Are you living the life of your dreams? Do you have unrealized goals?
Elsie Koh, MD is hosting a dynamic, intimate, and complementary evening of wine, hors d'oeuvres, and inspirational conversation, entitled Small Steps Towards Big Changes, on Wednesday, April 10, 7:00-8:30 pm, at the office building of Dr. Edmund S. Liu, 207 Pompton Avenue, 2nd floor, in Verona. This is a free event for the public.
Dr. Koh, who is Medical Director at Azura Vascular Care in Woodland Park and a Proctor Gallagher Institute Consultant on thinking into results, addresses the questions that most of us think about on milestone birthdays –Am I living the life of my dreams? If not, how can I? Whether the goal is a new job (or entirely new career), better health, weight loss, an improved or new relationship, or enhanced motivation in general, participants will leave with five actionable steps they can take immediately.
The first 10 to register will leave with a free classic inspirational book by Bob Proctor, You Were Born Rich. Register for this event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited.
Dr. Koh become one of the first women to enter the field of interventional radiology, when only 1% of doctors in the field were women. She forged ahead despite even other doctors trying to steer her towards a specialty more traditional for women. Along the way, she championed other doctors and grew three practices from scratch. She is currently Medical Director, Chief Medical Information Officer and Medical Advisory Board member at Azura Vascular Care in Woodland Park, NJ, where she is the first doctor in the Greater New York City Area to pioneer use of a game-changing, minimally invasive innovation for patients with end-stage renal disease requiring vascular access.
|Learn how to identify and reach your goals, no matter what they may be at Dr. Elsie Koh's seminar.|
Dr. Koh received her medical degree from Tufts University in Boston, and her Executive Master in Healthcare Leadership (EMHL) degree from Brown University in Providence, where she also received her undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. She completed her Interventional Radiology training at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. Although a traditionally trained conventional medical doctor, Dr. Koh is a believer in alternative medicine and an integrative medicine approach.