Dr. Chelsea Turgeon completed her medical education at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. During year two of her OB/GYN residency, she realized clinical medicine was not a sustainable career choice.
She resigned from residency, bought a one-way ticket to South Korea, and never looked back.
Now, she has built a successful online coaching business helping healthcare professionals recover from burnout and forge their own path to career fulfillment.
And in 2021, she published her book, Residency Drop Out: How I Quit My Medical Career to Travel the World and Work Remotely.
She’s doing work she loves, helping clients she adores, and traveling the world full time.
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