Hey doc! I would like to thank you for your time and knowledge that you have given me during these two days of orientation. I truly enjoyed your methods of teaching and training. With your exercises, I was able to use my clinical eye during clinical cases that you presented. Thank you once again and I hope we meet soon.
Thank you for the wonderful and informative lecture on Coronary Artery Disease today. I learned a lot of valuable information. Looking forward for more lectures. Thank you.
My name is Xavier Rivera, UAG student, and recently we were at the orientation this week and I want to say that I’m happy to be part of this team that will excel in the medical career and I believe that this semester will be great. Thank you for advising us the do’s and do not’s if being a physician here in Houston and to understand how to approach the patients and personnel in order to have a better stay. I’m from Puerto Rico and even though medicine is basically the same, I have to admit that there will be a challenge here due to the multicultural establishment here in the city, but I’m looking forward to learn and do my best. Also I would like to say that I enjoyed the time we had together because I felt we were a team that’s going to help our patients out. Thank you for your support and I hope I see you soon and maybe student while doing ER or research!