Clinician Lifestyle & Wellness

Clinician Lifestyle & Wellness

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May 10, 2022

The risks for burnout, exhaustion, and stress have always been high for health care professionals, but the additional challenges presented by the pandemic both exposed and exacerbated the inherent problems. Through a partnership with WHOOP, individuals receive personalized data at their fingertips. Our hope is to empower clinicians to monitor and optimize health with clinical-grade accuracy, while providing a baseline from which to note actionable changes.

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March 24, 2022

Dr. Michael D. Lee recently joined ApolloMD as Medical Director of Anesthesia at UNC Health Blue Ridge. Click to learn about his experiences as an international medical missionary, and the philanthropy he founded based on Duke basketball tickets.

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March 1, 2022

We’re honored to help the next generation of EM physicians. Click to learn how our emergency medicine residency scholarship can help you achieve your dreams.

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February 11, 2022

Getting matched to your preferred residency program might seem like a random gamble, rolling your application around a roulette wheel of ERAS algorithms and hoping for a win. But, it’s not all luck or chance; you’ve done the study and you’ve got all the chips banked. Follow these tips to make the medical residency timeline work for you.

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January 4, 2022

This past fall, ApolloMD campaigned to raise awareness and donations for Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes’ Foundation, supporting its mission to reduce burnout in the health care industry and advocate for more accessible mental health services for health care professionals. Their mandate aligns directly with our own company-wide wellness initiatives and our corporate vision statement: “Healthy Clinicians. Healthy Patients. Healthy Communities.”

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December 6, 2021

The practice of rural medicine comes second nature to Robert Arledge, PA, Lead APC at Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital in Elkin, NC. Upon graduation from Emory University’s Physician Assistant program, he jumped at the chance to join the staff of a small-town hospital in Jackson, Georgia. While training at a busy metro facility gave him a top-notch education with the latest technology at his fingertips, he finds the rural environment brings a deeper connection to the upbringing that led him to seek a career in health care.

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November 10, 2021

An insightful and timely conversation, the subject brings into focus the correlation between access and outcomes for patients of various population groups. Dr. Patel’s approach to advancing health equity comes from his direct EM experience as well as his system-wide data and observations.

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