Are you an up and coming father with concerns or fears of how things will change once the baby comes? You are not alone. Even doctors feel this way.
Today's episode is with Dr Andrew Tisser, an Emergency Room doctor from New York. He and his wife are both physicians and expecting their first child. Although all physicians get some experience in pediatrics during their early years, it never truly prepares us for having a child of our own. Listen in as Dr Tisser and I discuss his expectations and fears of being a father.
Andrew earned his medical degree at the New York Institute of Technology, College of Osteopathic Medicine. He then completed his residency at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY.
Dr Andrew Tisser is the host of the Talk2MeDoc Podcast, which focuses on topics important to early and mid-career physicians. He is also a career strategist for physicians who are looking to improve their satisfaction with work. He works tirelessly with his clients to accelerate their goals to completion! You can find more information about this valuable resource at his website https://www.andrewtisserdo.com.
Andrew has been featured in NBC, NPR, and MTV News as well as multiple podcasts. His podcast was most recently named as one of the "21 Best Medical Podcasts to Subscribe to in 2021." Dr. Tisser lives in Western NY with his wife, Alysia and dog, Lillie.
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