Gail Gazelle, MD
I’m a physician coach who works to improve the work-life balance of physicians in all fields. I do so by providing tools for resilience, mindfulness, and fulfillment. Over my 28-year career in medicine, I’ve worked in an unusually wide variety of roles: director of the pain and palliative care programs at a major Boston HMO, hospitalist on the complex surgical services staff at a major Harvard teaching hospital, hospice medical director, emergency room extender, primary care internist, regional medical director of a large national hospice chain, academician, and entrepreneur. As a result, I have a solid understanding of the mindset of physicians and physician leaders in a wide variety of specialties.
I graduated from Cornell University and Upstate Medical University. I’m a part-time Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School as well as an Associate Scientist at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where I developed and teach a resilience session to all internal medicine residents.
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.