The Last Day

Today was my last day at my “old job.”

It’s a weird feeling to be without a pager and not on-call, at least for a couple of days, but trust me – I plan on relishing every moment of it. I’ll miss the old place and crew, certainly, but I’m not terribly broken up about it – I’m quite excited about the “new job,” and returning to my old stomping grounds. That said, I do wish my first official duty wasn’t at 7:30 Monday morning…

More importantly, today ends ten years of medical training, counting medical school, residency, and fellowship. I’m finally going to get to make a career out of what drives me in medicine, and in life. This is where things get “interesting.” I’ve got some big plans… I hope to start sharing them with you soon.

One thought on “The Last Day”

  1. All our best to you in the career you have worked so hard to pursue. We know there is much more involved to a medical career than one realizes. Good you have the grand-cats to keep you humble and on track. (Smile) Keep the faith and all will be well, even when we think it is not.
    God Bless.

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