Most Recently Posted Samples of My Work in Internal Medicine, IMG

I have invested well over a decade in researching what makes the personal statement for medical residency or fellowship as effective as possible - particularly in the area of Internal Medicine. I invite you to fill out my Online Interview Form and send me your CV and/or rough draft for a free evaluation.

The Internal Medicine Residency at Mayo Clinic is among the best programs in the world for post-graduate medical training. The program has a long track record of success transforming excellent medical students into outstanding clinicians, researchers, an

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Sample 1st Paragraph for Fellowship in Pulmonary/Critical Care

A doctor of humble origins in my native Yemen, I was able to leave and become an internationally trained doctor, first in Egypt where I finished medical school and later in Qatar where I have completed a 4 year residency position in internal medicine and I am now completing a fellowship in pulmonary medicine. I have also spent 2 years in the USA and I am a highly competent communicator in English. My long term goal is to someday return to my native Yemen, where I feel that I am needed most as a physician. Completing your distinguished fellowship program in Pulmonary/Critical Care will be the crowning achievement of my life so far and will prepare me to make my ultimate contribution to medicine for the long term in one of the world’s poorest and unstable countries.

Colin West, M.D., Ph.D, a General Internal Medicine physician at Mayo Clinic, discusses study results that found medical students are choosing specialties other than General Internal Medicine.

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Statements of Excellence for Residency & Fellowship Positions on Behalf of Applicants in Internal Medicine

An old wise man and creative writer, I help doctors from all over the world to be selected for residency and fellowship positions. For as many doctors as possible, I draft a model first paragraph for your residency or fellowship Statement at no obligation. My service is quite different from other statement writing services on the Internet for several reasons. I am the little guy on the web, not a big business like most of my competitors. You deal directly with me. I answer all of your questions completely free of charge and I am solely responsible for producing a statement that you are very pleased with. 

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Sample 1st Paragraph Internal Medicine Residency, Saudi Woman

I am a woman doctor from Saudi Arabia who hopes to be accepted to your distinguished Residency Program in Internal Medicine because I am a very hard working doctor who has now acquired significant experience that will help me to excel.  Since May of this year I have had to profound privilege of participating in a Medical Research Fellowship Program at George Washington University in Washington, DC, serving as a clinical observer for 12 hours each week, shadowing physicians and contributing to discussions concerning numerous aspects of patient care.

Northwestern Medicine Residency Coordinator Jill Craig discusses the ten things all medical residency programs want applicants to know about the interview process. This video was created from a longer program presented by the Illinois State Medical Socie


Sample 1st Paragraph for a Fellowship in Pulmonary Critical Care.

Shortly after completing my degree and an internship in General Medicine in my native India in 2003, I moved to the UK to broaden my medical education and practice in the Developed World in order to learn as much as I could about the resources and challenges that present themselves in the cutting-edge practice of medicine. It was in the UK, working as a staff physician in several different hospitals that I began to gravitate towards what I intend to make my lifetime specialization in Medicine: Respiratory and Pulmonary Critical Care. Since I came to America to further my experience in 2010, I spent 3 years at the XXXX Medical Center in XXXX, Illinois serving as a Staff Hospitalist and for the past 2 years I have had the great privilege of teaching Medicine at the Medical College in XXXX where I serve as an Academic Hospitalist and an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine.