Navy Medicine - part 2
While I was stationed in Guantanamo, I was selected for Critical Care Fellowship. I managed to find a spot at a civilian institution.
At the time when I was going into training, board certification examination for CCM in anesthesia is offered only every 2 years, and based on my PCS date from Cuba, I would miss my examination opportunity by 7 days, and would have to wait 2 years before I could sit for the exam.
I was Board certified in anesthesia already, so I was getting BC pay already. A second board would not increase my pay, but it would benefit the Navy, because the intention was for me to be 1 of 3 or 4 CCM anestehsia guys to be located at one of the anesthesia training locations.
BC in CCM would help the residencyies in RRC status....so it benefits the Navy and not me to get me BC in CCM.
So I asked the detailer to change my PCS dates by a WHOPPING 14 DAYS. My relief was on board for 2 months already, so I thought 14 days should be ok.
Guess what the f u c k i n g detailer and specialty advisor said????
They told me to take leave from Cuba, check into fellowship....take vacation from fellowship ..to go back to Cuba to check out....
That ways I can then sit for the Board.
What a bunch of lazy A S S H O L E S.....I said to myself "f u c k you all". I waited 2 years to take my CCM boards.
If you don't donate to the ASAPAC, then you are stealing from everyone who is.....that's a quote from a senior member of the ASA.
The internet is not anonymous...if you post, someone can figure out who you are.....everyone seems to know who I am.....
They know when I'm in Orlando, and when I go skiing in February...or was that March?