Choosing hospital medicine as a specialty means choosing between practicing community HM or academic HM. Or does it? Elizabeth Cook, MD, of Hospital Medicine Associates in Lynchburg VA; Stella Fitzgibbon, MD, FACP, FHM, with Memorial Hermann Hospital in The Woodlands, TX; and Chris Moriates, MD, of Dell Medical School at UT Austin, talk about the options available in community and academic HM, and moving between them during an HM career.
VIDEO: Choosing Your Path: Academic or Community Hospital Medicine?
The Hospitalist. 2016 November;2016(11)
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