Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Working in a Canadian Hospital

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Good Afternoon Dr. Pourgol, 

I hope all is well!  I have seen some very exciting news of National University of Medical Sciences opening up a campus in Florida in the near future! Congratulations!

I would like to start my programs at NUMSS as soon as possible as I am very eager to extend my knowledge.  Please let me know your thoughts. 

Just to update you on how my practice is coming along... I am now 7 months into practicing at an established clinic in Tecumseh, Ontario (suburb of Windsor, ON) alongside 2 chiropractors, a radiologist, a medical doctor, etc.  

I have established a very powerful network of health care professionals whom include multiple physicians, orthopedic surgeons, massage therapists, physiotherapists, etc.  This network has brought along attention from a Canadian Hospital that has recently asked me to discuss the potential of working in the hospital on a part time basis which I would be treating patients as well as the hospital employees!  

I have grossed over $75,000 in the 7 months of practicing and have an average daily patient visit of 20 patients per day while working 6 days per week.  

I have also been asked to work in Plymouth, Michigan in a clinic on a part time basis as well; however, I am unsure of the specifics on how I would be able to practice in the states. Would you be able to give me some advice on that? 

I would love to hear your opinion on everything and would love to initiate the DO/MBA program as soon as possible.  Please direct me further with the next steps. 

Thank you for everything, 

Practitioner of Osteopathic Manual Medicine
National Academy of Osteopathy graduate (2015)

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