Teaching young doctors

“The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The great teacher inspires.” William Arthur Ward⠀

Training the next generation of eye surgeons is an important part of my job at #tuftsmedicalcenter. Young surgeons start their career full of energy and excited to help patients. Unfortunately the realities of sleepless nights taking care of emergencies and trying to pay for medical school loans while living in Boston on a resident salary can make anyone question their choice of career. ⠀

I try to help young doctors see the light at the end of the tunnel. I have the honor of helping people every day and making a difference in their lives. ⠀

My IG page focuses on cosmetic surgery and treatments, but I also take care of patients with skin cancers around their eyes, injuries from car accidents and violence, serious eye infections and ocular and orbital tumors.⠀

I love what I do and feel really privileged to help people every day. Some of my patients have cosmetic concerns and others have serious life threatening or eye threatening medical problems. Either way, I love taking care of patients and feel there is no more rewarding career out there. Whether it’s as a physician, nurse, PA, technician, social worker or medical assistant, I encourage young people to pursue a career in medicine. It’s an honor to be a teacher and I hope I can inspire the next generation of doctors to do great things.⠀

Wellesley Private Practice

873 Worcester Street, Suite 4
Wellesley, MA 02482
(978) 393-5437 (phone or text)
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Boston office at Tufts Medical Center

Tufts Medical Center
Biewend Building, 11th floor
260 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02111
(617) 636-7771 (phone only)
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