A dangerous side effect of modern medicine: doctors disappearing out the door.
The average primary care visit lasts around 17 minutes – enough time to tackle a discrete problem perhaps but nowhere near long enough to accomplish the hard work of health care: keeping folks healthy and chronic disease at bay.
May we suggest a new kind of physician?
One who works on her own, free from patient quotas and the hamster wheel of larger practices.
Someone who’s literally at your beck and call 24/7.