Valerie E. Stone, MD, FACP. Age: 53. Occupation: General internist/infectious disease physician (specializing in HIV), director of primary care internal medicine residency, associate chief for teaching and training of general ... If I weren't a physician,
The other one is an older book. It's called Patients, the Experience of Illness, by a physician named Mark L. ... If I weren't a physician, I would be: A social entrepreneur.
Francis. Dr. Sweet: “Everyone deserves a physician who knows them well.”. ... Home is home. If I weren't a physician, I would be: A gourmet chef.
It adds to our perspectives. If I weren't a physician, I would be: An unemployed musician.
Occupation: Solo practitioner, internal medicine and geriatrics. Dr. Irby Jones: “Being a physician consumes my whole being.”. ... I decided at that time that I was going to be a physician.
I see the internist or the primary care physician as the one who is responsible for that stable infrastructure and care coordination. ... is the viability and sustainability of the physician practice. I'm not just talking about 2- or 3-physician group
And if you have a physician, what sort of physician should that be?” Dr. ... Auñón-Chancellor said. “I think we should have a physician on every mission.”.
Mandy Krauthamer Cohen, MD, MPH, FACP, North Carolina's new secretary of its Department of Health and Human Services, sees government service as a way to help a wide constituency—patients.
Finally, our Physician Profile focuses on a former College leader who is leading in government as well.