Consequently, my journey as an aspiring PA has been a little longer than anticipated yet it was worth every minute of it. Furthermore, it was through my melting pot of life 's events and educational experiences that molded me into the person I am today. I want to contribute and revolutionize the concept of patient centered health care facility utilizing the notion of teamwork all working for the same objective; the patient 's well being.
Each person is born with an innate talent which he or she may embrace as they grow. My innate ability is caring for people. I have seen my talent become enhanced based upon my experiences with patient care. I find this quality is constantly evolving especially after what I learned from my experiences as an aspiring Physician Assistant. No matter what the environment each professional shares the same compassion as the other. I witnessed it firsthand when I shadowed a PA in an Emergency care setting, versus the time I followed a PA in a rural family medicine pract...
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...the community in need. After growing up in Key West, Fl. which is considered a rural medical area, I understand what it is like to go without medical care because it is so limited. Due to that fact the idea of contributing to those who live in rural areas and may not have a means to obtain the care they need. Again, my decision was reassured by experiences such as volunteering, and shadowing working in a patient centered environment, but doing so as a team is my motivation to continue my journey as an aspiring Physician Assistant. Finally, I’d like to extend my gratitude to you folks for taking the time to let me share not only my story but my dream. It is to be hoped that one day I will be able to prove my worthiness as a student through personal attributes such as my aptitude, dedication, and commitment to become a potential candidate at your admirable institution.
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