Yash Pandya

Yash Pandya is a science writer at The "Almost" Doctor's Channel. He is a rising third-year student at the University of Pittsburgh, majoring in Emergency Medicine with minors in Neuroscience and Chemistry. Yash plans on attending the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in Fall 2016 with guaranteed admission. In addition to the usual humdrum of academic involvement, Yash loves to play Ping Pong, catch up on the latest "Big Bang Theory," and travel. Having lived in India for half his lifetime, Yash aspires to expand his horizons into international healthcare by practicing medicine globally.

These People are Just Doing Their Jobs, But Here’s Why I’m Thankful They’re Good at It

6:20 PM “Ok everyone. We’ve got eyes. Sir, my name is Dr. Hanger. Can you hear me? You were in an accident earlier today and you are in the ER right now. We’re gonna take good care of you. Just stay with us, ok?” That is undoubtedly something no one wants to hear when they open their eyes. I struggled to remember how I had ended up in the ER when I should have taken bus 71B and headed straight home to finish my long-overdue calculus homework. It took a moment for me to recall the details, but it all finally came rushing back to me.   5:00 PM “That physiology exam…I wonder if the professor just likes to torture us for fun,” I thought to myself as I walked out of the exam room. It was sunny out today. I could see everyone sitting in the lawn, relaxing under the shade of the sun that had appeared after countless months, and all I could think about was how I had just screwed up on my test. “If this is undergrad, med school’s going to be a treat.” I just kept on walking, approaching the intersection on Fifth and Bigelow. I was distracted, thinking about my plummeting grade in physiology class, when I was swept off my feet (literally) and thrown to the ground 10 feet away from the...

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