Author Archives: drvolcanoe

‘Rude’ is an understatement.

Never thought I would actually have to put this up – one day! July the 13th, 2017 is the fateful day! With the mayhem that it was, it is a wonder that it was a Thursay, and not Friday the … Continue reading

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A Random Stranger

After handing over my car-key for service, was in line at the coffee machine when this elderly (old-old) gentleman, X caught my eyes. The manager was personally attending to him, making him a cuppa off the Nespresso machine. X was … Continue reading

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The Miracle of Gratitude

Thursday morning, I shared a post that appeared on my Facebook Memory from 1 year ago. Sharing the screenshots here. Kindly disregard the grammatical errors :0 * * In the past year, I’ve treated their 4th family member too, which … Continue reading

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The Big-C

The year I entered Medical School… I had an aunty who was battling terminal cancer. Lost her at the beginning of that year – 2002. Hardly a month after she turned 49! It was hard to see a dynamic woman … Continue reading

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Happy Anniversary to the Doctor in Me  ——<<@

Happy Anniversary to me!!! 10 years…wow, how time flies! So many bittersweet memories…ups and downs…and A DECADE has whizzed past! 😮 Reminiscence… When I graduated 10 years ago, I didn’t have the slightest notion that I’d be where I am … Continue reading

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AMC MCQ -Preparation

PART 4 of my IMG’s Road to Australia series. << PART 3 : Latest update – of EICS, AMC Portfolio & Fee Structure   So far, we have gone through the pre-AMC exam sign-up paperworks & setting up your AMC portfolio. We have discussed about … Continue reading

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Zero Tolerance to Abuse/Violence

So, it is now wrong to ask people to not smoke in hospital premises? Wrong enough to be punched in the hospital itself? So does it mean healthcare staffs are just supposed to walk around with eyes yet blind, and … Continue reading

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