Coacing physicins to live life in full color

Ruchi Kaul MD, seen from above, writing in her journal barefoot on an armchair

If you are somewhere between residency & retirement thinking:

How the hell did I get here?!

You're in the right place.

You had all these plans and a vision for what your life would look like — and instead, you’re constantly running. Running after children, running late to work, running to patient appointments, running home with your charting unfinished, and running from your overflowing inbox.

You thought life would feel different by now. That all your hard work would “pay off.” But instead you’re just feeling off. And when you remember the starry-eyed you that started med school with a dream of healing people, you wonder if you’d do make the same choices, knowing then what you know now…

What if it was all worth it?

What if there was just one last step to finally live your dream life?

I coach physicians to

live a life you designed.

For me, that’s 30 to 60 minute appointments. A mostly empty waiting room (because nobody waits!) A calm oasis in the midst of the minefield of insurance-ridden clinics. Patients who are actually truly grateful for my time and clinical input. A break in the middle of the day to pick up my kids, go on a walk, and eat lunch. Sound luxurious? This is exactly the life I built. And you can have exactly the life you build. If you want it.

Become a doctor in control of your life and destiny:

1:1 Coaching

Caring for yourself is the key to caring for your patients. I believe that putting ourselves first is how we’ll put the care back in healthcare. I help physicians rediscover their passion and design the life of their dreams — on their terms.

Let’s reinvent medicine. Let’s make it something we love again. So our patients can thrive and we can, too.

Learn more

Meet your coach

About Ruchi Kaul

I’m a primary care doc who’s done just about everything, from working as a hospitalist, to urgent care, doing locums, for a private practice, for a corporate company doing employee health. I tried all of it, and with each attempt, I felt unsatisfied. This was not the dream I had.

So. I decided to open a DPC. I rented a one-room space and I haven’t looked back. And I have to say that the one single factor that has determined whether my practice is a success or not is me. I decided that I was going to do whatever it took to make this succeed.

Now my practice really is an oasis. My staff comes early just to get a quiet moment and space. Our office is our home. My dream has come to life. My medical practice is a living, breathing manifestation of my life’s purpose.

And now I help other physicians do the same. Learn more about me.