On this week’s episode of the PNC podcast, Dr. Nisha Mehta explains why engaging in an interesting side gig may be the best way to ensure a long and fulfilling medical career.
Interview with Dr. Jarret Patton On this week's episode of the PNC podcast, I have the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Jarret Patton, author, speaker and the ultimate physician advocate. Jarret is a successful physician hospital leader and beloved pediatrician. Recently, he has devoted his efforts to speaking, writing and coaching physicians and other leaders. That transition was not part of his career plan. It occurred following an unexpected life-altering situation. In today’s interview, Jarret explains what happened [...]
Interview with Dr. Debra Blaine Dr. Debra Blaine, an urgent care physician, recently released a medical thriller called Code Blue – The Other End of the Stethoscope. And I was very pleased to welcome her to the podcast to discuss it. Although she is not a full time author, I thought it would be instructive and fun to hear how her writing journey began, culminating in the publication of her novel. I was also interested in supporting the [...]
Explore One of Six Wonderful Vocations In this week’s episode, John is alone behind the microphone to take a deep dive into nonclinical careers for discouraged doctors. This episode explores some of the best career options for doctors that are not board certified. However, they are also an option for more experienced board-certified clinicians. Before getting into the specifics of the careers, John highlighted some of the key general tactics that should be used by every physician seeking [...]
Interview with Dr. Dana Corriel Dana Corriel is an internist, speaker, coach and expert social media doctor. She completed medical school at the Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, and her internal medicine residency at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. After Dana finished her residency, started practicing, and had three children, she needed some time off. “I chose, after my third child, to stay home. I felt like I needed to bond with my child. That was a [...]