Interview with Dr. Gretchen Green
In this week's podcast episode, Dr. Gretchen Green explains how she became an expert witness, and how she opened her expert witness consulting business.
Gretchen describes how her expert witness business allowed her to cut back on clinical work, find more freedom, spend more time with her family, and make more money.
If you want to diversify your income with a side hustle that is intellectually stimulating and flexible, that builds on your medical knowledge and that pays really well, you are going to love today’s guest.
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Exploring a New Opportunity
Dr. Gretchen Green has been a diagnostic radiologist since 2006. She completed her medical degree at Brown University Medical School. She followed medical school with a residency in diagnostic radiology at Yale University School of Medicine and a Women’s Imaging Fellowship at Harvard Medical School.
Gretchen did not intend to become an expert witness. However, she was contacted by an attorney who needed an expert witness with a background matching Gretchen's. She agreed to work on that case and found that she really enjoyed the work. She cut her clinical work back and studied the field and honed her skills over the past five years.
Gretchen has served as an expert witness in dozens of cases for both plaintiff and defense attorneys. This enabled her to transition to part-time clinical work in 2016 and create more time for her family. She developed an online course devoted to becoming an expert witness called Expert Witness Start-Up School.
Become an Expert Witness
During our conversation, you'll learn exactly what an expert witness does, why it is such a great side job and the potential income that can be produced. Then we’ll talk a bit about the course she has created for physicians who want to become an expert witness and quickly build their expert witness business.
Expert witness work helped me transition to part-time clinical work in 2016 and have more time with family and for myself. It enabled me to have financial freedom to design my best life. – Dr. Gretchen Green
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There is a short period of time to sign up. And once the course begins it will not be open again until sometime next year. So, I would not hesitate, especially if you find yourself with some extra time due to the current pandemic. So, give it a look at nonclinicalphysicians.com/ewcourse, which is an affiliate link, so I receive compensation if you sign up using the link, but the price is exactly the same.
Links for Today's Episode:
- Expert Witness Start-Up School
- John's Replay Episode on Next Level Physicians with Maiysha Clairborne
- Maiysha Clairborne's One Year Anniversary Celebration Podcast Episode
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