Once you match to a city that you don’t live in, you quickly realize how much you need to accomplish. For starters, you have to find a place! Fortunately, the hospital I matched at provided me with a set of resources compiled from residents giving advice on where to live. I’d personally recommend striking a […]
End of an Era: Thank You!
And just like that! 4 years of medical school are over. That means that my time here on the Merck Manuals has quickly come to an end. I’d first like to thank Merck Manuals for giving me the opportunity to blog on this platform! I found it a great way to talk about all aspects […]
The Surgical ICU
At my medical school, we are required to take an ICU rotation during 4th year. Back when I was contemplating surgery and interventional radiology, I put the surgical ICU as my ICU of choice for my 4th-year lottery. Since I decided to go into medicine a little later than expected, I didn’t manage to switch […]