Anesthesiologists talk perks of a large residency program

March 30, 2016  //  FOUND IN: Our Employees

Emily Peoples, M.D., says one of her favorite parts of training the next anesthesiologists is to see their development as they go on to take their own leadership roles.

Training for a medical career can be intense, but many physicians and current residents say it’s also one of the most memorable periods of your life.

Kevin Tremper, M.D., chair of anesthesiology, rounded up faculty and residents to talk about their own experiences, and why they are all glad to be part of one of the country’s largest training programs. From the personal connections you make to the ways you can specialize, each person has their own reasons for being part of the No. 1-ranked National Institutes of Health-funded anesthesiology department in the country.

Watch their perspectives on why residency isn’t so daunting when you pick the right destination and mentors for you.