Friday, June 24, 2011

I'm Back (hopefully for a long time)

This past Monday I took the USMLE step 1 and yesterday (thursday) I took the COMLEX (That is, I took the MD boards and the DO boards). I have to say that I am relieved they are over and I hope I did well. Now I have a week off before I start my rotations. I am hoping that, in the future, I will be able to share some of my experiences in the various different hospitals I attend.

There are so many topics that I would like to talk about in the upcoming week that I hope I have enough time to thoroughly engage all of them. This is my aspiration, but we will have to wait and see how much time I really have because I have to get things ready for a baby.

I am starting my 3rd year rotations off at a place called Miami Children's Hospital. It is known as one of the best children's hospitals in Florida. I am excited but also worried. I am worried because I don't know how I am going to feel about seeing very sickly and dying kids, so that worries me. However, I feel privileged to be able to rotate at such a fantastic hospital where my training will be, undoubtedly, top tier.

Ok, have a good shabbos everyone. Maybe later today I will post something on the Parsha if I have a little time after I fulfill all my obligations around the house that I have been neglecting for the past 5 weeks.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Rabbi Shlomo Fisher, Derashos Beis Yishai 15