I find it hard to believe that after so many years, women are still asking, “Can we have it all?” From my perspective, we answered that question in the affirmative generations ago when we donned our “power suits,” dropped the children off at school and went to the C-level suite.More
We are so proud of our Dr. Robert H. Thomas
It is a wonderful honor when the people you serve publicly demonstrate their appreciation for your service. Our Medical Director Dr. Robert H. Thomas received such an honor in being recognized recently as a Patients’ Choice physician.
The Patients’ Choice award is given to physicians based on their patients’ praise for the quality of care they receive. In Dr. Thomas’ case, the patients of Coral Gables Executive Physicians felt strongly enough about his care, compassion and knowledge that they provided glowing online feedback about their experiences. Each of the recognized physicians are evaluated on their bedside manner, doctor-patient face time, follow-up care, ease of appointment setting and courtesy of their office staff. Patients also share their overall opinions.
We are extremely fortunate to have Dr. Thomas as part of our team as Medical Director. A Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Miami, Dr. Thomas was previously Chief Medical Resident at Jackson Memorial Hospital. His experience and professional accomplishments set the bar for the level of medical expertise offered at Coral Gables Executive Physicians.
So it comes as no surprise that his patients’ reviews placed him in the top percentile required to earn the Patients’ Choice distinction. Of the nation’s 870,000 active physicians, only five percent were accorded this honor by their patients in 2013.
Congratulations, Dr. Thomas! This recognition is well-deserved.More
By now, we all know what the pink ribbon stands for. Breast cancer awareness has become an entity all its own with the pink ribbon symbolizing so much more than treatments and therapy. With October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a few weeks away, a full spectrum of cancer survivor stories and cancer triumphs will be shared.More
“Believe it or not, tossing and turning in the middle of the night is not a suitable form of exercise. But studies suggest making time for an actual workout during the day could be key to a better night’s sleep. The trick is being patient: According to recent research, exercising consistently can lead to improvements in sleep over time, but not immediately.”More
“This month, take a moment to assess your lifestyle. Are you living a heart-friendly life or you are heading for disaster? Preventing heart disease requires attention to many aspects of your life. Consider these heart healthy habits. Which ones can you add to your heart-healthy lifestyle?”
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“Every parent wants the very best for their children. With back-to-school season underway, there’s no better time to put the spotlight on one of the most important ways we can help them: by encouraging them to develop healthy lifestyles at the youngest possible age. In addition to the ABCs and arithmetic, our earliest years are when we learn and build daily habits that can last a lifetime. Many of these habits, like the foods and beverages we consume and the amount of physical activity we get, can have a profound effect on the quality of our lives and our likelihood of developing major illnesses later in life.”More
“The thyroid, a butterfly-shaped gland in the neck, can have a dramatic impact on a huge variety of bodily functions, and if you’re a woman over 35 your odds of a thyroid disorder are high—more than 30 percent, by some estimates.”More