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Cracked Screens & Holey Socks!

Cracked Screens & Holey Socks!

That’s what it takes to start a new clinic and feed the embers of a revolutionary healthcare model for those with headache and facial pain. In this post, I take a break from going over primary headache types to discuss this personal epiphany.

Guest Contribution by the Current Director of Operations (DOO)

Guest Contribution by the Current Director of Operations (DOO)

Instead of writing about my perspective on the response I got when approaching someone in the non-profit world about becoming a director of operations for a non-existent clinic without any previous examples... I thought it might be best to hear it straight from the horse's mouth.

Director of Operations

Director of Operations

The great thing about direct primary care practices is that many docs can do their thing with minimal or no staff, much reducing costs all around.  However, in my circumstances, I’d be building a novel center in the hopes of improving headache and facial pain care across the board.  It needs to be solid from the start but also able to adapt quickly, I need another brain. Yep, a director of operations.

Growing a Clinic

Growing a Clinic

As a soon to be mother of four, 18 months of growing a clinic baby sounds pretty grueling.  It IS worth it. This would ultimately be to make life better not only for my patients, my staff, my family and little old me, but also for the future of medicine, and the headache and facial pain population.