Rheumatologists Weigh Pros, Cons of Working in Private Practice or Academia

The Rheumatologist—April 19, 2017

The Rheumatologist featured an article on the positives and negatives of working in academia versus a hospital. HSS rheumatologist, David R. Fernandez, MD was interviewed on why he preferred hospital employment. Dr. Fernandez wanted the opportunity to participate in basic and translational research, and he appreciates having a large and diverse patient population.

To Dr. Fernandez, the advantage of working in a hospital is access to a plethora of specialists at HSS, which makes it easier to care for patients. "The size of the practices means that patients can generally be seen in a timely fashion," he said.

Read the full article at The-Rheumatologist.org

 

 

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