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Why Physicians Should Practice Medicine in Georgia


Cardiologist Andrew Chung shares his perspective on practicing medicine in the state of Georgia.

Andrew Chung, a cardiologist based near Atlanta, Ga., told Physicians Practice one of the best things about practicing in The Peach State is the friendly people.

"... From firsthand experience I can say that of all the states, more people here in Georgia will great you, though they've never met you, with 'How are you?'" said Chung. "And that is probably the friendliest way to greet someone - to ask how they are doing."

Listen to this podcast to hear more about what Chung loves about practicing in Georgia, as well as some of the things that he said make practicing there difficult.

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