Archive for 'Wyoming'
I spent December and a portion of January in Jackson, Wyoming working with Dennis Butcher. It was an incredible experience. The clinic staff were warm and welcoming. We saw a range of patients, including my first horse wreck. The hospital is small, but friendly. The strength of this site is the preceptors and the patients. […]
I spent a beautiful October in Jackson last year. The internists spend most of their time seeing patients in clinic, but there is a little hospital medicine mixed in. I gained experience in everything from palliative care to acute cardiac care, but it’s the primary care medicine that makes this rotation special. The docs in […]
Doing a WWAMI rotation in Jackson truly enhanced my medicine residency experience! During this rotation I was precepted by Dr. Martha Stern, and I had the opportunity to take care of patients in the outpatient setting, on the medicine wards, in the ER and the ICU. I value this experience because I was able to […]
Looking at residency, it’s Jackson where the breach between what I knew and what I felt I needed to know was widest. Iâ€™d wake up to a patient in the ICU and a few more on the wards, and expect to be a nephrologist of sorts, the critical care person, a medicine consultant for local […]
Cody at sunrise after camping on the Shoshone River the night before and my first thoughts were how beautiful the country is in the early morning and that I could definitely live there. Cody is a town of hard working blue-collar people, a lot of ranchers, and of course people were very friendly. It was […]