Reflections on a Decade of Solo Practice
Starting your own practice in a period of economic uncertainty is not easy – but it can be done. All it takes is hard work, tenacity, and courage.
Ajit Nemi | | Longer Read
After nearly 30 years of education, residency, fellowships, and more, I found myself waking up on Monday mornings not wanting to go into work. I had spent many years dedicated to my training and education, including a fellowship at Emory Eye Center that I loved, but the “real world” was not living up to my expectations. I didn’t feel inspired or fulfilled. After six months of working at a group ophthalmology practice, I realized I needed more control over my career – I wanted to be my own boss. I have always had an entrepreneurial spirit, and I knew I would not be satisfied until I took the leap and started my own ophthalmology clinic. Fast forward to the present day, and my solo practice – Lotus Vision – recently celebrated its 10-year anniversary.
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