The Physician Grind Podcast
About This Show
This is narrative medicine at it's best. It's not a place to get the feels or to learn life lessons. This is an arena where doctors, nurses, and other healthcare providers can share the good, the bad, the beautiful, and the ugly in medicine. This is real life, not primetime television. Feel free to contact us if you would like to share a story.
Most Recent Episode
15: Boston Strong
4 days ago
In this episode of the Physician Grind Podcast we feature a brand new contributor, Sam Keif. A native of Boston, Sam shares with us his experience in health care at the time of the Boston Bombings.
Sam Keif Bio:
Sam has spent over a decade working in the healthcare industry. He started as a front desk attendant at his college's student health center and worked his way up to a management role at a world renowned academic hospital in Boston. In the span of his career he worked at institutions such as Boston's Children's Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. He's worked in roles directly within the operations, analytics, finance, billing, hiring and clinic management within the healthcare sector. After working for other for many years Sam got the itch to go out on his own and started freelance recruiting in the summer of 2016. In January 2017 Sam officially started "The Gaisce Group, LLC". "My goal is to help both hiring facilities and candidates reach their goals and find the right fit for them to be able to practice medicine to the best of their ability." "When you agree to work with me you get all of me. I pour my heart and soul into my work and I don't settle for mediocrity...ever."
Why healthcare? "I've always wanted to work in a job where I can put my head on my pillow at the end of the day knowing I've helped someone."
Sam lives in Braintree Massachusetts with his Wife Sabina, Son Barry, and their two dogs Gobi and Aloo.
For more information about Sam check out his website at http://www.gaiscegroup.com
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I love these podcasts as well as the blog. They're incredibly entertaining and give a real peak inside the field of medicine. p**p all day is probably my favorite episode so far.
Date published: 2017-05-30