Brian (future chief resident) - Outpatient Medicine
Virtual Tours by Students
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I will be the ambulatory chief for this upcoming year. I'm currently a primary care provider at one of the clinics and M GHT MGH Internal Medicine Associates Clinic, which is also where I was a resident. I think one of the things that makes residency training special at MGH is the outpatient experience. If you talk to some of the residents, they will tell you that it is indeed tough. It is also one of the most rewarding experiences. When you arrived here at MGH, you will get a panel of patients passed down to you from one of the other residents. You have these this group of patients that cause you there, Doctor. Toe have to be responsible for this group of patients. You really get toe build relationships with patients over the three years that you are in residency here, and you can also build on some of the panel to include some patients based on your interests, whether that's clinical interests or patient population interests. It's a really special, really special thing to get to know those patients. Over over three years, I've had the fortune of taking care of families, um, one of my patients as a history of import syndrome and his family and was admitted in the hospital on. I went to visit him, got toe, meet some of his family, and they decided to come see me and connect on. It's really special to get toe, take care of multiple generations of people to get to know the context in which people live, and and I think that it's it's one of the most special experiences that you can have. I am really looking forward to meeting some of you on some of your interview days, and I am really excited to see some of you here next year. I wish you all the best of luck on your interviews and all the best of luck with this process.