Year at Medical Partnership
Undergrad & Year
University of Georgia, Class of 2020
Specialties of interest
I have yet to find any field of medicine that I do not find interesting, which leaves me with quite the predicament. In short, all I know is that I want to be a doctor. Beyond that, I am clueless.
Bio: tell us about yourself
I was born and raised in Rome, Georgia and grew up with a love for sports and the outdoors that I still have today. I went to college at the University of Georgia and majored in Biological Science. I loved my time at UGA as I have been a dawg fan since I took my first breath. I was raised in very Christian home, and my faith is the most important aspect of my life. In fact, my faith is what drove me to the field of medicine. I see medicine as an opportunity to love people and make a lasting impact in their lives. My time at MCG’s AU/UGA Medical Partnership has been great thus far. The complexity of the human body and the capability of the human mind to treat disease amazes me every day as I learn more and more. I have thoroughly enjoyed learning with my classmates. I know they will all be lifelong friends of mine. I am particularly thankful for the opportunity I have had to be involved in Medical Campus Outreach at the Medical Partnership. MCO is an organization comprised of local Christian doctors and their families who open up their homes every week to invest in the lives of medical students. It has been a privilege to get to know some of these incredible families and have their support and encouragement as I go through medical school.