Fabio Recine and Alex Goldberg
Pre Med Students 2013
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Dr. Unger offers a comprehensive opportunity for students looking for hands- on medical experience in the healthcare industry. This front line practice is a realistic place for students to become integrated into the medical field. Dr. Unger's teaching philosophy and one on one style help facilitate the individual needs of students. Dr. Unger is also an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
"Dear Dr. Unger,
I am writing to thank you for the valuable experience I had shadowing you in 2012-2013. I also want to thank you for the wonderful letter of recommendation you gave me to assist with my medical school applications. I will be attending NYU School of Medicine this fall, and I know I would never have had this opportunity if it were not for you."
A diversified medical staff combined with a single doctor allows for more fluid organization and a healthy learning enviroment.
Thank you so much for this amazing experience. I have learned so much about practicing medicine, conducting research and interacting with patients. It has been very encouraging to shadow someone who is passionate about his work and so clearly cares about his patients."
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Friday the 15th, I am graduating from Georgetown University with my Master's in Physiology and Biophysics. Thank you for putting me on the path towards medicine. It was in your office that I first thought that I wanted to go to medical school. Without your recommendation, I would not be graduating from Georgetown. I just wanted you to know that working in your office, and being mentored by you really changed my life. Again, thank you for supporting me and leading me towards medicine."
Julio E. Vaquerano, MD
Surgeon, San Francisco, CA
Pre Med Student 1987
"My experience in your office has been invaluable to me; simple things like knowing how to read lab results and basic knowledge of some reference ranges have been surprisingly helpful in classes like physiology. Perhaps more importantly, having an awareness of the multifaceted issues with which patients struggle makes it easier to see how different pathologies fit into the broader context of quality of life and knowledge of how the different organizations involved in providing medical care, coverage and support interact has been extremely important to understanding how various parts of the system can present challenges to quality care."