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ExpatMD
Your Guide to Living and Working as a Physician in Australia and New Zealand
by Dr. Carmen Brown FACOG FRANZCOG View author's profile page

Overview


Imagine a world in medicine where you feel valued, have time to spend with your family and friends and spend time with your patients instead of charting about them... Imagine taking off two weeks at a time to go to Bali, Fiji or Tahiti! What about having a long weekend every month, just because… Imagine taking all the best CME courses because you have a generous CME budget and 2 weeks just for learning you can use every year... Imagine having a physician's union that guarantees all of this above... Sound too good to be true? It is--for the American medical system. In Australia and New Zealand, it's standard. Stop wondering 'What If?' and start asking 'How?'. In this book we will outline and show you how to make the move to Australia and/or New Zealand. Topics covered include: Licensing,  Board Certification,  Taxes, Visas Relocation and MUCH MORE!  In this book you will find everything you need to know about making the transition to become an ExpatMD! 

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Description


Imagine a world in medicine where you feel valued, have time to spend with your family and friends and spend time with your patients instead of charting about them... Imagine taking off two weeks at a time to go to Bali, Fiji or Tahiti! What about having a long weekend every month, just because… Imagine taking all the best CME courses because you have a generous CME budget and 2 weeks just for learning you can use every year... Imagine having a physician's union that guarantees all of this above... Sound too good to be true? It is. For the American Medical System. In Australia and New Zealand, it's standard. Stop wondering 'What If?' and start asking 'How?'. Topics covered include: Licencing Board Certification Taxes Visas Relocation and MUCH MORE In this book you will find everything you need to know about making the transition to become an ExpatMD! Dr. Carmen Brown is Board certified OB/GYN with experience in working in Australia and New Zealand since 2010. She is the creator and managing partner of ExpatMD, a full service consulting company dedicated to helping American physicians live and work overseas. Since 2013, she has successfully helped physicians in specialities from Emergency Medicine to Psychiatry make the transition to Australia or New Zealand.
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About the author


Dr. Carmen Brown is a board certified Obstetrician/Gynaecologist in the USA, Australia and New Zealand with over 17 years clinical experience in her speciality. She is originally from Atlanta, Georgia and obtained her Bachelors of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology at Tulane University in New Orleans. She graduated from medical school at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta and went on to finish her speciality training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Houston, Texas. She has worked in private practice and in academics in Georgia, Arizona and Hawaii. She has held positions as Senior Clinical Lecturer at residency training programs and medical schools both in the USA and New Zealand. She moved overseas in 2010 with her husband in what was supposed to be a 1 year locum stint in New Zealand. Now almost 10 years, 1 child and 3 permanent residencies later, she is a senior Consultant Obstetrician/Gynaecologist living in Melbourne, Australia. She is fellow of the American Board of Obstetricians/Gynecologists and the Royal Australian/New Zealand College of Obstetricians/Gynaecologists. She is founder and managing partner of ExpatMD, a consulting firm that provides advice and guidance and assistance to American physicians wanting to live and work in  New Zealand and Australia. Dr. Brown has been helping physicians move overseas for almost ten years and has done several interviews about her experience in working in both countries. You can reach her at [email protected] or on her social media sites:

Twitter: @DoctorCarmenB

Website: www.ExpatMD.com

LinkedIn: Dr. Carmen Brown FACOG, FRANZCOG

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Book details

Genre:MEDICAL

Subgenre:Physicians

Language:English

Pages:142

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781098356071

Paperback ISBN:9781098356064


Overview


Imagine a world in medicine where you feel valued, have time to spend with your family and friends and spend time with your patients instead of charting about them... Imagine taking off two weeks at a time to go to Bali, Fiji or Tahiti! What about having a long weekend every month, just because… Imagine taking all the best CME courses because you have a generous CME budget and 2 weeks just for learning you can use every year... Imagine having a physician's union that guarantees all of this above... Sound too good to be true? It is--for the American medical system. In Australia and New Zealand, it's standard. Stop wondering 'What If?' and start asking 'How?'. In this book we will outline and show you how to make the move to Australia and/or New Zealand. Topics covered include: Licensing,  Board Certification,  Taxes, Visas Relocation and MUCH MORE!  In this book you will find everything you need to know about making the transition to become an ExpatMD! 

Read more

Description


Imagine a world in medicine where you feel valued, have time to spend with your family and friends and spend time with your patients instead of charting about them... Imagine taking off two weeks at a time to go to Bali, Fiji or Tahiti! What about having a long weekend every month, just because… Imagine taking all the best CME courses because you have a generous CME budget and 2 weeks just for learning you can use every year... Imagine having a physician's union that guarantees all of this above... Sound too good to be true? It is. For the American Medical System. In Australia and New Zealand, it's standard. Stop wondering 'What If?' and start asking 'How?'. Topics covered include: Licencing Board Certification Taxes Visas Relocation and MUCH MORE In this book you will find everything you need to know about making the transition to become an ExpatMD! Dr. Carmen Brown is Board certified OB/GYN with experience in working in Australia and New Zealand since 2010. She is the creator and managing partner of ExpatMD, a full service consulting company dedicated to helping American physicians live and work overseas. Since 2013, she has successfully helped physicians in specialities from Emergency Medicine to Psychiatry make the transition to Australia or New Zealand.

Read more

About the author


Dr. Carmen Brown is a board certified Obstetrician/Gynaecologist in the USA, Australia and New Zealand with over 17 years clinical experience in her speciality. She is originally from Atlanta, Georgia and obtained her Bachelors of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology at Tulane University in New Orleans. She graduated from medical school at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta and went on to finish her speciality training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Houston, Texas. She has worked in private practice and in academics in Georgia, Arizona and Hawaii. She has held positions as Senior Clinical Lecturer at residency training programs and medical schools both in the USA and New Zealand. She moved overseas in 2010 with her husband in what was supposed to be a 1 year locum stint in New Zealand. Now almost 10 years, 1 child and 3 permanent residencies later, she is a senior Consultant Obstetrician/Gynaecologist living in Melbourne, Australia. She is fellow of the American Board of Obstetricians/Gynecologists and the Royal Australian/New Zealand College of Obstetricians/Gynaecologists. She is founder and managing partner of ExpatMD, a consulting firm that provides advice and guidance and assistance to American physicians wanting to live and work in  New Zealand and Australia. Dr. Brown has been helping physicians move overseas for almost ten years and has done several interviews about her experience in working in both countries. You can reach her at [email protected] or on her social media sites:

Twitter: @DoctorCarmenB

Website: www.ExpatMD.com

LinkedIn: Dr. Carmen Brown FACOG, FRANZCOG

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