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Ever since I was young I have always wanted to pursue a career in the medical profession My short-range professional objectives include acquiring a medically related job while continuing my college education I hope to complete the MBAMHA dual degree program in 2-3 years after which I hope to obtain an administrative position in a hospital or biomedical company Perhaps after 3-5 years I will pursue medical school My life-long professional goal is to become a doctor and to build a charity hospital for children and the elderly I have chosen this career path because of many reasons For the present I want to attend college while at the same time work to help my family financially and to pay off all my college debts Finally when I have taken care of my family and myself I want to dedicate the rest of my life in helping other people I want to be a doctor because I feel that as a doctor I have the greatest impact in making a difference in other peoples lives My inspiration and motivation to become a doctor partly came from a movie called Patch Adams This movie starred by Robin Williams was based on a true story of a person who was searching for a purpose in life He was so frustrated that he would often confine himself in a mental institution to control his anger and his suicidal inclinations While in detention he discovered what truly made him happy essentially his reason for existence Patch had a mentally ill roommate who was afraid of squirrels One day he needed to go to the restroom but couldnt because he saw squirrels everywhere They would bite him if he stepped off his bed Patch tried to explain to him that there were actually no squirrels but only figments of his imagination Patch came up with the idea of playing right along with his roommate The two of them set
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