How to Write a Medical School Letter of Intent

Med school student in library

The medical school admissions process is a complicated one. As a pre-med student, you know that narrowing down your choices and submitting your applications are just small parts of that process. You’ll also need to earn an impressive MCAT score, finish your senior year with a strong GPA, and ace your interview (if you get one). […]

Full Guide to Applying to Residency Programs in the US

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No matter where you go to med school or what specialty you plan to practice in, there’s one thing that every physician-to-be has to do: Complete a residency program. But first, you’ll need to: Go through the lengthy residency application process Endure the interview process with a variety of different residency programs Make a match […]

How to Start a Medical Practice

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For many physicians, the decision to start their own practice can be a difficult one. While many physicians understand the rewards, others focus on the risks. That risk focus leads to doubting if they can launch a successful private practice from the ground up. Opening a private practice is no easy feat, but with guidance […]

Hiring a CRNA: What to Expect

Four physicians standing in a hospital hallway

In the world of medicine, Doctor is an esteemed title to achieve. Yet, there are some situations with ongoing debates on whether a physician is the best candidate for a particular position of care. This is true when it comes to anesthetics. If you have open heart surgery do you want your life managed by […]

Dr. Khadija Chaudrey

Dr. Chaudrey and her family

Dr. Khadija Chaudrey On the power of a positive outlook and female mentorship When Dr. Khadija Chaudrey moved to Brooklyn from Lahore, Pakistan, she had already completed medical school, landed a residency, and secured a visa to move halfway around the world. However, as a young immigrant physician, there were challenges ahead that her medical […]

Should You Hire an Optometrist or Ophthalmologist?

Optometrist salary

If you’re an ophthalmologist looking to expand your private practice, there will likely come a time when you need to hire additional staff. That could mean hiring a surgery technician, an optometrist, or another ophthalmologist like yourself. Who you hire depends on the needs of your practice (and your patients). So you’ll need to determine […]

Why Doctors Should Consider Real Estate Investing

Why doctors should consider real estate investing

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, physicians in the U.S. earn an average of $208,000 per year. And while this is significantly higher than most people in other professions, a $208k salary alone won’t necessarily make you “rich.” If you want to build wealth on a physician’s salary, you’ll need to know where and […]

Medical Malpractice Payouts: What to Expect

Medical malpractice settlements, verdicts, and payouts

From analyzing test results to prescribing medications to performing delicate surgical procedures, physicians in all capacities do life-saving work. But practicing medicine doesn’t always go according to plan. And when it goes awry, there’s one thing you can count on: A malpractice allegation. Physicians across all specialties are subject to malpractice claims and lawsuits. In […]