Just as the institution is eager to continue embracing the ever-changing world of healthcare and medicine, I too embody this same distinguishing characteristic. Throughout my undergraduate experiences I have learned in order to be a steward and servant of the medical profession one must exercise teamwork, service, empathy, accountability, and optimism; all of which coincide with the tenets that are declared by the Meharry Medical College, School of Medicine culture. Attending this medical school would be one of the greatest rewards for my motivation and persistence. I know for certain there would be no greater experience than to be a part of the Meharry Medical College
I chose to apply to Georgetown University School of Medicine for several reasons that I think will allow me to become a well-prepared physician. I envision myself working in primary care in underserved communities and what Georgetown University School of Medicine aims to train their students to be medical professionals with empathy and respect are qualities that I am looking for as a prospective medical student from a medical school’s mission and vision. The more than one hundred and fifty years of experience that this institution has and its continuation of providing the best education and always putting the service to others first are the main reasons why I applied to this medical school.
I believe I will be a great asset to any residency program and will contribute my vibrant energy and quality patient care through my enthusiasm, adherent values, optimism, unceasing work ethic, and my persistent desire to teach as well as to learn. My professional experiences thus far have molded me into a doctor who establishes a great rapport with staff as well as patients. I am sincerely devoted to the field of surgery and want to be challenged by the versatile, fast-paced environment that the United States has to offer so that I can continue to improve the quality of my patient care. By being accepted into this program, I will not only be a sufficient physician but also a tireless public servant. Above all else, I aspire to be a humble educator who wants to impart information and patients in a cogent, coherent, and clear manner. This program is the perfect fit for me to be able to improve myself as a doctor and individual.
Studying at a liberal arts college, I learned not only about biomedical sciences, but also about a wide range of classes, such as math, computer, language, history, music, which prepares me to live a meaningful and passionate life, instead of merely to earn a living. Thus, I really appreciate Geisel’s “complete physician” education. At Geisel, besides mastering my textbooks, I will have the opportunities to really learn how to
Beyond the immediate exposure of healthcare best practices and how to address each situation with its own urgency; it has molded me to develop the skills necessary to balance a busy schedule to meet deadlines. Keck Medicine of USC has taught me to only accept the highest standards while being forthcoming and endearing with research for any project. Entering into healthcare from a completely different career path has been nothing short of challenging. This change of career required me to refocus my efforts and abilities to become a team player within an office setting and learn a new dialect only known within the health care community. All the skills and knowledge I have obtained required a great amount of perseverance and dedication outside the workspace to become a successful employee. I have no doubt that the dedication my career has bestowed me with, can also be applied to my education and will help me succeed within the USC environment. With this is mind, I have come to the conclusion that I am prepared to commence my graduate education at USC in pursuit of a Master’s Degree.
The medical field is a career path that brings about many options and opportunities of great value. The noble idea of being a doctor tends to cloud the diligent studying and precise training that is actually required for this career. I have wanted to become a doctor since a very young age, and now that the opportunity is here for the taking, I have fully researched what it takes to succeed in this profession and various specialties of the practice. The road to a medical degree is one filled with thousands of notes, years of schooling, and many stressful nights, but the reward is one incomparable to any other. Saving people’s lives on a day-to-day basis has been one of my dreams for as long as I can remember, so the rigorous curriculum
Moreover, the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences provides a unique teaching approach to students. Classrooms are executed using computers, recorded lectures, and the latest technology. The school recognizes what makes a successful medical student and effectively fills in the gaps between knowledge and
I have learned from my experience that there is no better place in this world other than this country to learn about new cases or to do a research project or to avail the best treatments to my patients.With the latest technologies and rare cases found here, I wish to pursue my career as an internist in the United States.I have many attributes to contribute to Internal Medicine.My family has taught me the values of hardwork,honesty,dedication and commitment to goals.I am a critical thinker and problem solver and I will deliver all these to my residency program.Each patient is a educator for me and this teaching attracts me to academics and I look forward to being part of an institution that provides a healthy learning environment based on open
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Last summer, I had the privilege to attend the Michigan Health Sciences Pre-Exposure Academy held at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor and hosted by the University of Michigan Health System Office for Health Equity and Inclusion (OHEI). This summer program took place on June 14 to June 27. This program provided me with exposure to the University of Michigan Medical School and other health related fields. This program gave me the chance to learn and understand better what medical classes were like and the intensity of work I needed to put in to succeed. My exposure in this summer program helped me decide the best pre-medicine course to take. It also gave me an opportunity to meet new people, many of whom shared similar interests with me, and who are still some of my best friends even to today. To conclude, the Michigan Health Sciences Pre-College Exposure Academy helped make the most of my summer vacation, gave me an insight in my future profession, and prepared me for the rest of my high school, and my upcoming college career.
The Georgetown University School of Medicine strives to ensure that its students become respectful physicians who embrace all dimensions of caring for the whole person. Please describe how your personal characteristics or life experiences will contribute to the Georgetown University School of Medicine community and bring educational benefits to our student body. (1000 characters)
The curriculum provides a solid science foundation through the foundation of medicine course that emphasizes genetics, pathophysiology, etc. However, instead of simply learning the material, I want to be able to apply it, so I am prepared for my clinical rotations. The integration into clinical concepts taught in small groups led by faculty is what distinguishes this program from other PA programs. Therefore, George Washington’s curriculum fits my learning style perfectly because when I joined small peer groups for physiology and biochemistry during my undergraduate career, I retained more information and learned how to apply it to various scenarios helping me excel on the tests. Therefore, this course provided throughout the didactic portion will allow me to apply the knowledge first through case studies, and then as a
All of the University of Tennessee physicians, residents, and students I have interacted with have welcomed me and quickly taken me under their wing. Their desire to teach, mentor, and serve has astonished me and made certain my desire to be a part of such an admirable academic group. With quality guidance and mentorship from the University of Tennessee, I am certain that I will be ready to undertake any challenge my medical career throws at
Georgetown continues to foster the tradition of broad-based knowledge combined with practicality to be a successful and contributing member of society. At Georgetown, I will be able to pursue many of my passions, primarily biological sciences and political science. Ever since elementary school, my goal has been to become a physician, not only because of my interest in human anatomy but also because of my desire to help others. I selectively picked Georgetown because it does not have “pre-med” as a major. The Early Assurance Program within Georgetown College intrigues me as it provides ambitious pre-med students with an opportunity to receive assurance of their admission to Georgetown’s School of Medicine by the end of their sophomore year.
I am interested in Emory’s School of Medicine MD program mainly impart to their commitment to train physicians to serve the community. I believe community involvement as a physician is key to diminish health inequalities where they initially develop. In addition, Emory’s emphasis towards understanding the biopsychosocial conditions of each patient will be vital in honing in on an accurate diagnosis and tailoring my approach as a physician to accommodate these factors while meeting their needs.