The history of the Ideal Medical Care Movement and how you can design YOUR ideal clinic—even if you're in med school.
Why many physicians and medical students don't consider opening ideal clinics. And how they needlessly continue to suffer as victims.
How to achieve financial freedom through operating a low-overhead office. 3 simple financial calculations you MUST know before accepting any job "opportunity."
The BIG differences between relationship-driven and production-driven medical clinics.
And how to know what type of clinic you're in.
"After reading this FAQ, I now have an overview of the holy grail of my future practice."
~ Matthew Singer, medical student
Join The Ideal Medical Care Movement!
Medical training doesn't provide the skills you need to be a happy, successful physician.
Med school teaches technical skills, but not the required human or business skills.
Now you can learn how to be the doctor you always imagined.
Meet Pamela Wible, M.D.
I'm a family physician born into a family of physicians. My parents warned me not to go to med school—so I went :) Fed up with assembly-line medicine, I FINALLY discovered how to practice the way I had always imagined. I'll save you time & energy by teaching you what I wish someone would have taught me!
I realized that I didn't have to suffer! I could ask patients to help me. My community designed my ideal clinic!!
I started my clinic with just $3000! Since then I've helped hundreds of doctors open ideal clinics all across America!
I cut my overhead from 74% to less than 10% got 86% off my malpractice insurance! You can too! New docs get the BEST deals!
This IS the BEST job of my life. I feel like I hit the lottery. You can have the "hit-the-lottery" life too! What are you waiting for?
I've Helped Hundreds Of Docs & Med Students Create Their Ideal Careers!
Jump Off The Assembly Line & Join Us!
“Meet a doctor with a dream. Without marching, picketing, or waiting for legislation, she inspires a grassroots movement to restore humanity to health care. One doctor can change the world of medicine.
Dr. Pamela Wible is medicine’s Martin Luther King.”
Neil Shulman, M.D.
“Duh! When your health-care delivery system is not fulfilling to patient or caregiver, of course you make YOUR ideal medical system as