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Discussion in 'Medical Students - DO' started by Gregory Gulick, Aug 1, 1999.
UOMHS/COMS - Des Moines, IA
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KIRKSVILLE COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE in good old K'Ville, MO
'Old Man Dave'
KCOM, Class of '03
like, KCOM fer sure.
University of Western Sydney, Australia
NYCOM all the way
Loving it so far..
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine!!
Keneth C.Plowey (PCOM '03)
msucom! GO SPARTANS!
OUCOM, yeah baby!
OUCOM, Go Bobcats!
AZCOM all the way!
UNECOM in beautiful Southern Maine! We started today!!!
An open road...
The sound of tailpipes...
Westward on a bike, into the heart of America...
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CCOM HERE I COME!!!!
PCOM...Are you ready to have some fun!!!???
The first...the real deal...KCOM!
Double dittos for CCOM!!!!
CCOM here I come, Go Cubs!
In six months, be sure to post how 'happy' you are to be in in osteopathic school!
Q: What is the difference between an osteopathic student and dog sh!t?
A: No one goes out of their way to step on dog sh!t.
Soon you will find out why they say that DOs eat their young.
BTW, it is wonderful to be in the nurturing world of an ACGME residency...great teaching...compassionate attendings...cooperative residents...intelligent medical students.
At least attending DO school allowed me to appreciate what I have now and how fortunate I am to have matched here.
Tsk,tsk,tsk, what a typical osteopathic mindset...editing my messages. Derek, do your friends call you Dick?
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Isn't that picture you paint for your osteopathic colleagues too grim? If you don't like being a DO, why did you become one in the first place?
You should explain your situation.
I've never met a DO who complained about getting screwed over simply because he was a DO, or who was getting the shaft from the older generations of DOs. As far as I could tell when I was interviewing for medical school, the osteopathic faculties seemed much more approachable than the allopathic faculties, and this can only reflect positively on their concern for their students and their patients.
Tim of New York City.
the guy has no idea what he is talking about actually, just making a lot of noise.
I'm a CCOMer!!!!
The one...the only...CCOM!!!
I am impressed by the students often. I am very happy to be going to med school here.
BTW, our provost is The President Elect of the AOA- Dr. Krpan.
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I'm just starting at University of Health Sciences-College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, Missouri. We just finished orientation and so far I am greatly enjoying it. Tonight was our white coating ceremony. It was very special and a moment that I doubt I will forget. I would love to meet students from other osteopathic schools and here about their first week of school.
Western University-COMP in beautiful Downtown Pomona. We have finished our first week. One of our professors told us that we have completed .4% of our medical education so far. Having a great time!
Western Univ. / COMP '2004' !
(ok, so I'm a year early...)
Kirksville, Missouri (Miz-er-eee!)
UNTHSC/TCOM !!!!! I hope you Kirksville boys survive the winter. Good Luck!
Matthews...you're a miserable turn-coat cheapskate slacker!! LOL...hope your enjoying that gorgeous TX weather ROFLMAO...Gawd, I'll NEVER EVER miss that hell hole! Best of luck in school to you...
PS: When does the welfare check arrive?
'Old Man Dave'
KCOM, Class of '03