Month: March 2015

Going back to where it all started

When I look back at my career, there are many different important moments that led me this point. One that really stands out was my decision to attend St. George’s University (SGU), in Grenada West Indies.

It was 2001, a time of great personal doubt and uncertainty in my life. Despite that, my dream to become a physician persisted and SGU gave me the opportunity that I knew I deserved. Since then, it’s been an incredible fulfilling journey that keeps getting better every day.
I have incredibly fond memories of my time at SGU and despite how busy life can get, I’ve been meaning to try to give a little back to my alma mata. And with that, I’m really excited to have the opportunity of going back so to speak, to where it all started.
On April 21st, I’ll be attending the SGU information session in Fort Worth, Texas. This will be the first SGU event I’ll be attending in many years. As an alumni, I’m really looking forward to meeting the next generation of bright minds looking for that same opportunity. I look forward to catching up with SGU people, answering questions and sharing my story with everyone there.¬†
Hope to see many of you there!
4/21/15 Tuesday
7:00pm-8:30pm
Ft. Worth, TX, USA
Courtyard Ft. Worth Downtown
601 Main St.
Ft. Worth, TX, USA
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Learning, food and great memories

I had a few minutes so I thought I’d try and collect some of the many pictures taken at my last job that capture the spirit of learning combined with the fun and joy of eating together like a family.

At least a couple of times a month, we would hold pot lucks at our clinic while we did our Friday afternoon outpatient noon conference. They often a had a theme such as “Pi day”where we all made/bought some form of a pie.

The work we did in that clinic was often quite difficult but small events like these really made the work and learning process so wonderful!

Lot’s of great memories and I miss all of you!