We work hard. So hard I want to punch anybody who is ranting on staying very late at night and not getting enough compensation because of their job.
We are the real hardworking ones and we are the real uncompensated guys.
Posted without permission. Di bale hindi naman makikilala ang person na to. ;)
Kudos to the graduating interns of UP-PGH 2013. It will be surreal when you wake up on May 1.
My patients need your help! ;) The SAGIP foundation has been saving lives by providing the much needed antibiotics, mechanical ventilators and expensive diagnostics for PGH’s needy patients.
We are responsible for each other too. ;)
Life of a PGH Intern
inspired by the videos “beauty of a second” this aims to show what goes on in a regular day of a Medical Intern of the Philippine General Hospital.
Video Made By: Nino Lucero, Jesa Protasio, Kittina Mejia, Dinno Mendiola, Jay-R Magallanes, Junjun Lupisan and Richel Baclay. All from class 2012 of the UP College of Medicine.
I am proud of this! ;)
Now that’s some Fleet Foxes in the background.
Bakit ba sobrang cool ng graduation namin?!?!? HAHAHA!
Sunugan 2012: Continuing one of the most well-preserved traditions of the outgoing PGH interns. What an awesome night. (Taken with Instagram at Philippine General Hospital)
ranting? more fun in the Philippine General Hospital
Ilagay na ang CI logbook sa time capsule! ;)
254/366: It was the Black Nazarene procession in Manila and the government blocked all mobile phone networks for security reasons. We were to have a small group discussion then and could not easily contact one another via SMS. We resorted to the old ways - landline calls, intercom, and this, a letter notifying us that the SGD won’t push through. We were back in the dark ages. It must have been more difficult for the other interns and residents, who relied so much on Sun Cellular for referrals and orders. They said the public announcer of the hospital had a pretty busy day. (01.09.12)
that was a difficult day. tsk tsk.
So far so good, random shots of the Medical ICU. This is sort of what I think a hospital should be like. Not like the shit hole I’ve been thru last duty. No offense to the OB dept, you just can’t deny that the LR/DR is more of a concentration camp.