The knowledge, skills, and experiences that I have acquired have laid the foundation to become a successful health care teacher. I have learned in my entire life that compassionate work for patient’s care serve as a foundation to build on, enabling me to become a responsible healthcare worker, leader & teacher. Being a medical professional for me is my passion for work and achieving goals. The medical field is ever changing because it requires constant learning and staying up to date with current issues. I graciously accept this responsibility.
I chose TTUHSC SOM because of the ability to learn medicine in a place that values the art of patient care in its foundation as well as the ability to do anything I hope to do in medicine guided by the strength of its mission and the care that TTUHSC SOM provides for its students. I would like to conduct my medical career in a setting that converges between urban and rural settings. My parents brought their strong work ethic from Ghana, cultivated on their family’s farms, to Austin, Texas where it was critical in encouraging my own desire to work in close contact with a diverse population of patients. My experiences in the communities I’ve lived in and health care have provided me with the insight to work within both types of areas. My most prominent experiences in health care have come from working in clinics that serve underserved populations.
The ability to experience many specialties simultaneously would be extremely similar to what I would experience everyday as a rural physician. These clerkships are exceptional at preparing a physician for the wide range of situations they would experience every week while also helping them find specific areas of interest to them. These areas of interest can assist with semi-specialization that occurs in rural settings while getting a view at the variable conditions and lifestyles that each member in the community experiences. The socioeconomic struggles of Colorado Springs is more comparable to the situations that many rural community members face which would allow me to build even more empathy and compassion to those individuals. Although the area is not rural by any means, the feel of the city is much smaller than Denver, which would further adapt me to the “small-town” feel that I desire.
Having the ability to work in different healthcare settings, with a diverse patient population appeals to me because I am a lifelong learner. I am convinced that Duquesne University will help me to achieve my goal to be a lifelong learner as part of their mission statement is to “promote a lifelong responsibility for ongoing
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Hi Yasna, It 's Samantha, the associate you interviewed Friday for sales lead. Sorry for the extremely late email, this is the first chance I 've gotten to write you. Today I went by Children 's Place at Eastridge, and spoke with Diana. You had asked me to see what I noticed that was different from Eastridge and Valley Fair, and the first thing that I noticed when I walked in was how much smaller the store is compared to Valley Fair. I also noticed how there is less traffic coming through at Eastridge then there is at Valley fair.
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