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....CONTINUE READING
Dr. Michael Lipscomb, ApolloMD Chief Quality and Patient Safety Officer, has practiced emergency medicine for almost 25 years and possesses extensive experience in optimizing both department flow and patient satisfaction.
After noticing the impact of stress on his career, Dr. Lipscomb developed a renewed focus on cultivating personal and professional wellness among health care professionals.
In the ten years following residency, I’ve learned more than all of those hours I spent in school, but in a different way. One day, you too will look back and have plenty of advice for those entering the field for the very first time. Here are the top ten things I’ve learned since residency....CONTINUE READING
As with many things this year, COVID-19 has dramatically impacted the physician job market for residents, fellows and experienced physicians who are looking for more hours or a complete change. Use these tips to make yourself stand out from other physician candidates in today’s highly competitive job market....CONTINUE READING
Congratulations! You just experienced what seems like the most important day of your life – Match Day. This is an important step toward reaching your final goal of becoming a board-certified emergency medicine physician. Now, there’s a lot to think about…...CONTINUE READING
You’ve just experienced what seems like the most important day of your life – Match Day. While in many aspects it is, it’s also just the beginning of many more “most important days ever.” It could have been days, a week or maybe even just a few hours ago that you opened your match card. Regardless, curiosity is settling in....CONTINUE READING
As you launch into your final push to become a board certified provider and find that perfect job match, so many decisions have to be made. What type of practice do you see yourself in?...CONTINUE READING