Without hesitation, I happily call the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area, often referred to as “The Triangle,” my home. I was born and raised in Raleigh and spent my last two years of high school attending the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics in Durham where I grew my thirst for knowledge, which only continued as I completed my undergrad at UNC-Chapel Hill. I moved away for a few years, and yet, somehow, I found myself back in Durham working, and shortly after, accepted into the Duke Physician Assistant Program.
After almost seven clinical rotations into my second year of PA school, it feels like an impossible task to take stock of everything that has happened in the last year and half. I have learned more information than I ever imagined possible. The Duke faculty, distinguished guest lecturers, my fellow classmates, and my rotation preceptors have all contributed to my education, and it is now my turn to utilize my education and pass on the benefits to patients I encounter.Read More