So, you’re a physician with a love of travel…awesome! One week of your salary can allow you to travel just about anywhere in the world (one way in coach, at least)…double awesome! But, as you are acutely aware, there is a catch…a big one. As a full-time doc how do you possibly get the time… More The Physician Travel Dilemma: Finding Time to Travel
When I was growing up, my grandparents had a framed picture of Lake Louise in Banff National Park in their home. My grandmother said it was the most beautiful place she had travelled. Looking at the photo, her opinion seemed justified.
The sudden realization that your child is seriously injured or ill is the worst feeling one can imagine
Travel is one of our passions. Spending time in unique places, trying new foods, and meeting different people is enjoyable and exciting. We are also passionate about our jobs as Otolaryngologists. Humanitarian trips allow us to combine both of these loves.
We live in the Midwest. We have some hills, but, regrettably, no mountains or alpine lakes. Maybe someday we will be practicing in a location that would allow us to take an afternoon off to hike a brisk 3 mile, 3000 ft elevation change hike (strongly recommend the Grouse Grind for anyone visiting Vancouver, BC), but for now… More Preparing a Medical Kit for family day hikes