What’s good everyone!
Let’s go back to Episode 1! You’re going to hear from Dr. Carmen Brown, an OB/GYN who now practices in Australia.
She is a southwest Atlanta native who started her medical career in Athens, Georgia. After being fed up with all the typical frustrations doctors have, she and her husband literally closed up shop, packed their bags, and took a world tour. If you've ever been to New Zealand, you'll know why they decided to call it their new home.
In this episode you’ll learn:
The differences in practicing medicine between the United States and New Zealand What’s it like as an African American woman living there What financial preparations were necessary to leave her practice and take off on a world tour What’s her advice for other physicians considering moving and practicing abroad Why she’s not just a doc!
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