This year we’re proud to have highlighted the stories of physicians who dared to redefine what a career in medicine looks like.
As we wrap up 2023, we look back at the 10 most popular blogs published this year.
So grab a candy cane hot chocolate ☕, sink into a comfy chair, and discover where your white coat can take you!
Dr. Sarah Gebauer
In July 2022, Dr. Sarah Gebauer, an anesthesiologist, shared her story of transforming her dream of a sabbatical abroad into a reality. She took off in August 2022, with plans for a 5-month sabbatical. Now she shares what actually happened.
Want to admire Roman aqueducts on your morning run, pluck pomegranates from your backyard, and see patients in the US – all on the same day? Telemedicine can help you do just that!
Here are six things to know about practicing telemedicine while abroad.
Vincenzo Villamena CPA
Whether you created your own telemedicine private practice or are a contractor for other telemedicine companies, here’s what practicing telemedicine from another country means for your US taxes.
Dr. Bryan McColgan
Dr. Brian McColgan had spent almost a decade becoming a doctor. After wrapping up his training, he was mentally and emotionally drained, and was tired of working in the US healthcare system; so he chose to pursue a non-clinical career.
But when his partner had an opportunity to work in Sweden, they packed their bags, and their Corgi, and embraced this adventure. Now almost three years later, he shared his story
Dr. Dionne Mills-Sillik
“Immigration is not just about what you’re leaving, it’s about what you’re moving toward. It’s not just about “anywhere but here”. At least it shouldn’t be. ” Dr. Dionne Mills-Sillik shares what life has been like after moving abroad!
Dr. Carmen Brown
Have you ever wondered what being a Black Physician abroad is like? Are race relations any different outside the US? Dr. Carmen Brown shares her experience as a Black doctor in the US, NZ, and Australia.
Martin King & Kate McKendry
Lured by the Southern Alps, world-class tramping, and a focus on work-life balance, New Zealand remains one of the most popular destinations amongst US-trained physicians looking to move abroad. For many physicians, a 1-year stint turns into a more permanent move. Curious about what it takes to immigrate to New Zealand? An Immigration specialist and recruitment specialist answer your questions!
Dr. Ashwini Bapat
I had fantasized for years about what it would be like to live in Europe, to walk past Roman aqueducts, to kayak down a river dotted by medieval castles, and to enjoy another language and culture.
In August 2020, in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, my family and I sold everything we owned, boarded a one-way flight to Portugal, and took our great leap into the unknown. Here’s an update on what’s happened over the last 3 years
Dr. Delilah Restrepo
Back in 2018, Dr. Restrepo was in an understaffed position and ended up burning herself out. She was looking for a professional challenge, she wanted to find that spark again. In moving to New Zealand, even though the change seemed risky, or courageous, it was a very calculated risk.
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