As they always say, love works mysteriously and sometimes, you find it in the most unexpected places with the most unexpected person and during the most unexpected events.
Valentine’s Day is around the corner, which means love is in the air for everyone, even busy physicians.
Find out why a fellow health care professional may be your best match this holiday.
Busy in such a degree that they almost turn themselves into social retards who don’t know what socialization and dating mean.
However, I was proven wrong when a friend of mine attested that such intimacy really exists in real life.
Is there nothing wrong with doctor dating nurse or should you just stand firm in what you believe to be a professional decorum?
While many of your coworkers or the more conservative staff might end up raising their eyebrows, when you really think about it, there is definitely nothing wrong with dating or even going to something much deeper so long as the two of you are not committed and still remain professional as far as your daily duties are concerned.“So it came as no surprise to me that most of the people who worked there, dated there.” During her residency, Bott followed suit and began dating a nurse, who is now her husband.Some physicians report that they enjoy having a companion who shares their perspective and passion for medicine.Nearly 40 percent of physicians are likely to marry another physician or health care professional, according to the 2014 Work/Life Profiles of Today’s Physician released last year by AMA Insurance.Many physicians marry other health care workers because of life timing and availability, said Steve Sherick, MD, an emergency medicine doctor who lives with his wife, a pediatric oncologist, in Colorado.Somehow, though, when nurses do date doctors, that romance is susceptible to more intense scrutiny than other relationships.