An Interview With Candice Georgiadis
In my opinion I think employers can contribute to employees’ wellness by implementing a mandatory annual wellness check covered by the employer along with nutrition/exercise counseling in order to enhance mental ad physical well-being which in turn would increase productivity and boost team morale. This in turn would focus on prevention rather than treatment which as we know, chronic illnesses are major burden on the Healthcare system so rather than treat we should be preventing disease.
How does a successful, strong, and powerful woman navigate work, employee relationships, love, and life in a world that still feels uncomfortable with strong women? In this interview series, called “Power Women” we are talking to accomplished women leaders who share their stories and experiences navigating work, love and life as a powerful woman.
As a part of this series, I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Azza Halim.
Azza Halim, MD is a board certified Anesthesiologist as well as Aesthetic Medicine, Anti-aging, and Regenerative Medicine Physician.
Dr. Halim’s medical training began at Northwestern University in Chicago.
Dr. Halim did a research fellowship in pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, she then went on to do her internship in internal medicine.
Dr. Halim completed her residency in Anesthesiology, along with subspecialty/fellowship training in critical care/trauma and pediatrics at Northwestern University along with Pain Management with leading authorities in the field. She went on to do further training at London Med.