Day in the Life: Hannah on InterACT – Part 2

Continued from Part 1.

Hannah Takahashi Oakland, MD Student, Class of 2015, reflects on her participation in the Interclerkship Ambulatory Care Track (InterACT). InterACT is a 13-week integrated clerkship which provides select third-year medical students with a longitudinal clinical experience grounded in the foundations of ambulatory medicine, chronic illness care and care for vulnerable persons. (more…)

Day in the Life: Hannah on InterACT – Part 1

Hannah Takahashi Oakland, MD Student, Class of 2015, reflects on her participation in the Interclerkship Ambulatory Care Track (InterACT). InterACT is a 13-week integrated clerkship which provides select third-year medical students with a longitudinal clinical experience grounded in the foundations of ambulatory medicine, chronic illness care and care for vulnerable persons. (more…)

Day in the Life: Ariana on InterACT

Ariana Witkin, MD Student, Class of 2015, reflects on her participation in the Interclerkship Ambulatory Care Track (InterACT). InterACT is a 13-week integrated clerkship which provides select third-year medical students with a longitudinal clinical experience grounded in the foundations of ambulatory medicine, chronic illness care and care for vulnerable persons. (more…)

Day in the Life: Lauren on InterACT

Lauren Feld, MD Student, Class of 2015, reflects on her participation in the Interclerkship Ambulatory Care Track (InterACT). InterACT is a 13-week integrated clerkship which provides select third-year medical students with a longitudinal clinical experience grounded in the foundations of ambulatory medicine, chronic illness care and care for vulnerable persons. (more…)

Through My Eyes: Jillian on Match Day 2015

Jillian Nickerson, MD/MSCR Candidate, Class of 2015 describes Match Day, “There is nothing quite like the excitement and emotion of Match Day. You celebrate all of the hard work you put in during medical school by finding out where you will spend the next years of training in the same room as all of your mentors, colleges, friends and family. I found out that I will be staying at Mount Sinai, which was my first choice, and was immediately congratulated by the program director, program coordinator and the director of the Emergency Department. It was the warmest welcome I could ask for!”

Jillian Nickerson is in ISMMS’s PORTAL program, as a MD/MSCR Candidate, Class of 2015.