friends, and I leave … Continue reading

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When All of A Sudden You’re A Teacher

This past week I walked in to work on a dreary Monday, still half-caffeinated, and a chipper young medical resident walked right into my office and introduced herself as the resident working with me today. I tried to hide my … Continue reading

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Midwifing in the For Profit Health System: Part 1

I’m just going to lay it out there: attempting to coordinate a patient’s care under the for-profit health system with hundreds of different plans that cover some things and not others, need prior authorizations, and further documentation to prove “real … Continue reading

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Six Months: Where I Was, Where I Want To Be

This coming week marks my first six months in practice. It’s been a whirlwind of a 6 months, and I can hardly believe it’s been three months since I have been “set free,” so to speak, and have been practicing … Continue reading

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