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Residency Anesthesiology Ethiopian

My parents were both born to farmers in the eastern part of Ethiopia. They re-located to the capital city to struggle for a better life for themselves and their children. I was the second oldest of four children, two biological and two adopted.  While I was growing up, we lived in a modest home faci…

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Residency in Anesthesiology, Obstetrics, Indian

I like to think of myself as India’s hardest working Anesthesiologist in my current position with XXXX Hospital in Rajm, Srikakulam, India. I am very proud of the great strides that have been made in my country in the area of anesthesia over the course of the last few decades, taking into considerat…

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Residency Anesthesiology, Westernized Chinese


For me the magic of medicine is profoundly reinforced by how we are now able to make even major surgery virtually painless. This is where I find my greatest joy and pride in life as a practitioner of anesthesiology. I am searching for my first residency assignment and hope very much to be chosen b…

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Medical Residency in Anesthesia, Caribbean


Jamaica conjures up images of a far-away exotic locale, where the people are warm and friendly and make visitors feel at home. It is also the place where I was born, and where my love for working with people developed. Since most of the employment there is related to tourism, like many of my frien…

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Residency in Anesthesiology, UK, Surgery


While a senior at the University of XXXX, I was shocked to see poverty and disease up close, to learn its reality. As a rural health care volunteer in northern India, without portable machines or diagnostic equipment, I experienced medicine and surgery at its roots: my hands and ears were my most …

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Medical Residency Anesthesiology, ICU


My first thoughts of pursuing a career in anesthesia occurred while I worked as an ICU nurse.  After working in various medical settings I found the intensive care unit to be the most fascinating and immensely challenging.  As an ICU nurse, the most rewarding part of my job was the recovery of pati…

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Medical Residency Anesthesiology, Leadership


I am eager to enter a medical field that combines intellectual challenges, a hands-on approach to utilize my technical abilities, and the art of medicine that supports individualized patient care.  I look forward to the excitement of making precise judgments to support vital life functions during …

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