As a recent graduate of Pacific Northwest University College of Osteopathic Medicine, there are countless people I want to thank for helping me to achieve my childhood dream of becoming a physician.
First off, thank you to all the patients who have allowed me to participate in your care. Without you, I would not have learned how to properly treat and care for patients.
To all the nurses, medical assistants, scrub techs and other support staff, thank you for helping me get through the times of learning while answering numerous questions.
A special thanks goes out to all the doctors who acted as my preceptors. You took time out of your already busy schedules to educate me and help me to become a better future physician. All of you made me feel very comfortable during my learning; I will never be able to show you enough gratitude.
To my parents/roommates, thank you for all your love and support during medical school.
One last thanks goes out to Glen Marshall, CEO of Trios Health. Glen, you believed in our school from the start and went above and beyond to help bring medical education to another level in the area.