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 – Internal medicine physician, healthcare activist, and a physician-publisher passionate about narrative medicine. He has co-founded multiple online publications, including in-Training, a magazine for medical students, in-House, a magazine for residents and fellows, and The Palate, a magazine for medical students at the intersection of nutrition and public health.

Episode 9 – Dr. Timothy Harlan – Internal medicine physician, Chef, entrepreneur, and author, whose public broadcast program “The Dr. Gourmet Show” earned an Emmy Award for excellence in medical programming. He is also the founder of DrGourmet.com, a resource for healthy eating and recipes. Dr. Harlan works as the Associate Dean for Clinical Services at Tulane University School of Medicine and serves as the Executive Director of the Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine, the first of its kind teaching kitchen in New Orleans, LA.

Episode 10 – Dr. Mike Natter – Internal medicine physician and endocrinologist, artist. He has been featured and published in numerous places including the Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper, the Annals of Internal Medicine, and Art Basel in Miami. He has lectured on Graphic Medicine, and, of course, has a wildly popular instagram account @mike.natter.

Episode 11 – Dr. Italo Brown – Emergency medicine physician and assistant professor in social emergency medicine at Stanford University Hospital. He also serves as the Chief Impact Officer of T.R.A.P. Medicine, a barbershop-based wellness initiative that addresses the physical and emotional health of Black men and boys. He was named 40 under 40 leaders in Minority Health by the National Minority Quality Forum and has written numerous pieces for the ABC Medical Unit, The New York Times, USA Today, GQ, and The Root.

Episode 12 – Dr. Diana AndersonHealthcare architect and a board-certified internist. She has worked on hospital design projects globally and is widely published in both architectural and medical journals, books, and the popular press. She is a frequent speaker about the impacts of healthcare design on patient outcomes, staff satisfaction, and related topics. She is also the co-founder of the Clinicians for Design group, she seeks to inspire clinicians to improve the design of their environments and systems.

Episode 13 – Dr. Gerald DiazPhysician and former software engineer. He is the co-founder of GrepMed, a free image based medical reference platform. GrepMed makes it easy for clinicians to find, share, and bookmark management algorithms, checklists, decision aids, diagnostics schemas, POCUS videos, physical exam clips and much more. Dr. Diaz currently works full time as a hospitalist while bootstrapping the development of GrepMed.

Episode 14 – Dr. Chris CarleoEmergency medicine physician with over two decades of clinical experience. His clinical exposure allowed him to learn how challenging it is for our patients to receive routine and urgent medical care. So he partnered with some friends and launched MDAnywhere, an asynchronous, telemedicine company serving more than 40 states. It allows patients to reach providers anytime and from anywhere, while receiving high quality service.

Episode 15 – Dr. Jay-Sheree AllenPrimary care physician and host of the Millennial Health Podcast. Dr. Allen attended residency at the Mayo Clinic and is highly accomplished in her young career. She has published with the ABC News Medical Unit, serves as an Assistant Medical Editor with Hippo Education’s Primary Care Reviews and Perspectives, and serves on Board of the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundations, in addition to numerous other accomplishments and accolades.

Episode 16 – Dr. Roshan SethiRadiation oncologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Completed medical school and residency at Harvard University. He discovered his passion for screenwriting while an undergraduate at Yale and has since made it his mission to consult and write for television and film. He has created, written, and consulted for a number of television shows including Black Box, Code Black, and currently airing on Fox, The Resident. He has also written a number of feature films, which are set for production.