Pet Goats & Pap Smears: 101 Medical Adventures to Open

Pet Goats & Pap Smears: 101 Medical Adventures to Open



10 thoughts on “Pet Goats & Pap Smears: 101 Medical Adventures to Open Your Heart & Mind

  1. Farrah Farrah says:

    This book is a very refreshing read in the midst of what s going on with health care today Pamela gives me hope that I ll still be able to practice medicine the way I d like to, without being swept into the system and forced to jump through hoops to battle it out with insurance companies to provide my future patients with the best care possible The collection of short stories contained in here are fun, whimsical and heartwarming like Chicken Soup for the Doctor s Soul I keep being told that This book is a very refreshing read in the midst of what s going on with health care today Pamela gives me hope that I ll still be able to practice medicine the way I d like to, without being swept into the system and forced to jump through hoops to battle it out with insurance companies to provide my future patients with the best care possible The collection of short stories contained in here are fun, whimsical and heartwarming like Chicken Soup for the Doctor s Soul I keep being told that with the way medicine is today, what I envision my ideal practice to be is not possible any and that I still think this way because I m young and too idealistic, but here she is, practicing medicine in a community clinic that truly puts patients first She gives me hope that I ll be able to do the same.My favorite chapter is Doctor in Training Part Two, but one of the quotes that sticks with me most is, I want to be part of a solution instead of a passive contributor to a problem And this one Physicians are good people who are victimized They re overwhelmed and exhausted Do you realize med students graduate with over 200,000 in loans Then, when they graduate, they re funneled into assembly line clinics After all the abuse, doctors are emotionally and spiritually disconnected from themselves and their patients I hope I never burn out like that I d love to have a clinic like hers, and for the concept of happy doctors to not be something that s considered out of the ordinary.I d recommend Pet Goats Pap Smears to anyone, but especially to medical students, physicians, and anyone who wants to follow his her dreams and passions


  2. Danie Botha Danie Botha says:

    A tongue in the cheek look at better, braver and a different way of running a medical practice Through her collection of stories, she takes you into a world of possibilities where physicians and patients can live inharmony Pamela Wible pioneered the first community designed ideal medical clinic in America Read it and chuckle but above all, realize the endless possibilities that lie out there ours to grasp, if we only dare to reach out.


  3. Deborah Deborah says:

    DifferentThis book is a fast read Fairly interesting The doctor who wrote it seems like a terrific person who takes care and time with her patients She genuinely cares for her patients.


  4. Brande Brande says:

    Not so much a book as a collection of meditations on and experience in this doctor s unusual and innovative practice She makes the point that private practice is attainable.


  5. Claudette Banda Claudette Banda says:

    A light hearted doctor s memoir Worth the time, accessible.


  6. Elizabeth Sadhu Elizabeth Sadhu says:

    I read Pamela Wible s book last night in the middle of the night when I was not able to sleep It definitely did not put me to sleep I was up for 2 hours reading it What fun and how funny it is I was so inspired by her great stories and how she helps humans Yahooooooo It specifically inspired me and reminded me of the importance of living our dreams, our passions Speaking up for what is important and going after whatever your calling is There were times where Pamela told us that peo I read Pamela Wible s book last night in the middle of the night when I was not able to sleep It definitely did not put me to sleep I was up for 2 hours reading it What fun and how funny it is I was so inspired by her great stories and how she helps humans Yahooooooo It specifically inspired me and reminded me of the importance of living our dreams, our passions Speaking up for what is important and going after whatever your calling is There were times where Pamela told us that people thought she was a little out there but look what a difference she has made to so many I know this also because I used to live in Eugene, Oregon and I have many friends there who have Pamela as their doc YAY I intend to share this book with many, including any medical friends family that I have It feels very important that doctors be supported in living their passion for helping humans in their own way I was so surprised to hear about physician suicides AND gave me a better understanding of that profession.Speak up Be yourself Bring goats and children to your work place Bring your dog DanceSing at work Givehugs Share your love and your passion with the world and you will be supported Thank you Pamela for saying it very well, for sharing your stories, for helping humans Woooooohoooooo for you Perhaps a parade in your honor is in order With goats, dogs, balloonslove and light and laughter, Elizabeth Sadhu, Portland


  7. Daniel Daniel says:

    Refreshing and hopeful Pamela s writing is energetic, humorous and passionate I would like to seedoctors care for patients with empathy and charity She has some great ideas At one point in the book she asked if doctors should have dogs or cats my answer is no I have family members that are allergic and that would counter all the positives of having animals in the office I do appreciate her compassion and concern for her patients The world would be a better place if everyone cared f Refreshing and hopeful Pamela s writing is energetic, humorous and passionate I would like to seedoctors care for patients with empathy and charity She has some great ideas At one point in the book she asked if doctors should have dogs or cats my answer is no I have family members that are allergic and that would counter all the positives of having animals in the office I do appreciate her compassion and concern for her patients The world would be a better place if everyone cared for others the way she does It is safe to assume most doctors become doctors because they are compassionate and caring and want to help others Pamela has certainly given some great ideas on how medical practitioners can improve and revamp their practices to allowcompassion and healing to occur


  8. Colleen Colleen says:

    Some of the stories made me a bit squeamish I m definitely not into medical details but I enjoyed the book nonetheless and was glad to hear something less arrogant and full of compassion and humor from a doctor I think this doctor is one of a kind and I hope her teachings to medical students make a change for the better In light of the broken medical system, I think this is a book everyone should read.Short anecdotes, easy to read, and something for everyone to relate to who has ever been Some of the stories made me a bit squeamish I m definitely not into medical details but I enjoyed the book nonetheless and was glad to hear something less arrogant and full of compassion and humor from a doctor I think this doctor is one of a kind and I hope her teachings to medical students make a change for the better In light of the broken medical system, I think this is a book everyone should read.Short anecdotes, easy to read, and something for everyone to relate to who has ever been to a doctor almost everyone


  9. Sydney Cooper Sydney Cooper says:

    Pet Goats and Pap Smears is a delightful, easy read that I would recommend to any physician or aspiring physician Dr Pamela Wible briefly describes how she developed a community primary care practice based on patient desires, and how she executed that practice in a sustainable way She details 101 patient encounters to give the reader a taste of what her life looks like on the inside It is altogether heartwarming, inspiring, and insightful showing that medicine can indeed be practiced human Pet Goats and Pap Smears is a delightful, easy read that I would recommend to any physician or aspiring physician Dr Pamela Wible briefly describes how she developed a community primary care practice based on patient desires, and how she executed that practice in a sustainable way She details 101 patient encounters to give the reader a taste of what her life looks like on the inside It is altogether heartwarming, inspiring, and insightful showing that medicine can indeed be practiced humanely


  10. Kimberley Kimberley says:

    Dr Wible has written a warm, funny collection of her experiences with patients, the healthcare system and how she has has created a solo medical practice that is respectful and compassionate for both the doctor and her patients I do wish that Pamela had expanded some of her stories many are very brief and breezy Overall, upon finishing this collection, I really wanted to relocate to Oregon and become one of Dr Wible s patients.


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10 thoughts on “Pet Goats & Pap Smears: 101 Medical Adventures to Open Your Heart & Mind

  1. Farrah Farrah says:

    This book is a very refreshing read in the midst of what s going on with health care today Pamela gives me hope that I ll still be able to practice medicine the way I d like to, without being swept into the system and forced to jump through hoops to battle it out with insurance companies to provide my future patients with the best care possible The collection of short stories contained in here are fun, whimsical and heartwarming like Chicken Soup for the Doctor s Soul I keep being told that This book is a very refreshing read in the midst of what s going on with health care today Pamela gives me hope that I ll still be able to practice medicine the way I d like to, without being swept into the system and forced to jump through hoops to battle it out with insurance companies to provide my future patients with the best care possible The collection of short stories contained in here are fun, whimsical and heartwarming like Chicken Soup for the Doctor s Soul I keep being told that with the way medicine is today, what I envision my ideal practice to be is not possible any and that I still think this way because I m young and too idealistic, but here she is, practicing medicine in a community clinic that truly puts patients first She gives me hope that I ll be able to do the same.My favorite chapter is Doctor in Training Part Two, but one of the quotes that sticks with me most is, I want to be part of a solution instead of a passive contributor to a problem And this one Physicians are good people who are victimized They re overwhelmed and exhausted Do you realize med students graduate with over 200,000 in loans Then, when they graduate, they re funneled into assembly line clinics After all the abuse, doctors are emotionally and spiritually disconnected from themselves and their patients I hope I never burn out like that I d love to have a clinic like hers, and for the concept of happy doctors to not be something that s considered out of the ordinary.I d recommend Pet Goats Pap Smears to anyone, but especially to medical students, physicians, and anyone who wants to follow his her dreams and passions

  2. Danie Botha Danie Botha says:

    A tongue in the cheek look at better, braver and a different way of running a medical practice Through her collection of stories, she takes you into a world of possibilities where physicians and patients can live inharmony Pamela Wible pioneered the first community designed ideal medical clinic in America Read it and chuckle but above all, realize the endless possibilities that lie out there ours to grasp, if we only dare to reach out.

  3. Deborah Deborah says:

    DifferentThis book is a fast read Fairly interesting The doctor who wrote it seems like a terrific person who takes care and time with her patients She genuinely cares for her patients.

  4. Brande Brande says:

    Not so much a book as a collection of meditations on and experience in this doctor s unusual and innovative practice She makes the point that private practice is attainable.

  5. Claudette Banda Claudette Banda says:

    A light hearted doctor s memoir Worth the time, accessible.

  6. Elizabeth Sadhu Elizabeth Sadhu says:

    I read Pamela Wible s book last night in the middle of the night when I was not able to sleep It definitely did not put me to sleep I was up for 2 hours reading it What fun and how funny it is I was so inspired by her great stories and how she helps humans Yahooooooo It specifically inspired me and reminded me of the importance of living our dreams, our passions Speaking up for what is important and going after whatever your calling is There were times where Pamela told us that peo I read Pamela Wible s book last night in the middle of the night when I was not able to sleep It definitely did not put me to sleep I was up for 2 hours reading it What fun and how funny it is I was so inspired by her great stories and how she helps humans Yahooooooo It specifically inspired me and reminded me of the importance of living our dreams, our passions Speaking up for what is important and going after whatever your calling is There were times where Pamela told us that people thought she was a little out there but look what a difference she has made to so many I know this also because I used to live in Eugene, Oregon and I have many friends there who have Pamela as their doc YAY I intend to share this book with many, including any medical friends family that I have It feels very important that doctors be supported in living their passion for helping humans in their own way I was so surprised to hear about physician suicides AND gave me a better understanding of that profession.Speak up Be yourself Bring goats and children to your work place Bring your dog DanceSing at work Givehugs Share your love and your passion with the world and you will be supported Thank you Pamela for saying it very well, for sharing your stories, for helping humans Woooooohoooooo for you Perhaps a parade in your honor is in order With goats, dogs, balloonslove and light and laughter, Elizabeth Sadhu, Portland

  7. Daniel Daniel says:

    Refreshing and hopeful Pamela s writing is energetic, humorous and passionate I would like to seedoctors care for patients with empathy and charity She has some great ideas At one point in the book she asked if doctors should have dogs or cats my answer is no I have family members that are allergic and that would counter all the positives of having animals in the office I do appreciate her compassion and concern for her patients The world would be a better place if everyone cared f Refreshing and hopeful Pamela s writing is energetic, humorous and passionate I would like to seedoctors care for patients with empathy and charity She has some great ideas At one point in the book she asked if doctors should have dogs or cats my answer is no I have family members that are allergic and that would counter all the positives of having animals in the office I do appreciate her compassion and concern for her patients The world would be a better place if everyone cared for others the way she does It is safe to assume most doctors become doctors because they are compassionate and caring and want to help others Pamela has certainly given some great ideas on how medical practitioners can improve and revamp their practices to allowcompassion and healing to occur

  8. Colleen Colleen says:

    Some of the stories made me a bit squeamish I m definitely not into medical details but I enjoyed the book nonetheless and was glad to hear something less arrogant and full of compassion and humor from a doctor I think this doctor is one of a kind and I hope her teachings to medical students make a change for the better In light of the broken medical system, I think this is a book everyone should read.Short anecdotes, easy to read, and something for everyone to relate to who has ever been Some of the stories made me a bit squeamish I m definitely not into medical details but I enjoyed the book nonetheless and was glad to hear something less arrogant and full of compassion and humor from a doctor I think this doctor is one of a kind and I hope her teachings to medical students make a change for the better In light of the broken medical system, I think this is a book everyone should read.Short anecdotes, easy to read, and something for everyone to relate to who has ever been to a doctor almost everyone

  9. Sydney Cooper Sydney Cooper says:

    Pet Goats and Pap Smears is a delightful, easy read that I would recommend to any physician or aspiring physician Dr Pamela Wible briefly describes how she developed a community primary care practice based on patient desires, and how she executed that practice in a sustainable way She details 101 patient encounters to give the reader a taste of what her life looks like on the inside It is altogether heartwarming, inspiring, and insightful showing that medicine can indeed be practiced human Pet Goats and Pap Smears is a delightful, easy read that I would recommend to any physician or aspiring physician Dr Pamela Wible briefly describes how she developed a community primary care practice based on patient desires, and how she executed that practice in a sustainable way She details 101 patient encounters to give the reader a taste of what her life looks like on the inside It is altogether heartwarming, inspiring, and insightful showing that medicine can indeed be practiced humanely

  10. Kimberley Kimberley says:

    Dr Wible has written a warm, funny collection of her experiences with patients, the healthcare system and how she has has created a solo medical practice that is respectful and compassionate for both the doctor and her patients I do wish that Pamela had expanded some of her stories many are very brief and breezy Overall, upon finishing this collection, I really wanted to relocate to Oregon and become one of Dr Wible s patients.

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