Elizabeth Flynn

You can make a difference in the whole dynamic of the family. I’m a kid at heart, and as a pediatrician, I can color and play fun games while still being a doctor!   If I wasn’t a pediatrician I would be a first grade teacher. A lot of pediatrics is teaching, not only the …

Azita Moalemi

Something that has amazed me recently is how my elderly patients are adopting technology in their lives. They understand the value of technology to teach them about medicine. We think technology is for millennials, but it’s not.  


  Optimizing Your Practice for Elderly Patients   The elderly population is large and has high utilization rates. This presents opportunities to develop and implement targeted interventions for those patients. READ MORE

Rachel Gunter

Our medical group is our most important resource right now.   Any questions I have there is someone there to answer. Then I can focus more on the patient part of the practice rather than the background stuff that I don’t have 30 minutes to figure out how to do on my own.

Joel Meshulam1

  A lot of my patients will come to me and say, “I didn’t want to bother you.” And I say to them, “That’s bothering me!”

Viet Nguyen

Many people do not appreciate their body or their health as much as they should. Life goes by very fast; take care of your body, because you’re only given one.   There’s no exchanging or refunding it! You have to preserve it and take care of it as long as possible.

Rachel Gunter1

  It’s really important to help kids transition from going to the doctor with you, to going themselves. Sometimes parents aren’t as mindful that they should be teaching their kids how to adjust to that…


  Understanding Millennials: Two Vital Statistics for PCPs   Born between 1981 and 1996, millennials are the largest, most diverse generation in the United States. They have tremendous buying power at $3.4 trillion per year, and by 2020 they will make the majority of healthcare decisions in America. READ MORE

Jim Jenkins

  If I could get all my patients together and give a few words of advice, I’d say it all boils down to eat healthy and move.   No matter what condition they have, exercise helps, eating healthy helps. Their behavior and how they treat their bodies has a greater impact on them than any …