#OmanPride: Top rank holder at Oman Medical College discusses future plans

More sports Monday 11/January/2016 22:34 PM
By: Times News Service
#OmanPride: Top rank holder at Oman Medical College discusses future plans

Muscat: “I want to discover medicines for the diseases, from which the world suffers,” said Ghadeer Jamal Abdal Nasser Mohamed Moslhey, who became the top rank holder at the Oman Medical College of Medical Science.
Today, the Times of Oman (TOO) is featuring Moslhey and her ambition in its #Oman Pride campaign.
Even though Moslhey is an Egyptian, she wants to pursue her career in Oman and wants to serve the people of the Sultanate where she was born.
“Since my school days, I was interested in medicine and enjoyed studying biology and anatomy,” Moslhey told TOO.
“My dream became stronger when I saw doctors helping patients get rid of their diseases,” she added.
Speaking about her first rank, Moslhey said, “I am feeling happy and proud as I have achieved my goal and am now starting my medical career to apply the knowledge I gained through my medical life to help others.”
“Any goal is not difficult achieve as long as you are working hard to achieve it,” she added.
She thanked all her professors, parents, friends and all her well wishers for the support and good advice imparted to help achieve this success.
Moslhey is currently preparing to specialise and for her higher studies.
“I would like to get a specialisation in either internal medicine or paediatrics, but have not decided yet,” she stated.
She also wants to provide a high quality of diagnosis and treatment to the patients who come to her for treatment.
“I will give my best to the patient, who wants to cure their disease from me; I will assure them of high quality of treatment from me,” she asserted.
According to Moslhey, her graduation ceremony was the happiest moment in her life.
“This (graduation ceremony) was the happiest moment in my life and I enjoyed every single minute in the OMC,” Moslhey said.
Her advice to the students, who wants to take pursue a medical degree is to apply what you study in your real life, which will make it easier to achieve your goal.
She also likes to read books and loves to listen to and play music.
Moslhey’s father is a consultant engineer at Al Hashmi Architectural Consultation and design and her mother works as a teacher in the Madinat Al Turath School.