Dr. George Paroulek
George Paroulek, MD

Meet George Paroulek

Q&A with Dr. Paroulek

Q: Tell us about your background as a doctor.

A: Studied medicine in Central East University in the Dominican Republic. In addition to a rigorous medical education taught in Spanish, I became fluent in the Spanish language as well as the Spanish culture. I completed a 3 year residency training in internal medicine at the Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center in Plainfield, N.J., moonlighting in the Emergency Room in my final year. I have 34 years in experience in urgent care, and primary care medicine.

Q: Why did you choose to become a doctor?

A: I chose medicine as my profession because it is a noble profession, which is vital to society, complex, challenging, relevant, revered, and rewarding on all levels.

Q: Why did you choose to practice in the (primary care /urgent care / occupational health) specialty?

A: I chose primary/urgent care medicine because it allows me to apply my skills to most basic, common, and needed, medical problems in society.

Q: Why did you choose to practice in the (primary care /urgent care / occupational health) specialty?

A: I chose primary/urgent care medicine because it allows me to apply my skills to most basic, common, and needed, medical problems in society.

Q: What unique skills do you possess?

A: I speak 3 languages fluently. Through my medical training, 30 plus years of experience, working on the front lines of medicine, I have developed unique intuitive diagnostic skills and medical common sense.

Q: Describe your day to day activities, priorities and tasks. What do you like best?

A: I have to be flexible, unbiased, and ready to deal with any situation that may arise in a walk in facility.

Q: What accomplishments are you most proud of?

A: My ability to incorporate my medical skills, experience, and the fast paced EMR format of today's medicine.

Q: What are the key challenges of this field of medicine? How is it changing?

A: Staying honest to physician-patient contact and interaction medicine is becoming less personalized.

Q: If you couldn’t be a doctor, what would you be doing?

A: A dentist, orthodontist, oral surgeon, veterinarian, or commercial pilot.

Q: What makes working at Care Station special?

A: Range of services, efficiency, modern facilities, extensive availability.

Q: Why should patients choose Care Station for their primary care?

A: Same as #9

Q: Tell us a little something about yourself.

A: I’ll pass on that one.

Q: How do you like to spend your free time?

A: Travel, exploring national parks, scuba diving, tropics, growing tropical fruits.