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Emergency Exit

As I mentioned in this prior post, I had an emergency exit from Saipan. As I have mentioned before in my posts about transports, these things come up suddenly, but also not so suddenly. (The following should really be added … Continue reading

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Published

As referenced by this blog occasionally, I am concurrently completing a three year fellowship in a pediatric subspecialty. What this means is that after I was board certified to practice pediatrics, I was matched (aka accepted) to an accredited program … Continue reading

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Transport Number Who-Knows-How-Many-I’ve-Done-Now

So, another transport in the books for me. I write this on the long multi-part plane ride back to Saipan because I always find myself reflecting on this or reflecting in general. I must not be the only one that … Continue reading

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Doctor’s Visit Day

For some reason, I tend to remember doing my annual type visits always in December. It’s good to be in a habit so that you actually keep up with the care that you need. I try very hard to not … Continue reading

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Near Drowning Community Advocacy

During your training to be a doctor, there is always a component where you are encouraged to do ‘advocacy.’ It was always a bit of a nebulous topic and for us, our rotation (i.e. time set aside during our training, … Continue reading

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Talking about Cancer

I was invited to give a little talk at the school of one of my patient’s this past week. It was an exciting thing to be able to do for me since I knew it would benefit my patient. She … Continue reading

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Welcome to Tinian Health Center!

Tinian Health Center (THC) is a hop, skip and jump away from the main hospital where I work — but unlike Kagman which is also very close, it involves a plane ride to get there. As you can imagine, this … Continue reading

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