The Hippocratic Hustle
Summary: In this podcast we will interview Independent Women MDs and DOs from all walks of medical life and learn the nuts and bolts of how they got started with their business or side-project. We will hear stories about the unique ways doctors practice their profession. We will discover what inspires and motivates these entrepreneurs. We will explore ways to make your money go further and learn ways to achieve financial freedom.
Hello listeners, today we have an incredible guest, Joy Hughes, MD, here to tell us all about her experience volunteering on the frontlines in New York City. She bravely decided to go and help out in one of the hardest hit areas and is here to tell us all of the details. You will hear why she decided to go, how she found the position, what she brought with her, what you can expect in a COVID Unit, and her best advice for anyone else that is thinking of doing the same thing.
Hello everyone, we are back today with a very special guest. It is the Physician on Fire himself! He was last on the show in 2018 and is here to give us an update on how his life is going as a retired physician and how the pandemic has affected him and his family as well. Don’t miss out as he gives some amazing tips for how your family can follow in his footsteps too!
Hello everyone. Today, I am joined by Dr. Rebecca Han. She is here to tell us all about the world of acupuncture. She answers all of your questions regarding acupuncture and even tells you how you can become a certified acupuncturist as well. Don’t miss out as she shares how acupuncture can help you and your patients complete the mind-body connection.
Hello everyone. Today, I am joined by Dr. Sonia Wright to discuss sexual health in the times of COVID-19. During this crazy time, you may be thinking that sex is the last thing you want to think about, but Dr. Sonia is here to tell us why it should be prioritized. She also offers many suggestions on communication, and working though emotions and anxiety during difficult times.
Hello everyone! Today, I am joined by Dr. Siobhan Key to discuss emotional eating. During these crazy times of COVID-19, I am certain that we could all use her advice. Listen in as she shares important tips to stop the emotional eating cycle and get you started on the road to health and wellness.
Hello everyone, we are back with another emergency COVID-19 episode to dive further into what is going on with American economics and how it relates to you on a personal level, especially as physicians. We are covering the topics below and more so don't miss out: -What is the CARES Act Stimulus and what does it mean for you? -How the CARES Act affects Federal Student Loan payments. -What is the Tax Efficient Waterfall and how it can help you decide where to allocate your money.
I’m here with Ann Bittinger, a healthcare attorney with The Bittinger Law Firm, who represents physicians in their employment and practice matters, to talk about COVID-19 and the law. Today we are addressing six important questions, including: -Do I have to work without PPE? -What happens if I quit? -Can my employer reassign me to the ICU or ER, even though I am a sub-specialist? -What can practice owners do to make payroll? -What can I do via telemedicine?
Hey everyone, we’re back with another episode to try to understand what’s going on with American economics and how it relates to you on a personal level, especially as physicians. In case you missed it, 3 days ago, SC and I put out an episode that discussed, amongst other things, rebalancing your investment portfolio and the rate cut by the federal bank. So, go back and check that out if you missed it. Anyhow, SC has graciously returned to discuss changes in the financial landscape over the past 3 days.
Welcome back everyone! It is definitely a crazy time that we are living in and crazy things are happening in the financial world too. So, I decided to have my good friend Sarah-Catherine Gutierrez back on the show. Sarah Catherine Gutierrez is a speaker, writer and owner of a financial planning company, called Aptus Financial. She is passionate about demystifying the financial world to women so that they can focus on the most important thing we need to do: save money for our future selves.
In today’s episode, we speak to Dr. Letizia Alto about her amazing blog: SemiRetiredMD.com and how she and her husband have become very successful in the real estate investing space. She shares all of her best advice to get started with real estate, make solid investing choices, shelter tax dollars and start living a semi-retired lifestyle.
In today’s episode, we speak to Barbara Hamilton, MD about how she planned her wedding on a budget. She tells us all about how she planned each step of her wedding and saved money along the way. Don’t miss out as her and Carrie share how they both planned frugal weddings and were much happier because of it.
In today’s episode, we speak to Ryan Inman, the founder of Physician Wealth Services and host of The Financial Residency Podcast. Ryan is married to a physician and truly understand the financial needs of physicians and their families. He stops by the podcast to talk about his podcast, his financial planning business and his brand new book that he and his wife wrote together. Don’t miss out on all of the great tips he shares with us!
In today’s episode, we speak to Dr. Barbara Hamilton about her journey into the field of interventional radiology as a female physician. Only 9% of the physicians in IR are female and she is trying to change that by educating early career doctors on the benefits of entering male-dominated specialties. Her blog, TiredSuperheroine.com, helps aspiring doctors find work life balance and financial empowerment as well.
In today’s episode, we speak to Dr. Eliza Minimal. She is a blogger and a minimalista. She explains to us how she created a new life for herself out of the ashes of burnout. Eliza talks to us about how she retired early from clinical medicine, and how she eventually returned, but on her own terms. Don’t miss out on her best tips to eliminate debt and live a minimalist lifestyle.
Today, on the Hippocratic Hustle Podcast, I talk with Stacia Dearmin MD about the taboo topic of medical malpractice. She tells us about her experience regarding her own lawsuit and all of the ways she is working to help other physicians get through their own lawsuits as well. Don’t miss out as she shares her top tips for managing the stress and anxiety involved in the litigation process as well.