Entrepreneur Rx

Helping healthcare professionals own their future

Hosted By: John Shufeldt

Successful physicians have many of the same skills they need to become a successful entrepreneur; often, they simply lack any business training. Each week join John, one of the nation’s leading medical entrepreneurs, as he interviews other physicians who have successfully started a business that’s helped them secure their future by creating alternative sources of income and opportunities. If you’re ready to capitalize on your medical background to achieve your entrepreneurial vision this is the podcast for you, Entrepreneur Rx with John Shufeldt, from ForbesBooks.

All Episodes

September 15, 2021

RX11: John Paul Tutela, MD, Founder, Tutela Plastic Surgery

September 1, 2021

RX10: Shantanu Nundy, MD, Author, Care After Covid

August 18, 2021

RX9: Kevin Jubbal, MD, Founder, Med School Insiders

August 4, 2021

RX8: Susan Nicholas, MD, Founder, SusanNicholas.org

July 21, 2021

RX7: Lily Talakoub, MD, Founder, Derm To Door

July 7, 2021

RX6: Krishan Ramdoo, MD, Founder, TympaHealth Technologies

June 23, 2021

RX5: Nisha Mehta, MD, Founder, Physician Side Gigs

June 9, 2021

RX4: Nadine Hachach-Haram, MD, Founder, Proximie

May 26, 2021

RX3: Amy Lehman, MD, Founder, Lake Tanganyika Floating Health Clinic

May 12, 2021

RX2: Shantanu Gaur, MD, Founder, Allurion Technologies

April 28, 2021

RX1: Dana Corriel, MD, Founder, SoMeDocs

John Shufeldt

John Shufeldt is an emergency physician by avocation and entrepreneur at heart. He is an author, serial student, pilot and multidisciplinary entrepreneur, who has founded and operated several multi-million-dollar businesses.

Throughout all of his endeavors, John has maintained a relentless drive to help people rescript their future and reach their full potential.

John earned his Bachelor of Arts from Drake University and his MD from the University of Health Sciences and the Chicago Medical School. He then completed his Emergency Medicine residency at Christ Hospital and Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Ill, where he spent his final year as Chief Resident.

In 1993, when John noticed the ER was overcrowded with minor illnesses and injuries, he launched his first urgent care practice. The business saw explosive growth, expanding from one to 58 locations during his tenure.