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For as many applicants as possible, I draft the first part of your Statement completely free of charge to promote my service. More than half of these applicants decide to commission me to finish drafting the entire statement. This is how I support myself and my only child Davy Dylan, laying a little something aside for his future. 

drrobertedinger@gmail.com

Residency, Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology

February 28, 2012


Growing up in India, watching my father, a physician tend to the people of our community day or night. I always wanted to become a doctor as well;, my father was my greatest role model and principal encouragement. His unflappable calm under stress, hard-working nature and his progressive approach to medicine are my ideals, ideals which I believe I possess and embody.

My focus on Internal Medicine and a fellowship in Gastroenterology helped me to build a solid foundation in much of what matters most in the medical field: especially compassion. One need only look at my volunteer career to see that I have gone well-beyond simply wanting to expand upon medical experiences. I see Prevention as the central key to the future health of our societies, and this has helped to justify my years of dedicated service as a volunteer medical assistant and supervisor with government programs, such as the Malaria Epidemic Control Program, PULSE Polio Immunization program, and AIDS awareness programs. Working with the SHRC an organization dedicated to bringing primary health care to the rural villages of India - exposed me to a level of human suffering that only strengthened my resolve to work towards the mitigation of pain and discomfort in all of my patients. Working with scant resources in poorly equipped facilities has only increased my flexibility, creativity and ability to think on my feet.

Serving as a Research Assistant for the Anesthesia Institute at XXXX Clinic has given me an invaluable overview of the US health care system in an environment that is both academic and aimed at the advancement of health care systems and this has encouraged me to advance towards a residency position. In order to prepare myself for the challenges of an Anesthesiology residency, I have been working in an Externship in the US as a volunteer Research Assistant to the Anesthesia Institute at XXXX Clinic. My research work has been centered on providing new and innovative modalities of interventions that lead to better perioperative management of patients, substantially decreasing post-operative healing and recovery time.

I have solid experience in the practice of medicine, working with teams of other medical assistants; and this has advanced my confidence, communication skills, and problem solving and critical thinking skills, all under great pressure. I aspire to be the doctor who not only serves the medical needs of the patients, but will also serves as a rock in support of patients and their families, someone in the clinical environment that others can rely on as they enter the perioperative period. Serving my colleagues and patients in this manner provides me with the highest of satisfactions. I truly look forward to joining your team.

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