Never big into the salt life or fishing, Dr. Mislowsky moved to the area in October 2010. Yet, although she loved the beach, she didn’t immediately fall in love with all things water. Soon after, though, she met her now-husband, Scott Cook, a longtime fisherman, boat captain and shrimper.
Their professions couldn’t be more different, but Dr. Mislowsky appreciates the dynamic because it allows her to shift gears when she gets home.
“Sometimes, you want to talk about work when you get home because you had a bad day. It’s nice to have someone who can just listen,” Dr. Mislowsky says. “It helps give me the energy and strength I need to go back in every day to support our patients.”