Alleyoop90 Posted January 19, 2014 Share Posted January 19, 2014 Hi everyone.I am not a PA student yet but am in the process of taking my prereqs for PA school. I graduated with a Bachelors of Health Administration last december and after working in an office at a desk all day I realized I would much rather be out interacting and seeing patients, and working more hands on (I work at my states Health Department). I have always had a strong interest in medicine, but what kept holding me back was the fear that I would not be able to handle watching surgeries during rotations, extreme traumas in the ER etc. I thought about Physical Therapy, but I just dont find it as interesting. I dont want something this silly to hold me back from pursuing my dream. I think this is why I choose the health administration route, thinking Id be satisfied with working the clerical side of health but I'm not. Do you think this is something I can overcome? Any input would be appreciated! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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