Seven months of fellowship are in the books. Just like that. It’s pretty incredible how fast time flies. Cliche, but so true. I am incredibly fortunate to train at a facility that sees an immense volume and mix of gastrointestinal … Continue reading First Seven Months of GI Fellowship in Review
From the very first day of medical school, doctors-in-training (residents) are molded into competent practitioners. TV glamorizes this as a nearly overnight process, when in reality becoming a physician with the wealth of knowledge patients expect and deserve takes nearly … Continue reading The Art of Remembering Your Role
Matching into a three-year clinical Gastroenterology fellowship program is a dream come true. Match Day was December 6th, 2017. I remember anxiously driving home to meet my wife Claudia and puppy Chloe so that everyone was there to hear the … Continue reading I Matched into GI Fellowship!
With the new year fast approaching, I felt that the weekly “New Horizon” photo challenge was apropos. Internal Medicine residency is a perpetual cerebral challenge, involving … Continue reading The Maturation of a Physician
It’s time for the obligatory “year in review” post, and I couldn’t be more proud. Intern year is an emotional rollercoaster, marked by episodes of triumph and failure. The year is almost over, and I am (anxiously) awaiting my second … Continue reading PGY-1 “Intern” Year In Review