Who Am I?

.. & why should you stick around?

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I thought you’d never ask. Here’s the short of the long:


I’m a physician by training

(yes, I’ve earned a medical degree and even practiced with it for over a decade)


..but I’m not here to dish out traditional medicine.



Doctor blog: Who is Dr. Corriel? Read about who she is, and why you should follow her, here.
get it? ‘Dish’? ‘Cause that’s me, on a dish.


In fact, I’m not here to share anything medical at all.

Because I left my clinical practice in 2019.


(it’s true!)


I took a mid-career pivot and to focus on something new that I had worked on: healthcare social media.

I know that, at this moment, you may be thinking:



But I really love the transition and also happen to be really good at what I do. Which is a killer mix.


So now I’m teaching other healthcare professionals to do the same: to leverage the tools of communication – the ones in our cell phones, with us everywhere we go – to amplify our voices.

 (and giving them a space to network and shine, through my entrepreneurial venture).





Having parted with clinical medicine, I’ve armed myself with just a cell phone (I create everything that you see).

I’m convinced I’ll still make an impact, even if it’s not in the traditional way. How?

By combining curiosity & imagination, and by allowing my motivation to fuel the way.

So I guess there’s only one question left to ask:



Are you in?






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buckle up for the ride.


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Doctor blog: Who is Dr. Corriel? Read about who she is, and why you should follow her, here.