College and Career
7th Period English 1
UT Austin University/physician
The University of Texas at Austin is the best place to study if you plan on being a part of the medical field. This school definitely caught my attention, in addition it is one of the top Universities to study medicine and it is the school i plan to attend in the future. i would like to go here because i want to be able to study in order to become a physician. I know for a fact that once i graduate High School i want to become a Longhorn.
The University came up to be back in 1876, but didn't actually open till September 15, 1883. When they first welcomed students into the campus it consist of only one building, eight professors, one proctor, and 221 students. Thankfully now it ranks as top 18 colleges and schools. Today it serves more than 51,000 students annually, isn't that incredible?
1. Bachelor's Degree
2. 3.0 GPA upper- division
3. Official test Scores (GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, IELTS)
4. Subject Matter Preparation
5. Departmental Requirements
6. Letters of Recommendation
7. Certification of Financial Responsibility Form for International Applicants
The University of Texas at Austin offers a dizzying array of arts and culture opportunities. And with our dozens of museums, libraries, centers, institutes and special venues spread across the campus and the city, each with its own unique exhibits and programming, you'll never be bored.That’s why The University of Texas at Austin makes the health and well-being of our entire university community a top priority. They work hard to create a positive, comfortable environment on the Forty Acres.Keeping campus safe for the students, staff and faculty who live and work here is critically important to every department on campus.While you earn your degree, you'll also have countless opportunities to pursue your favorite activities, discover new interests, refine your skills and build lifelong friendships. To help you find your place at UT Austin, they offer thousands of ways to supplement your studies: more than 1,100 student organizations, three different legislative student groups, 70-plus sororities and fraternities, the largest student-run newspaper in the nation, hundreds of intramural and club sports teams and leagues, outdoor adventure and climbing trips, and so much more.
A family physician is a doctor who takes care of the whole family. They also create caring relationships with patients and their families and really get know their patients. They listen to them and help them make the right health care decisions.
I would like to take care of the physical, mental and emotional health of both my patients and their patients' families. Physicians know your family's health history and how it can affect them. They are trained to care for all patients through all the stages of their life.Family doctors are trained in all areas of medicine. They can diagnose and treat the full range of problems people usually bring to their doctors. They know when to treat you, and, if necessary, when to bring in another specialist you can trust. I love helping others and making them better, therefore I would defiantly enjoy this career for my futue.
Description & Salary
Family Physician / Doctor $87.21
Description: A physician is a professional who practices medicine, which is concerned with promoting, maintaining or restoring human health through the study, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, injury, and other physical and mental impairments.
Educational Requirements: The education of physicians in the United States is lengthy and involves undergraduate education, medical school and graduate medical education.
Teresa thinks that the most challenging part of being a family physician is keeping up with the medical advances. New diseases, treatments, technologies, and drugs come up constantly, and physicians must always update their knowledge as much as possible in the interests of their patients.
According to her. . .
Are there many opportunities in your field? What should people do to get started?
There are opportunities out there for people interested in family medicine. The best things for you to do if you’d like to become a physician are to do well in school, but also participate in lots of extracurricular activities. Medical schools are looking for well-rounded people, not just good science students.
Tell me about your job. Is what you do different in any way from what others in your occupation do?
Like other family physicians, I practice preventative medicine, which involves keeping people well-informed and advocating a healthy lifestyle. I also treat acute or chronic illnesses.Unlike some other physicians, I work in a community clinic with a few other doctors and also at a college health center. I deal with patients of all ages. Occasionally I also work weekends.
Letter of Intent
May 14, 2015
12379 Edgemere Blvd
El Paso, TX 79938
To whom it may concern:
I am responding to the employment opportunity, which I was informed of. Please accept this summary of qualifications of my evidence listing my interest to working with you. I feel my abilities will be helpful to your company and that my skills will really be beneficial to the organization. I am looking for an honored job that will guide me into my future and add experience to my building career. Here are some of my key strengths that I would bring to your attention. I am confident that these qualities will be outstanding for this position. I am bilingual, meaning I am able to connect with others who speak either English or Spanish. I am sure that this will be an advantage because I will be able to work with most people. In other words I can read, write, and speak both languages. I can also consider myself a great team worker because I am excellent at working with others. When successful teamwork is enforced, there is more communication, coordination and everyone is happier, not only that but usually there is more work being done. My abilities will be positivity, however I am willing to learn any new position and accommodate to your needs. I would appreciate your consideration. I welcome the chance to meet with you to hear more about this position as well as the requirements. I am confident of working with you guys, I hope I am able to hear from you soon.
Thank you in advance for your consideration.
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