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Dr. Naomi Lawrence-Reid, M.D.
Dr. Naomi Lawrence-Reid, M.D. is a board-certified pediatrician and founder of Doctoring Differently®, a digital course and community that educates physicians of all specialties about flexible and lucrative careers outside of full-time clinical medicine.
Through this innovative curriculum, physicians learn exactly how to create a career that maximizes their autonomy and promotes the practice of medicine on their own terms. Every physician has the ability to transform their hard-earned expertise into a satisfying career with tremendous freedom, increased income, and enhanced quality of life.
Are you feeling overwhelmed with the demands of traditional medical practice? Do you wish to explore alternative career paths that offer flexibility, autonomy, and lucrative opportunities?
Whether you're curious about the Doctoring Differently® course, seeking personalized guidance, or simply wish to discuss your career aspirations, a consultation with Dr. Naomi can provide clarity and direction.
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We Physicians are not given permission to try new career paths or explore the creative aspects of our personalities. We are trained that there is one way to be a Doctor—the full-time clinical, research, or academic way. We are here to tell you that there are no rules. You are allowed to explore the full scope of opportunities that your medical degree and license will allow. Doctoring Differently was created to teach you about the vast world of opportunities that are available to Physicians from all specialties. You have permission to create the career that you deserve and Doctoring Differently can help you get there.
You are not. Quitting is not failing. Quitting is bravery and boundaries in action.
You likely will not need your own malpractice policy to start, but you may eventually need to carry your own insurance if you decide to pursue aesthetics or another independent venture. The Doctoring Differently Course will show you what type of policies you may need and cost-effective strategies on how to obtain them.
Yes! It is possible to obtain health and retirement benefits independently of a full-time employer. Doctoring Differently course will teach you about your options in securing these benefits. Join us to learn more!
In the first Doctoring Differently lesson, you will learn to set a minimum goal income now so that you are able to transition out of full-time clinical medicine while continuing to make loan payments and afford your living expenses. The opportunities presented in the Doctoring Differently course have tremendously high earning potential and some of the opportunities presented (e.g. Pharmaceuticals) do offer loan repayment options.
Yes. All Physicians can Doctor Differently.
When Dr. Naomi began Doctoring Differently, she often reminded myself “You were a Doctor before you were a pediatrician”. Our hard-earned critical thinking skills often transcend our individual specialties. We have been conditioned that clinical medicine is our only career option when, as Physicians, we have the single most valuable degrees and skillsets in the world. Those skills are transferable across many disciplines and types of work.
Many of the lessons taught in the Doctoring Differently course are applicable to Physicians around the world. You are welcome to join Doctoring Differently course.
If you have completed Step 3 of the USMLE and hold an unrestricted U.S. Medical license, you can Doctor Differently. Join us!
If you have obtained an unrestricted U.S. state medical license after passing USMLE Step 3 (usually completed in residency), you are free to explore both the clinical and non-clinical opportunities that are taught in the Doctoring Differently course with very few restrictions around board passage. Join us! Most specialties now require successful board exam passage within seven (7) years of residency completion to maintain board eligibility and the ability to practice clinical medicine within your specialty.