About Me: Female, 30, Sacramento, CA, member since Dec 2013
I was a medic in the USAF for four years where I gained experience in labor and delivery, pediatrics and family practice. I now work for a large hospital where I have worked women's health, urology, ear nose and throat. I love medicine and I am currently studying to get
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