Tips for adding a new graduate to your practice

Consider it an investment in optimism

The first, and most critical, element of adding a new graduate to your practice is accepting that daily practice life that must change: a new graduate completely alters the pace of the day. This acceptance is necessary from everyone. If that doesn’t make sense, thinking the receptionists, the technicians, and other doctors will be impacted, only the new graduate will be slower, you need to look at it in the context of a treadmill.

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