Even though the job merely entailed answering phone calls and bringing ice water to patients, I thoroughly enjoyed what I was doing. With the support of the Allied Health sponsor, I applied to be a medical science student at the University of Louisiana at Monroe President’s Academy the following summer. Through this program, I participated in college-level labs and professional externships specifically tailored for students with my interests. I was challenged to apply the knowledge I learned through solving a hypothetical pandemic with a group of other students. This experience showed me that I do have what it takes to be successful in the medical
I took all the sciences I could, eventually majoring in Biochemistry in college to understand the workings of the body. I always thought I wanted to be a pathologist. I was aware of pathology assistants but was unaware of what their job entailed. In my junior year of undergrad, I was fortunate enough to find out that my college worked with a teaching hospital, Montefiore Medical Center. Through them, I was able to obtain an internship in the Surgical
So I signed up to be in an athletic training program and help athletes injured. Later on with in my junior year I was in Medical Terminology and this class has opened my mind to many more medical careers. Seeing the many options in the medical field I realized that I want to pursue a profession in the medical field. My senior year i joined an Emergency Medical Technician class. With this class I see how traumatic and non traumatic
The Show Made me decide that I want to Work in the Medical field. My All time goal is to Become A Trauma Surgeon for Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. The Main reason I would Like to go into the medical field is because I like to help people. I have been Volunteering for A Football And Cheerleading Program Called Brockton Junior Boxers for five years. While volunteering I work with all the players
At my freshman orientation, there were no doubts of what I aspired to be, so I immediately took the title pre-med and began courses in South Alabama’s renowned biomedical science program. Early on in my freshman year, I sat, listening to a speech about becoming an emergency medical technician, and I began to contemplate the pros and cons of this opportunity. My decision to pursue this profession was made based on my inner thirst to improve people’s lives and be the change I always wished to be. In little less than a year, I became a licensed EMT and began my new job at Newman’s Ambulance Services. Becoming an EMT has given me the confidence to handle situations from a critical moment to comforting a panicking patient.
Ten years from now I see myself in college, working to become an allergist. I have my eye set on this goal because I have had to go to this kind of doctor since I was a little girl.I know if I work hard to become an allergist doctor, I would help kids with different kinds of allergies, this would satisfy me more than money would. Going to school now and getting good grades will help me get into a good college. Getting good grades in college will help me get a degree. Getting a degree will help me become an allergist, where I can help people with medical issues.
They started the 12 inch incision down the center of my chest. The moments after that I still don’t remember. We were at Cleveland Clinic, and today was the day of my open heart surgery. My Grandma, Grandpa, and my family, were all walking to the hospital. I could hear the buzzing of traffic, crazy cars honking at each other, and the premonition.
Walking out the hall, I could see more people walking in only hoping that they are going to vote for me. We got back in the car after everyone casted their vote and turned the radio on. About two and a half hours ago, the results were in. With everyone by my side, I watched the polls go my way as the reporter stated that “Bill de Blasio takes the lead over Nicole Malliotakis as he wins the borough of Brooklyn.” I was left with new words as the room fills with
I have been very luckily treated for multiple generic disorders in America since 2001 as a result of advancing medical science and the stunning performance by physicians, surgeons, clinicians and therapists. The medical practitioners had introduced me hopes again and again. It was when I woke up from general anesthesia in Massachusetts General Hospital my surgeon explained to me the implantable device on clinic trial failed to correct my generic disorder; however he reassured me this was not the end of it and we’ll try another device expected to be available after FDA’s approval in a year. I would have a shortened life expectancy if this disorder was left untreated into my middle-age adulthood. Six years later, another doctor in South Carolina identified a
When I contemplate why I want to pursue a career in the medical field, I picture my high school allied health class where my enthusiasm for the field first started and I became a Certified Nursing Assistant. I have been around hospitals and doctor’s growing up, but that class opened my eyes to a new world. To learn extensive amounts about the healthcare field and have the opportunity to gain clinical experience has no comparison, to be able to learn hands on at that age, and know that I wanted to care for patients. To see all those elderly residents, to experience helping them and showing them compassion, it made my day, every day I was there. The fact that I can do two things I love, learning new things and helping people get better excites
The thought of me becoming a doctor and attending to the needs of others is gratifying. My ability to investigate the source of an illness, empathize with patients, think critically and employ a treatment plan for a person 's ailments, intrigues me. The ever-present nature of health problems in my family made me realize that as a doctor I could treat the sufferers of pain and disease, and heal them so that they become stronger and healthier individuals. One of the largest factors which influenced me to pursue a career in STEAM arose from my passion for volunteering. At sixteen, with an early interest in the medical field, I joined the Valhalla Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
The question so often pondered by the youth of this nation is our goal in life, what we plan on accomplishing and how we will do it. The goal of my education is to better the life of myself and those of others through the accomplishments I make as a young scholar. I plan on attending a four year college and playing a sport, after my first education I will be hoping to attend a doctorate program specializing in pharmacy. Through my education I hope to work at a pharmaceutical lab creating new medicines in the hope of saving people 's lives. With the help of scholarships my goal will be to attend a four year college.
Even though the rashes turned out to be from bed bugs’ bites, the physician’s approaches to medicine inspired and motivated me to further research the field of osteopathic medicine. During my sophomore year of high school, I begin to understand one of the four tenets of osteopathic medicine, which describes each individual as a unit composed of mind, body, and spirit. One of my uncles was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease. As the illness progressed I noticed that the illness affected more than his kidney. It affected his emotional and mental states as well.
Not only do I think that the study of life is the most fascinating subject, but I also love that there are so many career options with a social aspect. Preferably, I would like to be working with patients directly. By working with people in the medical field, not only are you able to talk to patient directly, but you have the privilege of helping them. I know that choosing to be a biology major is the right decision for me. Through my classes in high school to my volunteering at the hospital, I know that biology is my