August 17, 2017

Dr. Devki’s Story – From Pathology to Government

Today I am excited to share with you an interview with my client, Dr. Devki Patel. She made the successful transition from pathologist to working for California’s Medicaid program. A big thank you to Devki for making her story accessible.  Q: How did you decide to transition out of your specialty? Dr. Devki: I had… Read More

ER Doctor Transitions Into Teaching – As Told By a Curious Surgeon

Dear Readers, you are in for a treat today with this guest post by my client Dr. Sue Zimmermann, an orthopedic surgeon. As part of her career transition process, she met with and interviewed one of my former clients, Dr. Rob Baginski, who made the leap from Emergency Medicine into teaching in 2013. Before the… Read More

Leaving Medicine and Reentry – Know Before You Go!

Hold onto that medical license and keep your stethoscope handy! If you’re thinking about leaving clinical practice, don’t retire that license too fast or stay out of practice too long – unless you‘re lock, stock and barrel sure you’re not going back. Even then, it’s wise to keep everything current. You may be burned out,… Read More

Considering Pharma? Check out the DIA 2017!

Last year was a big year for pharma at the Doctor’s Crossing. Four of my clients landed great jobs in pharma and I attended the inspiring world-renowned pharmaceutical conference – The DIA Global (DIA – Drug Information Association). One of my four clients had no prior pharma experience and she is now working happily as… Read More

2017 Conferences – Could One Lead You to a Happier Career?

One of the many things I love about my work is getting to attend conferences to explore new career options for my physician clients. I search out both non-clinical directions as well as ways to be happier as a clinician. I always learn a tremendous amount, meet interesting people, and gain a better sense of… Read More