Eight Signs of a Disruptive Physician

1.Making disparaging remarks

2. Losing temper and pulbic scenes of anger

3. Using intimidation or shaming and humiliating others

4. Inability to tolerate feedback or even listen to comments

5. Making unrealistic demands on other healthcare workers or peers

6. Making inappropriate comments to other staff or patients

7. Demonstrating passive aggressive behavior such as not returning phone calls

8. Ignoring  requests from hospital administration

Why hospitals benefit from helping disruptive physicians

Dr. Patrick Hudson MD, FACS, BCC is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a Fellow of the National Anger Management Association. He is also a  Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and a Board Certified Coach. In addition to his medical degrees, he has advanced degrees in Mental Health Counseling, Medical Ethics and Liberal Arts. Dr. Hudson is an anger management specialist certified by the NAMA and is available for coaching and education. He specializes in individual anger management and emotional intelligence coaching for physicians and surgeons.

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