The Gray’s Anatomy Phase of My Life

March 17, 2013

Radiology came and went. I passed. Reader, if you ever have a chest x-ray let me know.

As for what’s coming up…. I MATCHED!  I’m kind of thrilled. I’ll be spending the next 4 years living in Astoria (hopefully) and working at North Shore Long Island Jewish Hospital. Here’s what it looks like:

The outside...

The outside…

The lobby

The lobby

The meditation room

The meditation room

Where I will deliver a baby

Where I will deliver a baby

more lobby

more lobby

I know. It’s gorgeous, and I’m bragging a little. I don’t need a perfect lighting design to get through residency…. but…. it doesn’t hurt.

Don’t worry. In my free time I will keep blogging. You can look forward to stories about celebrity sightings, a record of the coffee stains on my white coat, and I’ll keep a boys-vs.-girls score of the babies I deliver . So stay tuned.

Between now and then, there are few things to attend to. First, I start Emergency Medicine Monday, followed by “Surgery bootcamp” in April, and finally a psych elective. Then it’s off to Australia to see YC. Then Graduation (!). Then I move to Queens. I want to take a nap…

Finally, I’ve gotten back into filmmaking lately… here’s what I did:

First, a promo video I made for my beloved Henry Luce Scholars program:

And for those of you who haven’t seen it yet, my friend and I made this last Tuesday:

We’re hoping it goes viral. Keep an eye out for episode two coming soon 🙂

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2 Responses to “The Gray’s Anatomy Phase of My Life”

  1. Mgreen1096 Says:

    Wow!!!!!!!!

  2. Jess Says:

    Roz — both videos are incredible. I am so impressed! Fantastic work. And again, congrats!

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