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All Posts by Ore Ogunyemi, MD

About Ore Ogunyemi, MD

Dr. Ore Ogunyemi is a trained pediatric urologist and entrepreneur. She earned her medical degree at UCLA, where she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society, completed her urology residency at University of Wisconsin, Madison and pursued pediatric urology fellowship at Stanford University. During her training, she participated in several international medical mission trips and prioritized care for underserved populations. She practiced clinical urology in Northern California.

Dr. Ogunyemi also enjoys medical writing and producing content that is both informative and enjoyable for physicians and the lay public. She consults with patient advocacy groups to impact female urinary disorders and emotional eating. In addition, Dr. Ogunyemi studied at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is certified as a health coach, allowing her to use holistic technique to impact wellness and produce sustainable lifestyle changes in her clients. She is also a budding yogini and is pursuing yoga teacher training.

Is Private Practice the Right Choice for You?

Doctor at the table working on his tablet while imagining starting a private practice

If you’ve ever considered starting your own medical practice or joining a group of like-minded physician-entrepreneurs, read on to see if you have what it takes to make private practice the right step for you.

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The Changing Face of Healthcare Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

magnified view of the covid-19 virus

Even as the pandemic highlights gaps in our health care system, individuals, organizations, and governments have stepped up to deliver innovations to fill these gaps. While this change has come amidst a crisis, there are important lessons in these emergency measures that have the ability to affect our profession into the foreseeable future.

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Is a Hospital-Employed Practice the Right Choice for You?

A hospital employed physician at work

Choosing your next physician job takes a bit of groundwork to make sure it’s the right fit. Don’t overlook the practice type when choosing a position— it can affect all areas of your work life, from the practice culture, your ability to provide quality care, and how your work is valued.

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Flexibility and Your First Physician Job

The Benefits of Flexibility with Your First Physician Job Search

As most residency programs don’t include an elective entitled “Negotiating your dream job,” many first time physician job seekers understandably feel a bit overwhelmed as their training comes to a close. To assuage these concerns, many may feel the need to draft up a list of the “non-negotiables” essential to their first physician job.

So which aspects of your physician job search can you relax? Follow the link to learn more…

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Physician Job Search: How to “Find the Right Fit”

Five Non-Financial Questions Every Job-Seeking Physician Must Ask

Make a list of the non-negotiables in work and career— and don’t shortchange your goals in service to a paycheck. Most physicians work well over the standard 40-hour work week and still take their work home with them; it’s in our best interest to ensure we choose our work environment wisely.

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Why You Should Take a Second Look at Healthcare Job Boards

Why You Should Begin Your Healthcare Job Search with HospitalRecruiting.com

…On the other hand, when you apply to a job via a job board, you show that you’ve put some thought and commitment into choosing it. Additionally, you will be able to tailor your CV and cover letter to that position, showcasing your sincere desire to pursue and accept the job. As some recruited applicants who only review the opportunity after being presented may not follow through, this gives the employer more security that you genuinely want the job…

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The Benefits of the Locums Life: An Option at Any Stage in Your Career

Top Reasons to Consider Locum Tenens

Locums tenens literally means “place holder,” and to many physicians, locums jobs have been just that—a temporary position until something better comes along or the only option for those unable to maintain a permanent position. But times are changing, and more physicians realize that locums tenens is far more than a desperate search for sub-par opportunities…

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MOC – Are There Signs of Hope for the Weary Physician?

A Critical Look at Maintenance of Certification for Physicians

The largest certifying board for physicians, the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), is responsible for certifying over 200,000 physicians. The vast majority— 85% of practicing physicians elect to become board certified. Not obtaining board certification— or maintaining it— is a tremendous faux-pas. The majority of patients and hospitals consider uncertified physicians near incompetent, despite an average of a decade of training and the multiple standardized tests necessary to obtain the MD designation.

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Emotional Intelligence and the Physician Leader

Emotional Intelligence in Medical Practice

For many of us, medical training helped suppress our EI; burying emotions was a self-protective mechanism to get through the long days and nights and the emotionally stressful highs and lows of caring for the ill and dying while building a wealth of medical knowledge and developing procedural skills. As a collective, physicians are starting to realize that this attitude has led to an increase in burnout, fatigue, and even physician suicide.

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Is that Physician Signing Bonus too Good to be True?

Physician signing bonuses are Sometimes too good to be true

You’re flipping through the classifieds section at the back of your specialty’s national journal, and you catch sight of a sign-on bonus package that makes your jaw drop to the floor. Before you start dreaming about around the world vacations,  a summer home, or simply paying off your student loan debt, you’ll need to take a little time to research if that bonus is really too good to be true. 

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