Since I have been a youngster, one of my lifelong goals was to study medicine purposefully to aiding and healing the sick in the best way. As I am committed to the utmost public health, I am enthusiastic to share my personal skills and compassion and patient relational communication. I have chosen medicine as my primary profession due the importance to the interests’ societal norm but because I enjoy and understand the purpose of medical delivery. In many instances, I feel obliged to aid municipal and universal people whom of which endure ailments such as the young girl who perpetually hears complaints of pain from injury. Moreover, I embrace the ability to aid those who experience the harsh realities of unbearable ailments resulting in injurious delays, that local neighbor who perceives the adversity of a widow raising children enduring disabilities. These particular situations have motivated me to contribute to aid municipal and all people throughout society. Outwardly, I often feel sadden whenever I am unable to fully assist my kinsfolk, especially my mother who was diagnosed with osteoporosis. In that regard, I could only provide her with the basics such as a some form of reflexology and a strong listening ear for the sake hearing her murmuring about her endured pain. Sadly enough, I witness my mother experience the unfortunate inability to walk or stand for long periods due to her ailment. When it comes to providing the essential upkeep and the warming togetherness to my mother, I would feel good but often unfortunate because of my inability to heal her sickness and provide medicinal treatment as a physician. Additionally, my motivation to heal people further stems from situations and occurrences such as my neighbors and their children experiencing the deformity of cerebral palsy. Such malformation elevates my consciousness to support the less fortunate.
Upon shadowing professionals and volunteering within the hospitals, I developed a strong fondness of medicine. I realized that the job depended upon human interaction as well as patient relations while comprehending the international classification of various diseases. Such is associated my working experience as a medical assistant providing me the ability to associate with consultants and physicians build trustworthiness and relations with the patients. For example, there was a situation where a female senior citizen utterly cried during a meeting due to her stress of the inability to attend an important wedding ceremony. This sudden reaction of the patient was as simple to the average person but painful to the patient and highly noticeable to the physician - it broadened my view as a communal physician. Particularly, was most intriguing to me due to the ways in which the doctor sustained control and balance of the patient while aiding the patient along with creating schedules directing her in handling the stress. From that moment, I realized the vast of the physician’s contribution to humanity. Furthermore, I have studied the required courses while naturally maintaining a high interest in Biology for it is one of my favorite subjects - especially the anatomy that of which I grasped various types of acronyms representing the bone structure, the anatomical associated joints and their significance and collaboration with muscle groups to allow movement.
Overall, I sincerely relish assisting the community such as in the Montessori graduation day, counseling disillusioned children, providing ways to adapt in society. I plan to provide invaluable skills upon become a physician and utilize my best practices such as regular visits to orphanages to provide medical care to the indigenous and under privileged. While I have cherished the experience of visiting the orphanages, such experience has improved my social skills apart from sharing bliss. I could see the smile in their faces, though deep down in the heart I knew, behind all of those smiles, there is a hidden grief. Some of my interests include the martial arts, taekwondo, a sport that enhances the mind and body - it strengthens my personality and perseverance upon challenges. On the contrary, I enjoy making doodles, while through the years I have become conscious of the fact that it has assisted my dexterity in relation to medicine and while unlocking my creativeness.
In conclusion, my organizational leadership within the KKQ Club has enhanced my proficiency and teamwork, chiefly the skills in acquiring cooperation from the committees. The healthcare industry requires strong teamwork, thus I retain the necessary decision making skills and medical operations knowledge needed to become the responsible physician that society desires. Further, I retain the research skills, the vital ways of focus groups, and life experience to deal with people and comprehend their pain and suffering and to make a medical success. Likewise, I enjoy the science of consciousness and its significance. Currently, my combined proficiencies are strong and measureable enough to warrant my receipt and matriculation into medical profession.