Read the Full Article Here The emergency department is chaotic, loud, and untidy. But if there is a common character trait of everyone, the patients, and the staff, it would be that everyone endures. They endure the long wait hours, the endless bureaucratic lists to check, and the uncertainty of what comes through that door.Continue reading “Where is your next meal coming from?”
After finishing my USMLE Step 1 Exam, and after 6+ years of use, my Macbook Pro Retina 2013 (Now “Obsolete”) battery was draining empty every 2 hours. It was time for me to make a decision: stay with Apple and get a Macbook, or take a chance and go back to Windows Laptop. I justContinue reading “[Tools for School] Thinkpad X1 Carbon 7th Gen: 2 Months Later”
In this time of uncertainty, I’ve wanted to reaffirm the values that make up who I am. My true north: It is my desire to: serve my future patients with my knowledge of medicine and Khmer, shed light on how to address health disparities through research, and appreciate the everyday things along the journey. ThingsContinue reading “Trying to See 20/20 in 2020: Finding My Compass”
Neurology Outreach Program Cambodia I’ve had the extremely fortunate experience of traveling to Phnom Penh, Cambodia every summer for the past 3 years (2015-2017) to help build a postgraduate neurology residency training program at the University of Health Sciences in Cambodia. While there are currently no dedicated neurology residents in Cambodia, we have been workingContinue reading “Cambodia 2017”
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Hi, I’m Heng, a medical student that’s interested in: improving health systems in impoverished communities, the newest tech, and everything about food.
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