Too many patients to see and not enough time to see them.
Is this what being a doctor is supposed to be all about?
Becoming a doctor used to be a surefire plan for a successful life. You’d enjoy a comfortable lifestyle that reflected your accomplishments, while doing meaningful, important work that helped make the world a better place.
But today, too many physicians are burnt out, stressed out and wondering if the hassles and headaches are even worth it.
You deserve better.
Your patients deserve better.
I’m here to help you find it.
My name is Dr. Sharon McCoy George, and I’m a Board certified Family Medicine physician. I also launched my own solo/solo membership family medicine practice in 2006, and the experience has changed my life. Now, I’ve made it my mission to help other physicians — particularly primary care doctors like me — bring their good to the world in a way that supports and sustains them.
“Our discussion was an opportunity for me to reflect on the ideas and decisions I was already working on and it was helpful to have Sharon generally confirm that I was likely heading in the right direction. It was great to talk through my dilemmas and considered solutions with someone who understands my circumstances.”
Avery Wood, MD
Solo Family Medicine, North Bennington, VT
Right now, I’m offering a special private mini-retreat designed for doctors to help you explore the ways a direct care practice can help you put the passion – and the peace — back in your medical career.
This half-day, private retreat is completely customizable to address the issues and concerns that are most important to you.
You can choose up to three sessions from the following topics:
- Do I really want to be a business owner? – The myths and must-knows of being your own boss
- Transition Timeline — How to not starve or go bankrupt while getting started
- Specialty Search — Explore options for finding the right niche within your field
- Do I even want to keep seeing patients? – Where do you fit in the medical profession?
- Self-care Secrets – Taking care of your practice while taking care of yourself.
- Simplicity of the no staff practice – Working with virtual assistants, using simple tech tools as staff replacements, and more.
- Planning your Business – nuts and bolts of creating a successful, sustainable practice.
- Location Scouting – creative and unusual practice locations that will inspire you and delight your patients
- Models of direct care practices
“Physicians are disgruntled and unhappy and don’t know where to turn. They get a lot of chances to share their complaints but not a lot of what to do about it. Sharon is offering options. She can help you move from frustration to doing something positive for your practice and your life.”
N. Michael Jongerius M.D. ABFP
Doctors all across the country are suffering, and the system isn’t going to get better any time soon. And it just breaks my heart to see such whole-hearted, good people who worked so hard for so long and who have so much to give be stressed and unhappy.
How would it feel to take back control of your career, live the life you deserve, and form the kind of real and meaningful connections with your patients that help them live better, healthier lives?
Whether you’re ready to start your own direct practice or just want to explore your options, I’d love to help you discover more ease, meaning and peace in your work.
I hope you’ll join me.
Virtual: This is the most common choice. In the comfort of your own home or office, we connect with Skype video or phone conferencing. Works quite well.
St. Louis, MO area: my home base, multiple dates available.
Other areas will become available depending on my travel schedule.
If you feel this is right for you, let’s get started!
If you aren’t sure if this is right for you, please schedule a phone call to get your questions answered. No cost, no obligation.
You deserve it; your patients deserve it.