Disclaimer: the stories you read here are taken from my imagination and may or may not be based on any particular patient or classmate. I put together this blog to express to people on the outside what medical school is really like. For those of you who enjoy Grey’s Anatomy and House, you may want to turn back now. I don’t run the hospital’s MRI; I don’t perform every type of surgery available; and I certainly don’t openly insult my patients, no matter how much their particular illnesses are a result of their negligence. I do, however, serve on a team that works with a variety of resources to promote wellbeing. The television shows have ruined the American public’s expectation of how physicians really work. The purpose of my little blog is to introduce you to life inside of a hospital. Hopefully, I can dispel any myths that you may have about what we do.
Oh look, Scrubs in on.