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Glow Up Your Life with Dr. Kristamarie Collman

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Glow Up Your Life with Dr. Kristamarie Collman

Today on The WoMed, Dr. Kristamarie Collman joins D and Dani to talk about the importance of mentorship, her choice to pursue family medicine, and the motivation behind her empowering…
December 2, 2019
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Glow Up Your Life with Dr. Kristamarie Collman

Today on The WoMed, Dr. Kristamarie Collman (@drkristamarie) joins D and Dani to talk about the importance of mentorship, her choice to pursue family medicine, and the motivation behind her empowering social media presence. Dr. Collman first became interested in the medical field at a young age due to her brother’s rare genetic disorder, and this interest ultimately grew into a love of science and all things medicine. Training in family medicine has allowed her to experience a variety of fields and pursue all of her many interests from weight management to esthetics. Dr. Collman shares what it was like to maintain a relationship with her now-fiancé during residency, what a typical work week looks like for her between urgent care and locum tenens, and makes a huge announcement about an upcoming book. Plus, hear Dr. Collman’s biggest piece of advice when it comes to her flawless skin. 

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