Today was the last day of examinations for the clinical clerks. After ten months in PGH, they get their own well-deserved break before they face their final year in med school (internship!!!). And so as they say goodbye to PGH for now, I thought it fitting to dedicate this post to them.
They’re the people we imagine when we think of doctors. They’re the doctors we see on film and TV. For some of us, they’re our parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins […]
This is my PGH gratitude series as internship draws to a close. This first post features people who may not be officially part of the hospital but are invaluable in its operations: the Bantays.
Time to run some blood.
I love these early mornings at the OPD.
How do you jump from a clueless medical student to an OMG-this-is-for-real doctor?
We have this extraordinary chance to serve, to heal, and to comfort, and I hope we always use it the best way we can.