Harvard Medical School
Johns Hopkins University
I chose to become an OB/GYN because this job helps women or just couples who want to have families that cant have babies of their own. it also works with children. Miscarriages are very common, so I’m always nervous and sad for the patient as want videos about how they receive the bad news. I would rather help a woman who cant have a baby, than help a woman who can and doesn't want it. I disagree completely with abortion. In my opinion no matter how the situation may look, every baby has a right to live. Being in the medical field is a common trait in my family.
My mother is a CNA, my aunt is a CNA, my grandmother was a cook for University Hospital and my great grandmother was a nurse. OB/GYN require patience and time to focus on their job and their patients. I would love to spend my life helping others because i am a helpful person. i give to others who cannot do for themselves. Its going to take a lot to get where i want to because i want to own my very own OB?GYN business/ school. I want to teach other aboutt the importance of a healthy life with a baby.