Clinical / Tele Rotation
Midwest Sleep and Wellness Clinical Rotation
My experience as a PA student at Midwest Sleep and Wellness was exceptional. Internel Medicine was my first clinical rotation, and Dr. kagzi was very patient with me and always took the time to explain medical conditions and answer all my question. I was able to interact with a lot of patients, taking history, and perform physical exam. After presenting and discussing the patient with Dr. kagzi, we would see the patient together. Dr. kagzi allowed me to write my patient notes ,which he would review with me and provide feedback. Dr. kagzi has many international physicians doing an internal medicine rotation with him via zoom meetings this allows students in the US to interact and learn form physicians from other countries .The Midwest Sleep and Wellness staff is very friendly and helpful and made me feel welcome and an essential part of the team thank you for a tremendous clinical rotation.
I am grateful to the Lord Commonder of the Nights’ Watch (Dr. Kagzi) who provided us with this opportunity to watch and protect the wall to keep illnesses from unbalancing the people. It was a pleasure to be a part of Castle black team (Midwest Sleep and wellness). I am thankful to John snow (Dr. Zubair) and the rangers, the builders & the stewards(entire rotation warriors team) of the Nights’ watch for giving me constant support throughout the Nights’ watch (rotations). My watch ends here.
-Dr. Aakanksha Pitliya
I had a wonderful experience here at Midwest and learned new things everyday. Thankyou Dr kagzi for creating this nice learning space for externs, for enlightening us with your knowledge and giving us opportunities to polish our skills.
Thankyou Dr Zubair and team for constant support.
Whenever there’s any volunteer support needed, I would be more than happy to be a part of it.
Best of luck, everyone!
My sincerest thanks go out to you Dr. Kagzi and your team for allowing me to learn from this rotation. In particular, I enjoyed seeing how you interacted with your patients. Yasmin, I thank you very much for your patience and support when I had problems with payment. Thanks, Dr. Zubair, for being a fabulous coordinator and providing useful information about how to navigate the MATCH.
My gratitude goes out to all the rotation warriors past and present who volunteered to train me in using the EMR and calling patients.
I hope our paths cross in the future. (Dr Oyeleye)