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Finished With First Call Shift As A CA-3!

I’m finished with my first call shift as a senior resident. The shift itself was rather uneventful, so I had a chance to study and set up the operating rooms for today’s cases.

On my way out, I took this (very amateur) panorama from the rooftop of a parking garage in the Texas Medical Center. In this image, you can see portions of four hospitals where I’ve done rotations as a medical student and now as a resident physician. From left to right: Texas Children’s Hospital, CHI St. Luke’s Health, Texas Heart Institute, and MD Anderson Cancer Center.

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I’m back on call tomorrow, so I’m going to enjoy, uh, staying indoors for the rest of the afternoon. Because it’s ridiculously hot outside. 🙁

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