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Clinicians Helping Clinicians

Inspiration in Every Room

"I am struck with the gap in our knowledge and in our training for actually caring for patients” — Chris Rumery, MD Our purpose as a clinician community is clear and present in every member story...
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Unexpected Rewards

“I like to remember something really positive that’s happened on a shift, even the smallest things remind me of why I went into medicine."— Bob Czincila, DO Because of our members, The Clinician...
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Tune Into What Matters Most

For Ed Paul, MD, practicing and teaching medicine isn’t a job. It’s not even a career — it is a calling. Sir William Osler said, “We must promote compassion, courage, and wisdom among our...
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In Good Hands

“You’re in good hands.” It’s a phrase often associated with patient care. We all want to be assured that we are being taken care of by the best possible person for the job. Paddy Barrett, MD,...
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Without Compromise

"When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” — Victor Frankl Phil Yphantides, MD, or “Dr. Phil” as patients often call him, shows us just how potent...
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Learning As We Go

"We have to know what we're doing, but also care about what we are doing.” — Christopher Rokes, MD For this Pediatric Hematologist/Oncologist, a physician’s technical skills matter greatly. But...
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A Fracture of Inconvenience

To be a doctor means you have to touch the patient -- no matter what. That’s what we do. Even if what we are looking at is dirty, ugly, gory or just plain benign looking, it is what we do...or...
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Close To The Heart

"The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire." — Ferdinand Foch Spend a few minutes with Wendy Woods-Swafford MD., M.P.H., and you quickly sense just how deep her commitment runs...
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Finding Greatness in his Profession - One Patient at a Time

One of the first things Nick Fustino, MD, said to us was, “The first time I heard the term ‘patient satisfaction,’ I thought wait a minute…I have to cure cancer and make patients happy while I do...
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