By: Aaron Gale, MD “Where do you see yourself in ten years?” I’m pretty sure I’ve been asked this question at every interview I’ve ever had. It’s a great question, and it’s certainly one we ask of applicants to our residency program. Yet, thinking about where I am right now and thinking back on the … More Where Do You See Yourself in Ten Years?
By: Jose Rodriguez, MD Never in my life would I have dreamed to be this fortunate. Previously, I have blogged about gratitude, about how this amazing unbelievable life I live has put me in contact with heroes—patients who have survived and overcome unspeakable horrors to live among us in Salt Lake City. I am grateful for … More Everyone is Welcome Here
By: Susan Terry, MD When I was the Executive Medical Director of the University Health Care Community Clinics, I received waves of requests for an urgent care center at our new (at the time) South Jordan Health Center. When medically urgent care was needed after 7:00 PM, or on weekends, our patients went to the … More Expanding the Possibilities of Health
By: Jose Rodriguez, MD I have now been in Salt Lake City practicing for almost one year. Although it took me a long time to do it, I am pleased to say that I love it here more than before and look forward to a summer that was at least as amazing as this past … More Thank you goes a long way
Diet: NOUN diets (plural noun) the kinds of food that a person, animal, or community habitually eats synonyms: selection of food · food · foodstuffs · grub · nosh Cultural dietary patterns are a window to the world. Understanding cultural food choices have the potential to bring us together and improve our perceptions of the … More The Diet Du Jour
By Melissa See, MD I had it all planned out. The night before, I set out what I was going to wear: a tan cropped blazer with capped sleeves over a golden rod empire waist pleated dress. The next morning, never mind the butterflies in my stomach, I was ready for my first day of … More From Pipeline to Mainline: How increasing diversity in higher education can have a positive impact on addressing health disparities (and other good things).