Thursday, January 31, 2013

Family Medicine ends tomorrow

THE PAST four weeks have been among the most enjoyable moments in my clerkship year. I saw simple cases at Fabella Health Center and at the Ambulatory Clinic and realized I still had a lot to learn. I won't talk about how depressing our two-week stint at the Supportive, Palliative, and Hospice Care unit was. Our patients were mostly dying or were in severe pain. But I realized a lot of things and appreciated the value of compassion in patient care. Anyway, here are some photos.

Ching and Lennie inside the Child Hope Asia Philippines (CHAP) van.

Lennie, CHAP's new model.

One day, at 3 PM, we walked along Roxas Boulevard, not knowing where our feet would take us.


We reached Macapagal Avenue and decided to have later afternoon/early dinner at a seafood restaurant.

With Casti and panauhing pandangal Carlo de Guzman.

We walked around MOA until our feet hurt.

My Hospice Block! Lunch at Midtown Diner with (from left) Pinggers Danguilan, Marvyn Chan, Casti Castillo, myself, Lennie Chua, Franco Catangui, Carlos Cuano, and Elizabeth Ching. We called ourselves The Invisible Clerks.

Good times, guys!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed fammed for a lot of reasons :p I'm glad you enjoyed it too. -AA

Sun Feb 03, 07:04:00 PM GMT+8  
Blogger Lance said...

First reason I can think of: no 24-hour shifts. Makes all the difference.

Sun Feb 03, 09:10:00 PM GMT+8  

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