A company dedicated to meaningful support for medical professionals.
how do we provide meaningful support?
We take patients that have survived a life-threatening diagnoses and craft their story into a pep-talk, of sorts, geared to lift the spirits of medical professionals.
This is meant to fill a gap in Provider Wellness Programs and move the needle in burn-out, depression, suicidal ideation, and suicide rates in the medical community.
At My Doctor's Meds℠, we like to call these productions for providers "documentary theatre."
documentary theatre noun - a presentation with a close relationship to its factual base. syn. theatre of fact
My Doctor's Meds℠ provides documentary theatre of medical successes. These productions are a bridge to meaning, balancing the burdens providers bear. Together, we can pioneer a diagonal solution to provider wellness with a focused experience meant to move the soul. Let us use our storytelling expertise to give comfort to your team's daily sacrifice.
My life is my message. -gandhi
My name is Pamela, CEO of My Doctor's Meds℠, and I am a leukemia survivor. Medical professionals, whether practicing or in residency, must be reminded of the impact of their life's work.
Our speakers connect with nurses, doctors and other medical providers to remind them just how vital they are. These events are a positive approach to tackling some of the hardest issues in medicine.
Testimonials from medical providers
The views expressed in the testimonials are those of
the individual's alone and do not reflect the official views of
the institutions for which the individuals work.
"My Doctor's Meds is a moving presentation that helped me remember one of the main reasons I became a pediatric nurse, to see children get better! It's easy to forget this as patients frequently come and go. The presentation reminded me that patients really do remember and appreciate a nurse's hard work, especially the little things, like playing an extra game of cards. I feel refocused and grateful to be a pediatric RN."
- RN at Children's Hospital Los Angeles