About Me :
I think that my job is to observe people and the world, and not to judge them. I always like to position myself away from so-called conclusions. I would like to leave everything wide open to all the possibilities in the world (quoted) and that quality about me makes me a decorous emergency physician.
I enjoy both the pace and the diversity of Emergency Medicine; no other ﬁeld seems to oﬀer such a wide variety of experiences. I believe Emergency Physicians need a solid knowledge base in many diﬀerent medical specialties, accompanied by excellent physical assessment and diagnostic skills. These characteristics ﬁt my personality well; I require stimulation and diversity in my work and personal life, yet I can be meticulous and detail-oriented when necessary. I am honest, hardworking, and passionate about being a doctor. I allow my passion to ﬁnd its outlet in the work I do. I believe the only way to do great work is to love what we do.
Excellence is what I pursue, and success will follow reflexively.
Ever since I spend one and a half years of my career in the state of Uttarakhand, one among Indian Himalayan Region, I developed this passion for Resuscitation & Wilderness Medicine.
I also intend to make Teaching part of my career, as a way to continue my academic, clinical, and personal growth. In learning, I shall teach, and in teaching, I shall learn.”
I look forward to involvement in Research opportunities so that I might contribute to the exciting and rapidly growing field of Emergency Medicine research.
My ultimate goal is to improve the practice and delivery of Emergency Medicine as a leader and teacher in the setting in which I practice.