After completing my Degree I was preparing for entrance examinations in order to gain entry into post graduate courses in medicine. I appeared for Professional Licensing Assessments Board Part 1 exam but was unsuccessful by minimal marks.
I then decided to change my career path and specialise in Public and Community Health through Auckland University but personal circumstances gave me no option but to withdraw from my studies.
I worked in odd jobs through temping agencies for a few years and have now come to the conclusion that I want to proceed with my life's passion, which is health and helping others.
During my employment at this hospital I worked as a Resident Doctor for approximately 7 months, in the department of Nephrology.
I assembled key components of printed circuit boards (PCB) which are an integral part of several bio medical instruments like atrial debrillators, heart lung machine, ECG machines etc.
I also worked in another department within the same company assembling components for breathing apparatus which is used for administering continues positive airway pressure to patients with restrictive and obstructive lung diseases
although in these roles medical knowledge and experience was not imperative having medical knowledge was an advantage.
Speed, accuracy attention to detail and ability to work safely in a sterilised environment were the requirements for these roles.
I was accepted as an International Student and attended from March 2004 to 2006 due to personal circumstances I did not complete my studies.
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