Dr. Scott Jorgensen is a Board-Certified internal medicine specialist with Madison Medical Affiliates in Mequon. Despite being raised by a family who owned a considerable construction business (in which he labored for 9 years prior to college), he knew early in his teens that he wanted to be a doctor. After earning his degree in medicine from the Medical College of Wisconsin, he completed his residency at the Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis, which was not his first choice, but one for which he’ll always be grateful, because it was there that he met his wife.
Mike and Scott cover a ton of great stuff in this episode, like creating a unique path to medical school that had never been done before, his thoughts on the idea of a complete person and why they might be best suited to be a physician, how he hit the same crossroads all entrepreneurs get to when the business impedes on doing what you love, why he’s humbled by the invitation to help families, his point of view on preventative medicine, the reality of living significantly past 100 years old, his love for helping people, and much more!
And now, here’s Dr. Scott Jorgensen.
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