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Episode 11: A Heart-Centered Practice with Diana Londoño, MD: Urologist, Surgeon, Changemaker

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Episode 11: A Heart-Centered Practice with Diana Londoño, MD: Urologist, Surgeon, Changemaker

October 5, 2022

Episode 11: A Heart-Centered Practice with Diana Londoño, MD: Urologist, Surgeon, Changemaker

Oh friends – get ready to be inspired and challenged. My discussion with Dr. Londoño encourages everyone to re-think how medicine is practiced. She challenges folks to take a more heart-centered approach, dance more, and focus on human-beings vs. human-doers. 

Dr. Diana Londoño is the founder of Physician Coach Support.com, where doctors can get peer support over Zoom 24/7.

 She is a certified life coach, and one of the few female Latinx urologists in the country. She has experienced burnout twice herself! Because of that, she writes and speaks passionately about wellness and humanity in medicine on social media and on television.

Check out her physician coaching program!
Diana’s Website
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