"I looked at health from a different perspective."
Shortly into my practice, I decided that Family Medicine, to me, isn’t being a jack-of-all-trades. It is being the master of common disease. My medical school colleagues called me a “science geek” as I wanted to discuss high blood pressure in the same depth as a cardiologist. In practice, I found that I spend more and more time doing things that have nothing to do with biochemistry and anatomy. These are things employers, insurers, governments, and hospitals want but don’t improve how my patients feel.
Those players demanded more and more of my time and attention. I noticed my patients were having more trouble trusting the healthcare system than me. At the same time, the prices for everything increased. Website: https://purehealthmed.com/