Expert Advice for Graduating Residents Video
This is a video we produce that has been broken up into content by each of our 5 physicians who we interviewed. They were all asked the same questions and as you will see, they all agree one a couple things and also provide different points of view on others.
Advice by Dr. Adam Savage – Interventional Pain Management
Dr. Savage graduated Medical School from the University of Oklahoma. He then did his residency at Baylor Scott & White in TX where he also did my fellowship. He is board certified in both anesthesiology and Interventional Pain Management. Dr. Savage worked for a large hospital group for 6 years until he recently decided to start his own private practice.
In the first video Dr. Savage discuss how to choose a location to start your practice. In the second, he gives advice on what he wish he knew and what he wishes he did differently.
Advice by Dr. Zane Uhland – Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr. Uhland graduated Medical School from Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He did his residency at Saint Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City, OK. He is board certified through American Osteopathic Board of Orthopedic Surgery. He has been practicing in a solo practice for 17 years.
Advice By Dr. Jason Emerson – Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr. Emerson is a board certified orthopedic surgeon who did a fellowship in Miami, FL. I practiced as a hospital employee for 9 years and then went off to practice on my own.
Advice By Dr. Misty Wayman – OBGYN
Dr. Wayman went to residency at Ohio State University. She has been practicing in a 6 physician private practice for over 15 years. See what advice Dr. Wayman has for starting out after residency. She talks about everything from figuring out what personality you want your practice to have to start applying for insurance contracts.
Advice By Dr. JT Glomset
Dr. Glomset attended the University of Oklahoma for both undergraduate and medical school. After graduating, he moved to New Orleans to complete his orthopedic surgery residency at the Ochsner Medical Center. Following his residency and military service, Dr. Glomset was selected for the sports medicine and shoulder reconstruction fellowship at the prestigious Steadman Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas. He specializes in advanced nonoperative and operative management of complex hip, shoulder and knee injuries.
It’s common to feel like you are all alone, but having a mentor helps you not feel that way. Listen to Dr. Glomset explain why having a mentor is so important and if you should take time off after your graduate. He also discuss the two things he wish he knew more about, and what you should be focusing on coming out of residence.
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