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Building a wildly successful private practice by constantly pivoting with Dr. George Rogu

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Building a wildly successful private practice by constantly pivoting with Dr. George Rogu

April 2, 2020
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Building a wildly successful private practice by constantly pivoting with Dr. George Rogu

Welcome to another episode of the EntreMD Podcast.

In this episode I have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. George Rogu. He is a pediatrician at RBK Pediatrics and has helped grow the practice from a ‘mom-and-pop type practice to one with three locations and 17 physicians. 

We discuss:

  • How he has constantly pivoted over the last 24 years to keep his practice growing and relevant. 
  • How to hire and build a great team.
  • How to know when interviewing if it’s the right practice 
  • Advice for physicians who want to start their own practices.

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Links mentioned in this episode:

Free Telemedicine Masterclass with Dr. Una 
EntreMD Live in Atlanta, GA on 06/13/2020
Freedom Formula Masterclass – 12 week masterclass 

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