There’s a chill in the air…it’s time to talk about fall(s)!

It’s 3pm on a Sunday.  James is sitting on the couch, watching the Panthers trudge through another wasted season under Matt Rhule, when the phone rings.  It’s mom.  She’s incredulous.  “Dad’s fallen, and he can’t get up!” James gets up, sprints to his car like he is the 2019 version of Christian McCaffrey and drives […]

Healthcare workers are tired

I’m tired. As an Emergency Medicine physician who worked, at minimum, 200 hours per month during the pandemic, I’m tired. Mentally, physically, and emotionally.  I am burned out.  While not the main reason I started my own urgent care, direct primary care, and telemedicine practice, burn out was a consideration.   The nurses are tired.  […]