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Congratulations, IM batchmates!

I'll miss the Department Graduation at New World Hotel today. I need to be with my family in Marbel to help with the transition: new routines, new roles, a new chapter without my father around. Here are some photos of my IM family. Congratulations to us!

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The commute

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Café Ilang-Ilang 2017

Café Ilang-Ilang 2017

Now...what to do?

batch 2017 internal medicine residents, pgh.

Morning charting

Morning charting

Lunch

Bestfriends

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Afternoon discussions

I hate this pose.

Signing out of the wards--first year over

But I love these people.

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