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First job: With the National Health Service Corps, as the only physician in the western half of a rural county in southeast Tennessee. ... If I weren't a physician, I would be: A writer.
Why I became an internist: I knew at age eight that I wanted to be a physician and I have no idea why. ... And how I like country music. If I weren't a physician: I'd be a teacher, I'm sure.
Something I wish I'd learned in medical school: That I can be a physician and also foster my creativity. ... First job as a physician: I worked at the Duval County Public Health Department and helped found Jacksonville's first public AIDS clinic and WE
Do some introspection as a physician about what you really love to do on a daily basis, whether it is academics, teaching or clinical care, and do that. ... If I weren't a physician, I would be: A history professor, but one who relates historical
I came when I was 24. If you weren't a physician, you would be: I think it is such an honor, to be a doctor and to be able to
The way he behaved with patients made me think about how I want to be as a physician. ... If I weren't a physician, I would be: An engineer. I like math and physics.
Something I wish I'd learned in medical school: The interpersonal bedside management skills with patients and families that are required to be a caring physician. ... On being a physician: Often we forget how much of a privilege it is to care for people
The other one is an older book. It's called Patients, the Experience of Illness, by a physician named Mark L. ... If I weren't a physician, I would be: A social entrepreneur.
Advice for medical students: It is a privilege to be a physician and you should join the profession only if you are truly committed to service to others. ... If I weren't a physician, I would be: A professor in a biology-related discipline.
At Mercy, consults by the palliative care team are requested by a physician or care manager. ... Dr. Jones found the way in his monthly Heart of Mercy Rounds, which he holds for physician, nursing, social work and pastoral staff to discuss health care