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My name is Emily, and I am a third year Internal Medicine Resident in Phoenix, Arizona. I live with my husband Nicholas and my daughters Anika and Ayla. I hope you enjoy my blog!
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Today was my last day in lung transplants. I’m definitely going to miss this rotation. I have been so blessed to get to work with such an amazing team and to meet so many incredible patients during this past month. The … Continue reading
I am currently on a Lung Transplant rotation, and this past week I got to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience of traveling with the team to procure a set of lungs for one of our patients. This is unlike any other rotation … Continue reading
With only one month left of classes, I can’t help but feel a little sad. I am definitely burnt out on school, and I am really looking forward to no more lectures, but there are a few things I am … Continue reading
Today my school held the annual Gift of Body ceremony to honor and put to rest those who have donated their bodies to us. Many of the students attended, wearing our white coats, and together we walked to the cemetery. … Continue reading
I am officially done with my first year of medical school! I wanted to take a moment to write down a few of my favorite memories and experiences from the year. Enjoy! 1. White Coat Ceremony. I will never forget … Continue reading
My “Goodbye Walter” blog post has been featured on the social media site KevinMD.com! Click here to check it out!
Here it is…my “Goodbye, Walter” blog post. I thought I would write it more like a letter to Walter, as I have many things that I wish I could say to him. I tried to make sure it didn’t come … Continue reading
Finals are finally over, and I am cuddled up on the couch, finally beginning to read Catch-22 by Joseph Heller, which has been sitting on my shelf for weeks. The last two weeks were absolutely miserable, and I am fairly … Continue reading
Today was my last day of gross anatomy lab. I’ve got to say, it’s a little bittersweet. On one hand, it is a huge sigh of relief to be done with anatomy. (aside from a practical, a block exam, and … Continue reading