Rebel With A Cause
Choose your path
Regardless of the path chosen, many yearn to have a practice flexible enough to accommodate their different interests.

Opinion & Editorial

Opinion/Editorial pieces from various sources regarding:

  • the disparities I encounter health care is delivered in community hospitals
  • deviations from evidence-based practices in non-academic settings
Building a network
I also work with a network of interventional pain specialists to evaluate and provide non-opioid treatments for patients with long-standing pain due to accidental injury.

Healthcare Consultant

Today, I am a solo anesthesiologist and healthcare consultant. Including my residency and fellowship training, I have provided more than 5,000 anesthetics for a diverse population, including:

  • general anesthesia for medically-complex patients at a large non-profit academic medical center
  • obstetric and regional anesthesia at community hospitals
  • outpatient anesthesia for elective and cosmetic surgical cases at local surgery centers
  • office-based anesthesia at pediatric dental clinics

The Post-Operative Handover

Harborview Medical Center

Anesthesiologists have traditionally taken one of two routes after finishing their residency (e.g. post-graduate) training in a specialty. Academic Medicine (e.g. university-affiliated hospital) or a private practice (e.g. group practice). Regardless of the path chosen, many yearn to have a practice flexible enough to accommodate their different interests and skillsets while allowing for a predictable schedule.
Anesthesiologists have traditionally taken one of two routes after finishing their residency (e.g. post-graduate) training in a specialty. Academic Medicine (e.g. university-affiliated hospital) or a private practice (e.g. group practice). Regardless of the path chosen, many yearn to have a practice flexible enough to accommodate their different interests and skillsets while allowing for a predictable schedule.

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