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phillypd

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Ok, this question is for the residents and those who are post-resident. If your still in school or pre-med.....please don't bother(no offense)

1. Was this your first career choice in medicine?

2. If not, once you got into this profession...did you find it to be more rewarding than you thought?

3. If you had it to do all over again, would you still pick podiatry?
 

jonwill

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Ok, this question is for the residents and those who are post-resident. If your still in school or pre-med.....please don't bother(no offense)

1. Was this your first career choice in medicine?

2. If not, once you got into this profession...did you find it to be more rewarding than you thought?

3. If you had it to do all over again, would you still pick podiatry?
1) Yes, I only applied to pod schools.

3) Definitely. I've rotated through a ton of other specialties. The grass isn't greener on the other side. Every specialty has it's issues. In the end, we're all physicians/surgeons and we all work together and need each other.
 

phillypd

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Hey Jonwill, I PM'ed you............check your mail
 
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