Aug 11, 2020 12:15 PM
Debra E. Blaine, MD
Resilience Coaching, LLC

Debra E. Blaine, was born in New York City and grew up on Long Island, NY. She received her BA in the Honors Liberal Arts Program at the University of Texas at Austin, before going on for graduate studies in Comparative Religion at Temple University. She attended Baylor College of Medicine to earn her MD in 1987, and has practiced medicine on Long Island and Queens for thirty years.
Her first novel, "CODE BLUE: The Other End of the Stethoscope", is a medical thriller and a love story about Russian hackers stealing patient information from electronic medical records, and murdering patients for millions of dollars. This fictional murder mystery is set in a real-life, corporate-run urgent care clinic, and vividly reveals the challenges that physicians now face in the current, greed-infected healthcare industry, whose priority is profit over health.
She is also a Certified Professional Coach and serves medical and other professionals working in the impersonal corporate world to find and pursue their passions. She offers individual and group sessions.
Dr. Blaine has been published in medical forums, including KevinMD and Doximity, interviewed by Medscape and the Brazilian newspaper, The Falho de São Paulo, and has been featured in articles in HealthNewsDigest. She continues to work as a physician in the Long Island urgent care medical community on a part-time basis.
She can be reached through her website,