Pamela Wible

American physician, author and activist

Pamela Wible (born in 1967) is an American physician and activist who promotes community-designed medical clinics and maintains a suicide prevention hotline for medical doctors and medical students. to dream their highest vision of healing and health care


  • What if Americans were free to dream their highest vision of healing and health care? And what if a physician promised to bring those dreams to life? Imagine what it would look like, sound like, and feel like to enter an ideal clinic designed by the American people.
    • Stephanie Marohn, ed. (2009) Goddess Shift: Women Leading for a Change, p. 344
  • (3 Things to say to a suicidal physician:) ...One. I don't say anything. I listen without judgement....Two. Then I say, "You are not alone." ....Finally, I say, "Call me anytime."
    • KevinMD, 17 February 2017
  • Please stop using the word burnout. You are not burned out. You've been abused.
    • KevinMD, 5 January 2016
  • Don't train us to be more resilient. Train us to be more resistant to abuse.
    • KevinMD, 29 May, 2015
  • If your dream is bigger than your cubicle, leave your cubicle. You can practice medicine your way-- as an employee, a business owner, or an entrepreneur.
    • Op-Med, 4 June 2019
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