Since my leave of absence, I've gone through pediatrics and just finished surgery. I start internal medicine tomorrow morning with a patient already lined up for 5am and my first call night of the month the day after. We always hit the ground running--its how we roll.
I learned that the stereotypes applied to the specialties really are true.
Pediatricians are freaking awesome and easygoing.
Neurosurgeons are workaholic egomaniacs. And every one of them has to say, "Its not like its BRAIN SURGERY! <hyuc hyuc>"
Orthopedic surgeons are like an old boys' club: Tall pasty-ass white male ex-jocks who are phenomenal douchebags.
General surgeons know jack about neurology.
Emergency medicine docs come and go faster than a 16-year-old virgin on his first time.
Family medicine docs either know everything or know absolutely nothing.
IM GOING TO DELETE ALL THESE POSTS BECAUSE I CAN JUST TO BE THE FIRST ONE TO SAY HELLO TO ONIICHAN BECAUSE ITS NOT FAIR YOU DIDNT TELL ME YOU WERE BACK THATS JUST NOT FAIR ONIICHAN YOURE MY ONIICHAN I GET TO SAY HI FIRST T_________T
YOU BETTER STAY THIS TIME
Heylo Razzumatazzuniichan <3<3<3
Welcome back :)
I MISSED YOU <3