One Doctor’s Last Day on the Job

Our curious and ever-entertaining baby dragon

Trying to chip in and help my wife care for the baby dragon as well as do a little work at my new job, it has been a while since I’ve checked in here!

Stages of life are always interesting to me, we spend so many of our days in repetition. What happens when we change it up and step off the yellow brick road?

Here is a glimpse to the ending of one great chapter, a final email.

Feel free to share any of your own experiences on new chapters and closing chapters below!

Hi Guys,

Just wanted to wish you all the best again from new york and thank you each for the opportunity to work with you at RAH and Saint Francis Radiology!

My last day was Friday, a vacation day, kind of fitting for a radiologist;)

My wife and baby are doing well, our one month old is putting on the chins at a rate of about 1.5 oz/day.

Feel free to read about her birth more at harlemradiologist.com, a small blog orbiting healthcare from my perspective.

Also, I think that each of you does valuable work and a great job.

If you ever wanted to do a brief interview for this site, just give me a shout or send answers to the following questions:

What is your job?

What is something that you like about your work?

What is something hard about your job?

What is your favoite movie or tv show?

I think those of us in the radiology field are a little invisible to the public and even to the rest of healthcare (imaging venders excluded). As healthcare is of such central importance to all lives, I think it is important for people to recognize healthcare’s meaningful players.

Also, if you would ever like to visit while you are in ny or need a room to crash, feel free to give me a ring.

warm regards,

Stephen

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