It's little wonder that single doctors are considered quite the catch as they not only help the sick and injured, but are highly respected in the community, are highly educated, have a compassionate nature and many of them earn a considerable amount of money as well.
While I couldn't do my husband's job, he couldn't do mine, either.
Patients tend to ramble and nurses become good at making them feel heard and picking out what’s important.
If they are working a late shift or overnight, you win huge points if you offer to bring them food. It's really lonely up here all by myself." And that stayed with me. I am alone while he is: in clinic, in the OR, in meetings, in conference calls, rounding, dictating, charting, scheduling, speaking with patients, speaking with patients' families, attends conferences, attends M&M's, attends board meetings, meets with colleagues, meets with administrators, mentors residents, meets with attorneys, meets with bio tech execs, meets with engineers, takes call, etcetera, etcetera. I married for love, for his companionship, for a life partner.That night I laid in bed and stretched myself beyond my usual confines sprawling myself across the entire mattress. back to school nights, Christmas pagents, teacher's conferences, back to school bbq, end of school bbq, school auctions, graduation festivities, endless kids' sporting games, couples business dinners, family functions, parties, double dates, vacations, Yes, I live a life separate from my husband. I'll hold my gripes inside, fearing the judgment I know I would be met with... And when I dwell on that sentiment, it does make me lonely. Just like I could never be a doctor, my husband could never be a doctor's wife. Residents have crazy things happen to them, often multiple crazy things on the same day. At least then you know what your resident is talking about, a little bit. Your resident does not want to perform physical exams at Thanksgiving. Recognize sleep deprivation for what it is, and not a larger sign of relationship trouble. Your resident is not trying to be difficult, or selfish, or lazy. It is likely very frustrating for your resident to watch Grey's Anatomy or its television siblings. Don't make that difficult by complaining it's late, there are dinner plans, and there is no time to shower. Your resident probably doesn't know enough to actually help, even if he or she wanted to -- and, most likely, he or she doesn't want to. But that knee pain, or those warts -- tell them to see their actual doctor, and hold the questions. That's not an excuse, but understand that on the rare day off, maybe 13 hours of sleep is what your resident needs, even more than a delicious brunch that you even made a reservation for. Indulge your resident's use of the pause button on the DVR when watching shows with medical elements. “My wife is an astute, passionate, empathetic and caring registered nurse,” Ivy says, “just the type of person you want to have in your corner.” It’s a nurse’s job to provide comfort and care for their patients.So it stands to reason that they would also make excellent partners in life. We enlisted some real nursing spouses to share a few of the other sweet, somewhat fluffy, but altogether valuable reasons everyone should marry a nurse.is the best doctor dating site in the world to find, marry & date a doctor online.Many single doctors have met their matches on this great club.Nurses who work three 12-hour shifts often only need to find care for their days on, cutting down on the ever-rising cost of childcare.Ivy has experience with everything from smashed bones, to snake bites, to cancer and his wife has been at his side helping him all along. Francis Howland says his wife always reminds him to stay up to date on his check-ups, keeping his blood pressure in check and even finding melanoma that he had removed.