Defining Success in an Orthopaedic Career
Dr. Warren ponders whether his decision to jettison an “academic pedigree” in favor of a private practice in western Florida was a good career choice. In answering that question with a resounding “yes,” Dr. Warren’s essay reminds readers that the definition of “success” is intensely personal. In his case, what matters most is being a solid orthopaedic diagnostician and surgeon, a loving father and husband, a philanthropist, and a respected member of his religious and secular communities.
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