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30 years solo: Advice from a doctor on staying independent
I run a small, independent practice out of Arlington, Texas. And when I say “small practice,” I mean that it’s just me—along with my nurse and my administrator who runs the front desk. We serve everyday people in the greater Arlington-Dallas area, and most of our patients are regulars. Sometimes we see multiple members of the same family.
Next year will mark my 30th year in private practice, and I intend to keep practicing this way.
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