Episode 0 – Introduction – What is Doctor Hustle? Looking for the creativity, leadership, and entrepreneurship in healthcare.

Episode 1 – Dr. Calvin Sun – Emergency Medicine physician and Founder and CEO of The Monsoon Diaries, an international travel company that has taken hundreds of people to over 150 countries including North Korea, Iran, Antartica, Pakistan, Venezuela, and Cuba. The Monsoon Diaries has been featured on Huffington Post, TEDx, USA Today, National Geographic, Business Insider, and Yonghap News.

Episode 2 – Dr. Wayne Moore – Emergency Medicine physician and President and CEO of Moore Life Urgent Care located in Gallatin, TN. He also serves as the Medical Director of Meharry Medical College’s physician assistant program, the Medical Director of Nashville’s Rock N’ Roll Marathon, and many other roles. He previously served as the Medical Director for the District of Columbia’s Fire and EMS Department.

Episode 3 – Dr. Michael G. Knight – Assistant Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine and the Founder and President of the Renewing Health Foundation. He also served as the 48th National President of the Student National Medical Association, and currently serves on the board of the National Medical Association.

Episode 4 – Dr. Herman Williams  – Chief Clinical Officer and Executive Vice President at RCCH Hospital Care Partners. He received his MD at Boston University, MPH from Harvard University, and MBA from the University of Washington. He is also an author and recently published the acclaimed book “Clear! Living the Life You Didn’t Dream Of.”

Episode 5 – Dr. Amy Faith Ho – Emergency medicine physician and nationally-published writer and speaker. Her work, ranging from health policy to medical education to women’s advocacy, has been featured and published in venues such as NPR, The Today Show, Chicago Tribune, The Hill, TedX, FemInEm, and Untold Stories of the ER.

Episode 6 – Sketchy Medical – An interview with the founders of a company started by four medical students that uses comprehensive videos in microbiology, pharmacology, and pathology to guide viewers through illustrations using creative stories to enhance retention by associating medical topics with memorable visual elements.

Episode 7 – Dr. Amitha Kalaichandran – Pediatric resident and health journalist, who has written for publications like The New York Times, The Walrus, The Atavist, The Boston Globe, ABC News, and the Huffington Post. She also served as a fellow in global journalism at the Munk School of Global Affairs. In addition, she has launched a start up, trained as a yoga instructor, holds a Masters in Public Health, and authored a children’s book.

Episode 8 – Dr. Ajay Major

Episode 9 – Dr. Timothy Harlan