PRR Helps Physician Catch-Up on CME Credits and be Ready for the Next Opportunity

PRR Prescription for Success: Dr. William Hayden

Dr. William Hayden started in primary care, working as a family physician before pivoting to emergency medicine for 28 years in hospitals in Michigan and Tennessee. He retired and moved to St. Martin, where he taught medical school.

But the desires to return home to the U.S. and, possibly, return to clinical practice led him to Physicians Retraining & Reentry.

Dr. Hayden says he was especially drawn to PRR for the 180 CME credits, which would allow him to reactivate his medical license. The physician refresher program itself, though, was informative and helpful, he adds. The materials provided, including the text and an UpToDate subscription, and the ability to work at his own pace in the flexible program were especially beneficial to him. Like many PRR participants, Dr. Hayden reported that the in-person practicum at the end of the program was interesting and enjoyable and yielded thorough, excellent feedback on his clinical, hands-on performance.

Since returning to Tennessee, Dr. Hayden is working part time teaching life support courses through the American Heart Association. Should an opportunity arise to provide primary care at a local clinic, Dr. Hayden is glad PRR made him ready to return to practice.

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