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There are a variety of reasons for this, according to Cheryl Phillips, M.D., a geriatrician and the senior vice president of public policy and health services at LeadingAge.
The groom’s mother, a pediatrician, and father, a geriatrician and palliative medicine specialist, share a practice in New York.
Almost certainly at the bottom, too, but not evaluated in the compensation survey: geriatricians, palliative-care physicians, and headache specialists.
The bride’s father is a geriatrician and family doctor in the Bronx, and an assistant professor in the department of family and social medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Researchers have spent considerable time in recent years examining what exactly geriatricians do.
What matters most, geriatricians emphasize, are changes in an individual’s score over months and years.
The ranks of doctors and nurses—especially internists and, in an unfortunate twist, geriatricians—are also thinning.
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