Connection. Courage. Hope.
More than ever, physicians need all three. With more than 70% of physicians now employed (i.e., not independent), many of us are afraid to speak up in the workplace or too exhausted to do so, remembering what happened the last time we tried. We are or feel isolated. And for many reasons we know all too well, some of us are losing hope.
Medicine has changed. Our work is tougher than ever, with greater complexity and sicker patients, and we often feel like nobody appreciates what we do or how much we care. I know. I’ve been there with you. I get it.
Like you, I’m still finding my way in the dizzying reality of modern healthcare. And yet, I have hope.
“When a flower doesn't bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower.”
- ALEXANDER DEN HEIJER
WHY FAITHFUL MD?
To be “faithful” is to be steadfast and unswerving. The faithful are devoted to a way of being and to their mission. Trustworthy and dependable, they stand out because what they do follows who they are.