Occidental College students Rachel Safran ’13, a kinesiology major from Murrieta (yellow scrubs, blond hair) and Allyson Fukuyama ‘13, a history major from Maui (yellow scrubs, dark hair) observe observe dental work at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, Jan. 18, 2013.
Made possible by the Occidental College Office of Pre-Health Advising (OPHA) in the Hameetman Career Center, 10 Oxy pre-meds spent the last two weeks of their winter break "shadowing" doctors at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, a teaching hospital run by USC’s Keck School of Medicine, to get a better sense of what the practice of medicine entails. Their packed 10 days, which began as early as 7:30 a.m., included rotations in 10 different areas: general pediatrics, cardiology, genetics, rehabilitation, pulmonology, gastroenterology, plastic surgery, rheumatology, hematology and dentistry. Teams of two observed surgeries and accompanied physicians on their clinical rounds in a different department each day.
(Photo by Marc Campos, Occidental College Photographer)
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