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I'm Gabby. I spent my career teaching doctors how to talk - and listen - to patients & now I'm teaching patients how to talk to doctors.

Blue Waiting Room

"My goal is to equip individuals with the necessary skills and confidence to navigate medical visits effectively, alleviating anxiety and improving communication with healthcare providers to enhance the overall experience of seeking medical care".


Did you know fake patients, hired actors and actresses are used as a way to train doctors in how to talk to patients? There are best practices and endless resources for providers (doctor's, nurses, PTs, you name it there are resources) on how to collect information from a patient, ask the right questions, say the right things, all while showing compassion and care. Doctor's are trained on the model of patient centered care, which is training to include the patients voice in the medical visit and in decisions made about their health. I spent 8 years training future healthcare providers on this model until finally a lightbulb went off when I thought "We are constantly training healthcare providers how to talk to patients, because it is expected that patients voices are heard during the visit, yet, it is not the norm for patients to be trained on what that voice should be." It was at that point that my research and work began to educate patients. I have studied and created a proven method to teach patients how to use their voice, how to talk so doctors will listen. It is simple, fun and brings the healthcare visit back to basics.


What I do

Educate and consult

for individuals and organizations


Patient communication consulting provides personal support for patients, aiming at improving communication in consultation with a medical specialist. Consultations address patients' communication barriers and provide guidance, clear language and confidence building.  

Here's why people choose Better MED Visit

  • To increase their confidence as a patient during healthcare visits

  • To improve their interactions with doctors.

  • After having a bad communication experience with a specific medical specialist

  • If they feel tense or overwhelmed by the time pressure of medical visits

  • If they feel uncertain about what they can/cannot say during your visits

  • If they are too nervous to ask questions or speak up during visits

  • If they feel like they are not taken seriously by a healthcare provider

  • If they feel overwhelmed or frustrated by healthcare visits.

  • When planning for an upcoming medical visit; to learn what and how to present your health

  • When planning to meet with a new doctor/specialist

  • To learn how to approach difficult or embarrassing conversation with a doctor

  • To learn how to advocate for themselves or a loved one during a visit

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