Posts by KentYoung

Taking Time For You As A Physician

Posted by on Oct 5, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Taking Time For You As A Physician

  As physicians do their very best to keep clients happy and healthy, it can be difficult to remember that you should always remember to take some time for yourself at the end of the day. It is easy to become burnt out in such a high-stress field, but here are a few ways to hold yourself to the same standards given to patients every day.   Remember to relax. With pressing matters on the brain, this is one of the simplest yet most ignored pieces of advice, just remembering to breathe at the end of a busy day. Sometimes, the best thing to do is just to sit back and take even a few...

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Staying on Time: Don’t Make Your Patients Wait

Posted by on Apr 2, 2017 in Blog, Good Practices | 0 comments

Staying on Time: Don’t Make Your Patients Wait

When patients complain about medical care, the most popular complaint is that they have to wait for too long in the waiting room. A recent study by Fierce Practice Management showed many facts and figures about this problem: 65% of people participating in the survey reported that they had to wait over an hour to see their physician 37% of people participating in the survey said that when they had to wait that long, they were rushed, and they felt that they did not have as good of an experience 70% were not told that there would be a delay or that they would have to wait longer 55% said they...

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Becoming a Physician: What Should I Major In?

Posted by on Jan 16, 2017 in Becoming a Doctor, Blog | 0 comments

Becoming a Physician: What Should I Major In?

Are you a teenager in high school currently? Have you always dreamed of becoming a doctor? Are you confused about your future? Do you not know which major to choose for your undergraduate studies? Deciding on a major for college is one of the most important decisions that you will make. If you are interested in becoming a physician, there are many different options that you may want to think about. While many med students do choose to major in biological studies, surveys have shown that about 50% do not. There are many med school students who major in humanities, business, etc. in their...

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