Health Care Seminar – Preventing & Overcoming Physician Burnout With Guest Speaker Clark Gaither, M.D.

3101 Glenwood Ave Ste 200
Raleigh, NC 27612

Young Moore and Henderson, P.A., in conjunction with Wake County Medical Society and Wake County Medical Society Alliance, invites you to join us for a complimentary dinner and seminar designed for health care providers and their spouses.


Dr. Clark Gaither

This presentation is designed to help physicians in all stages of their careers learn how to identify, mitigate, alleviate, and prevent job-related burnout. Dr. Clark Gaither, author of an Amazon #1 Best Seller, Reignite: Transform from Burned Out to On Fire and Find New Meaning in Your Career and Life, will share some real-life practical information that can be used to help prevent and restore damaged lives and careers due to burnout.

Dawn D. Raynor, Stephen A. Brown

Physician burnout can lead to a variety of legal issues. Attorneys with experience in medical malpractice defense, employment, and business-related matters will be on hand to answer your questions regarding the legal ramifications surrounding this important topic.


Keynote Speaker - Dr. Clark Gaither

Dr. Clark Gaither is a board-certified family physician, Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians and current Medical Director of the North Carolina Physicians Health Program ( An expert in the identification, mitigation, and prevention of physician job-related burnout, Dr. Gaither's primary focus is to help transform the lives of individuals by retooling their mindset for success and unleashing their creative potential. He is an avid writer, speaker, consultant, and author of four books.

In 2016, Dr. Gaither was awarded our state’s highest honor for dedicated community service and volunteerism, North Carolina’s Order of the Long Leaf Pine.

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Attorney Panelist - Dawn D. Raynor

Areas of Law - Employment Law, Workers' Compensation

Attorney Panelist - Stephen A. Brown

Areas of Law - Business Matters, Trusts & Estates

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