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FP and lifestyle?

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So far I'm leaning toward primary care, and I hear it's very time consuming, but I want to have time for family and a personal life too. Is there a way to do this? I hear that as an FP you don't treat the critically ill, so you tend to get less call than internists or obgyns. And say if I work at a community clinic as opposed to an HMO setting, maybe I'd be less hammered? I'm loving my community clinic experiences btw and totally see myself as a community doc, prolly in an urban setting. Even pay off my debts through a loan repayment program. So, I have less debt, and I have a little more time after my humble FP practice to see the kids at home.

Too good to be true you say...but why? Thanks
 
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