Dr. Ted Dodenhoff was a plastic surgeon for three decades. But when practicing surgery felt too demanding and began wearing him down, he knew the time had come to retire. He did all the things … Read More
Since 1995, The American Academy of General Physicians has been an essential asset for physicians across the country, working tirelessly to support the growth and recognition of general physicians. Now, AAGP is honored to work … Read More
Dr. Leonard Glass, a Physician Retraining & Reentry co-founder, says the idea for PRR began when he thought about “recycling” the potential pool of hundreds of thousands of physicians who were retired, near retirement or … Read More
At Physician Retraining & Reentry, we focus on preparing physicians to provide primary care services. What, exactly, is a primary care physician?
A primary care physician provides preventive care, like routine check-ups, and is often a patient’s first … Read More
Physicians who have let their licenses lapse but want to return to practice have options, according to MDLinx. One such option is to participate in a re-entry program — and the Physician Retraining & Reentry Program (PRR) is one of the most prominent of these programs, MDLinx said … Read More
Physician Retraining & Reentry (PRR) was founded with the goal of solving the primary care physician shortage through educating and training specialists and retired physicians. This goal is what sets PRR apart from other professional development programs for physicians, including our partners at the … Read More
Physicians are tasked every day with finding ways to treat problems. The Physician Retraining & Reentry program was, likewise, created by physicians as a solution to a festering issue. Noting both a decrease in the … Read More