If you missed our Wellness Wednesday with our nutritionist, Mary Ellen Phipps from Milk & Honey Nutrition, you can still get tips on how to get a healthier dinner on our tables.
As a fan of both Beyoncé and Serena, I am overflowing with excitement for their pregnancy as they embark on the mystical and magical journey called pregnancy for the first and second time in their lives. However, as an obstetrician, I’d like to share a few pearls of wisdom to ensure that the pressure gift that they carry, arrives safely.
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We all know how difficult it is to make an appointment with the doctor of our choice.
So you may be a good doctor but if you are not offering telemedicine you may want to reconsider. Although you might be on the fence, your patients may be ready to find a new doctor, and here is why.
7 Reasons Your Job is On the Line.
The Physicians 4 Day Work Week By Dr. Latisha Rowe MD MBA
A typical physician spends a minimum of 11 years in higher education learning the skills necessary to diagnose and treat everything from simple to complex medical problems. Most people think Medical school and residency are the hard part but the truth is it doesn’t get much easier after that.
By Dr. Latisha Rowe
When it comes to telemedicine the Primary Care Physician is wholly screwed. After spending years to establish relationships with their patients, any overnight telemedicine startup can sign a contract with a private insurer and shut the patients Primary Care Physician (PCP) out on telemedicine.
Meet the Doctors
Dr. Rozalie V. Jackson, M.D.
Dr. Rozalie V. Jackson, M.D. is an Internal Medicine specialist. Dr. Jackson attended Howard University College of Medicine and completed her internship and residency at St. Mary Medical Center affiliated with the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Dr. Jackson speaks English and Spanish.