Dr. Emley was born in Michigan and grew up in New Hampshire. He was selected for the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. He moved to Chicago, Illinois to complete his urologic residency at the University of Chicago Hospitals in 2000, after which he pursued fellowships in laparoscopic surgery and pediatric urology at the prestigious University of California, Irvine medical center.
I decided I wanted to be a doctor in 6th grade and worked hard towards achieving this goal. I was always interested in biology, so medicine seemed like the natural choice for me. It took time but now that I’m a urologist, people don’t seem surprised anymore when they find out what my specialty is!
Dr. Emley was born in Michigan and grew up in New Hampshire. He graduated magna cum laude from Indiana University/Bloomington in 1995 with degrees in Biology and Sociology. He was selected for the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. A friend of his who happened to be a urologist asked him what he wanted to do with his life, and he said he would like to become a doctor. When the family friend heard this, he suggested that Dr. Emley go into urology instead of medicine because it is less competitive and there are fewer people going into it than other specialties (which turned out not to be true).
Be Willing To Take A Leap Of Faith:
Most people probably don’t know that I took an unusual path to become a doctor. And, if you had told me when I was in high school that I would be practicing medicine, I probably would have laughed and said, Thanks, but no thanks. But here’s the thing: as much as we plan our lives, sometimes we don’t get the chance to live out our plans because life throws us curveballs. Sometimes those curveballs are exactly what we need.
Think About What Kind Of Doctor You Want To Be:
When I was in high school, I remember my family friends and classmates would always ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up and without fail, my answer was always a doctor. For me, there were two specific types of doctors that captured my attention: pediatricians and urologists. When it came time for me to decide which direction I would go in the medical field, it wasn’t hard for me at all. The reason being is that the Urology field seemed like such an interesting area of medicine with so much knowledge that needs to be acquired before one can become competent enough in that specialty area.
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Choose An Education Path That Matches Your Values:
I had no idea where I wanted my life to lead when I was 15, but by the time I graduated high school, I knew I wanted to go into medicine. My parents were both physicians who practiced in rural settings, and they taught me that being a doctor meant more than just earning money: it was about doing good for the community and providing access to healthcare for everyone. I chose this path because there are many people who need medical help and don’t have access to or money for it. My goal is not just to make as much money as possible, but also to give back in whatever way possible.
Build Relationships With Other Physicians:
Dr. Emley starts by telling me he was born in Michigan and grew up in New Hampshire, graduating magna cum laude from Indiana University/Bloomington in 1995 with degrees in Biology and Sociology. He was selected for the Phi Beta Kappa honor society, which is the oldest academic honor society for students of all disciplines across the country. He also tells me that he had always planned on going to medical school but never knew what kind of doctor he would end up being until his final year of undergraduate school.
Keep Moving Forward:
I loved science and math in high school, but I didn’t know what career options were open to me. That changed when I was an undergraduate at Indiana University, where I took a pre-med course in my sophomore year and met some of the most amazing professors you could ever hope for: Some of them had been Nobel Prize winners in their fields; others had won major awards for their work; still others had spent decades working with patients on the cutting edge of medicine. The thing that all these professors shared was that they loved what they did with every ounce of their being and that love was infectious!
Network And Give Back:
I have always been drawn to the idea of being able to help people who are suffering from something that I know how to treat, said Dr. Emley. It’s also about being able to do something for them that nobody else is able to do.
Dr. Emley went into medicine because he saw it as an opportunity for him to use his skills and knowledge for the benefit of others. My parents were both physicians, so I grew up in a household where the medicine was talked about on a daily basis, said Dr. Emley. I knew from an early age that I wanted to be a doctor.
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Remember Why You Got Into Medicine In The First Place:
I remember deciding on my career path very early in life: at the age of 10, I wanted to be a doctor. I loved science and math, and I was fascinated by how the human body worked. All of my medical heroes were people who had dedicated their lives to service and improving the lives of others, so it seemed like the perfect fit for me too.