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First job: Air Force physician. I became a hospitalist because: I enjoy the acute care, and I like being able to devote the amount of time a patient needs on a ... Without it I would be lost. If I weren't a physician, I would be: A professional pilot.
Most meaningful professional accomplishment: Winning the Physician of the Year award (at Licking Memorial Hospital) in 2007 was very meaningful and rewarding for me. ... No surprises. If I weren't a physician, I would be: A lawyer defending physicians,
If I weren't a physician, I would be: A horticulturalist.
Even without formal pediatric training, I was a lot more help than no physician at all. ... Most surprising thing about me: I'm a ballroom dancer. If I weren't a physician, I'd be: A photographer for National Geographic.
But it's a mixed regret, as I realize the great value being a teacher and a coach first had in helping me to be a better physician.
Specialty: Internal medicine. I became a hospitalist because: When I was in residency, an attending physician who functioned as a mentor suggested I should be a general internist in the hospital. ... If I weren't a physician, I would be: Something math
First job: With the National Health Service Corps, as the only physician in the western half of a rural county in southeast Tennessee. ... If I weren't a physician, I would be: A writer.
According to Robert M. Wachter, FACP, chief of UCSF's Division of Hospital Medicine, the hospital benefits from the arrangement.“ Rupa is a wonderful physician whose musical life adds a unique
Why I became an internist: I knew at age eight that I wanted to be a physician and I have no idea why. ... And how I like country music. If I weren't a physician: I'd be a teacher, I'm sure.
Something I wish I'd learned in medical school: That I can be a physician and also foster my creativity. ... First job as a physician: I worked at the Duval County Public Health Department and helped found Jacksonville's first public AIDS clinic and WE