"It's cushy, I was home by 4pm most days."
That's what Tony had said. 4-5 patients, tops.
Yea right. Sh*t hit the fan today. Started with 9 patients and 2 new ones. Complicated. Stuff I had never seen before in Rochester.
Kaposi's Sarcoma. Disseminated histoplasmosis. Cryptococcal meningitis. Way over my head. CD4 counts of 14 in one patient (bad enough). And then I had another in the ICU with a CD4 of 1.
Still, it was a lot of good learning. And there was this *really* cute Caucasian medical student working there. Didn't mind working till 730pm.