Resident Physicians Unleashed!
Contract Negotiation Coaching & Workshops with Geeta Arora, M.D.
Coming out of residency to your first job can be overwhelmingly exciting and nerve wracking. I remember my residency program offering a how to “negotiate” talk in my last year of residency. It was from a financial services person that said, you will be making more money than you are now. You should invest it….with me.
That was the beginning and end of the conversation.
As Residents and Fellows, you have gone through a whole lot of training, none of which included understanding your true worth in the business of medicine. I want you to make a lot of money coming out of training. If you do, you will make it harder for the system to under pay physicians that have been in the system for longer than you.
I coach residents and fellows how to negotiate their contracts. I’ve negotiated over 90 contracts on behalf of myself and other physicians. What you think isn’t negotiable, is. I teach residents and fellows to stand in their power when it comes to negotiating, understanding what to negotiate, how to negotiate it and how to think bigger than you’ve learned how to think within the system. I teach you everything I wish I knew when I was coming out of residency.
This coaching program is for Residents and Fellows that aspire to a doctorpreneur lifestyle. Your mind will expand at the endless possibilities with your medical skills and we will get to the core of what you want your life to look like and understand how to build that life for yourself.
I give talks to residency programs as well, if you are interested in me speaking to your residency program send me a note.
Geeta Arora, M.D.
Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Integrative Medicine
Dr. Geeta Arora is dual board certified in Internal medicine and Integrative Holistic Medicine. She has practiced as a locum tenens hospitalist for over 10 years. In that time she has worked with 16 locums companies, 17 hospitals, 8 telemedicine companies and has negotiated over 90 contracts on behalf of physician colleagues. She is dedicated to lifting up women physicians and residents to make sure no one is saying yes to low pay. She strongly believes that if you say yes to low pay, everyone gets hurt because the system feels it is okay to pay low salaries and low hourly wages. Dr. Arora also teaches women physicians how to navigate the locum tenens world so that they too can be an entrepreneur and live the life of their choice.