If you’ve ever worked in the Philippine General Hospital, you’d know that patients without watchers, or bantays, can be challenging.
During the board exam review, I visited the National Shrine of St. Jude to pray and light candles for the exam. St. Jude is dubbed as the patron saint for “lost causes” and well, at that time, I truly felt like I was fighting a lost cause.
And to my superhero mother, happy mother’s day. Let this be my gift for now. I promise to make it up to you next year. I love you!
Good luck to all examinees this Sunday! All the best!
We were all idealists when we started medical school. We were wide-eyed and excited for the years to come and the day that we finally get our M.D. It was […]
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 […]