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Doctors & Dollars #21 Recap: High Yield Private Practice Tips

In this episode of the Doctors & Dollars podcast, we chat with Dr. Raven Henderson, a private practice plastic surgeon in Kansas City.

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Up until just a couple of years ago, Raven worked for a large hospital system. However, she decided to transition to private practice. We talk all about the bumps in the road and insights she has learned from this change.

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We also chat about her upbringing and how that influenced how she handles money and how it helped her pay off her loans in just 2 years after graduating training.

She really has a ton of high yield advice that makes for a great listen. If you are in private practice, then you really will not want to miss this one!

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    Jordan Frey MD, a plastic surgeon in Buffalo, NY, is one of the fastest-growing physician finance bloggers in the world. See how he went from financially clueless to increasing his net worth by $1M in 1 year and how you can do the same! Feel free to send Jordan a message at [email protected]

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