Physicians often ask me, “How long does it take to transition to a nonclinical career?” My answer is always, it depends. From my experience, the time ranges from 3 months to 2 – 3 years, with an average of 12 – 18 months. Today I’m honored to introduce Dr. Jennifer Spector, a podiatrist, and surgeon…
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