Clubhouse: The modern-day Cheers bar for premium surgeons
4 days ago - By Healio
Cheers, the American sitcom that aired from 1982 to 1993, was set in Cheers Beacon Hill bar in Boston, where a group of locals met to drink, relax and socialize. The theme song “Where Everybody Knows Your Name” truly represented the show.
In this era of social media, how can Cheers have any relevance? In the pre-COVID era, most of the pearls for my practice - surgical, medical, administrative, efficiency strategies - were learned in hallway chats and small gatherings at most eye meetings, large or small. Since the pandemic began, much has changed on how we obtain our
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