The life of a physician is often overwhelming. Balancing patients' needs with family life is often difficult and many physicians find that their home life suffers as they focus more and more on work.
Dr. Anselmetti, an OB, found the need to be constantly working or on call didn't let her have her own life.
Neurologist Dr. Geraghty's focus on high risk stroke patients was so intense she was overworking and burning out.
Pulmonologist Dr. O'Mara's private practice took a toll on both his family and his business and he knew he needed a change.
All three found their burnout solution with locum tenens. They now are able to focus on the work of medicine without burdening their personal lives.
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