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Success in the Medicine World with Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum

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For you to be a successful individual in the business world, you have to be educated and experienced. Passion in your career also significantly contributes to the professional you turn out to be. Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum is among the individuals who have all the mentioned qualities. He is the Chairman of Orthopaedics at Bronxcare Health System.

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum studied at Brown University, where he acquired his undergraduate degree and later proceeded to Albert Einstein College of Medicine where he got his residency. He then advanced his specialty of reconstructive surgery, knee and hip replacement at Thomas Jefferson University. Before his reign in Orthopaedics at Bronxcare Health System, he served in multiple institutions. For example, the idea of the company was born when he was working to bring BoneHone website to life.

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum’s day starts early in the morning by checking social media pages and emails. He then ensures he gets to work in good time to meet with the heads of his departments to plan the tasks that they need to complete over the week. To stay more productive, Dr. Ira ensures that he communicates and bond with all the surgeons on a weekly basis. Good interaction with employees is vital in all organizations.

Dr. Ira says that one thing that he believes in that most people will object is on the status of the health department. He explains that when people may think there is a health crisis, the department has tremendously improved and is headed in the right direction.

Like every investor, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has favourite quotes that keep him going in his business journey. The first quote says there is no reason to regret your past if you are happy with where you are today. His second favourite quote explains the importance of patience, consistency and hard work for the desired results. The last quote is on being focused on the big picture and avoiding being caught up by the minor setbacks or milestones accomplished in the process.