It is one of a few fields of medicine that allows for almost limitless possibilities in pursuing interests; from primary care in Occupational Medicine clinics to surveillance and hazard prevention in industries, drafting guidelines in regulatory agencies, and administration in corporate and public health departments. Therefore I aspire to do residency in Occupational Medicine. I seek a program that offers the opportunity to train with physicians who loves to teach with an ethos of excellence and provides me with challenges to broaden my array of skills and competencies. A residency program that selects me will receive an optimistic, enthusiastic, amiable and intellectually curious individual who will persistently work to serve patients as well as colleagues.
To gain surety parental guidance was the best tool to use. On an affirming response, it confirmed where my passion is inherited. I started medical school with an open mind expecting hard work, challenging situations, and a demanding environment. Beginning with the basic sciences, Human World of Adventure and Discovery begin my fascination towards physiology and facilitated my understanding of the foundation of medical diseases. Dealing with patient care always appealed to me, yet reaching clinical years would take few years.
Working with patients provides me with great professional and personal gratification, and because of that I feel a strong connection to the population I serve. After closely studying the coursework offered by the MPH program at the University at Albany, I am empowered with the essential tools to address important public health issues nationally and globally. I am excited to pursue Internal Medicine because it is a field closely aligned with my passion for forging a deeper level of primary care for the patient. I am better prepared to pursue this path than I have ever been in my life. My goal is a life of clinical practice and research to close the gap between the known and unknown, in disease prevention and treatment.
This motivated me to pass USMLE at first attempt with competitive scores. I anticipate a career in general medicine. I am eager to maintain my interest in teaching through patient education and through involvement with student training.
This obligation takes many forms. I would personally accomplish this goal by reading health education journals, previewing new products, and being aware of what can affect my community both positively and negatively. I will look forward to becoming a healthcare administrator, and being part of a larger community. As healthcare educators, we are offered a chance to improve the quality of many peoples ' lives including family and friends. We are the faces of the community, with the common goal of building a healthy community.
Emergency room physicia... ... middle of paper ... ...erested me about this career. Also making bonds with my co-workers excites me, because I like to make good bonds with the people in my life. I am very excited to do a job shadow of an ER physician because it will give me hands on experience as well as show me if this is really the career I want to pursue. ER physicians triage people and help a range of injuries. To become a physician you have to take many years of schooling.
As a clinical observer, I found an opportunity to create a solid foundation on patient diagnosis and treatment, and not to mention, long hours with charting and recording patients’ information. Finally, I believe my experience as a CPhT, clinical experience along with knowledge and passion for helping people will help me become a successful physician assistant candidate. While working in groups as an undergraduate student, I would always motivate myself and dedicate to reach the team goal. And learning from my shadowing experience, I think that motivation to give fullest attention and care to patients is very important. I believe being a PA is having great responsibility and with my educational background, cultural diversity and strong desire to be a health practitioner, I am ready for this challenge.
I wanted to be a physician who is well equipped with medical knowledge and training to help those in need as I find it a stimulating and meaningful profession. To make sure that my ideal matches with the reality, I job shadowed Dr Tan in Klinik Malaya when I was in Malaysia. It was heartening to observe Dr tan attend to each walk-in patients professionally, conducting the assessments carefully, all the while maintaining her patience and empathy. She also skillfully switching between the different type of spoken languages to establish effective communication with her patients and was mindful of avoiding scientific jargon to allow herself to be easily understood. The close interaction built and her ability to assure, educate and empowers the patients to take control of their well being was admirable.
I am interested in working in in underserved areas as well as serving underserved populations because I can maximize my impact by fulfilling their needs. I hope to bring my qualities, such as integrity, interpersonal skills, and my strong desires to serve others, to LMU-DCOM where I can receive the education to become a successful osteopathic physician.
The next step for me is to pursue an endocrinology fellowship. I hope to continue to be involved in academics and contribute to medical education especially in the field of Diabetes and metabolism. I am looking for a program, which provides adequate training in all aspects of endocrinology, and help me train as a superior clinician. Your institution has a great reputation in academics with a strong health care system. It provides a careful blend of autonomy and supervision, didactics and hands-on training.