Dr. Jacqueline Huntly, Physician Career and Leadership Coach
Thrive to Lead MD
Where Physicians Design
Are you struggling with burnout?
Are you wondering if medicine is still for you?
Do you need to re-energize your clinical career?
Are you the leader that you want to be?
Are you wanting to explore new opportunities?
Do you want to rediscover joy and happiness?
You are not alone...
WHAT I HEAR FROM MY CLIENTS:
“I feel so tired, stuck and miserable.”
“I need to reconnect to the heart of medicine.”
"I have no idea what else I can do."
“I want to find more meaning, fulfillment and joy in my life and practice.”
“I love my patients, but medicine just isn't the same.”
“I need a change and want to try something new.”
Why Physician Coaching?
Think of me as a Confidential Sounding Board who will...
Are you ready to take the next step?
Dr. Jacqueline Huntly is certified as a Physician Development Coach through the Physician Coaching Institute.
Her clients are individual physicians and health care professionals coming from diverse specialties and practicing in a variety of settings.
Provide excellence in physician coaching so that my clients can thrive and achieve their career and leadership potential.
To foster a culture in medicine that achieves quality patient care and mutual respect, compassion, joy and well-being for healthcare professionals.
My Latest Blogs...
How can you leave clinical medicine and still make a difference? What can replace the privilege of hearing a patient’s story and being part of another human being’s journey through illness, sorrow, joy, relief? Bearing witness to the gamut of human experience and emotions is after all the essence of being a physician. Yet, there …
“We are not nouns, we are verbs. I am not a thing-an actor; a writer–I am a person who does things–I write, I act–and I never know what I am going to do next. I think you can be imprisoned if you think of yourself as a noun.” Stephen Fry Brainstorming …
In her 2017 comprehensive paper, “Finding Solutions To The Problem Of Burnout“, early and preeminent researcher Christina Maslach clearly articulates the importance of looking at all aspects of the burnout epidemic in order to address how to solve it. Importantly, she reiterates expanding the focus from trying to fix the people, to shining a …