Name: Megan Enos
What attracted you to your field?
When I first came to Prince George my Family Medicine preceptor was the late Dr. Albert Kelly. The passion he had for Family Medicine, the relationship he had with his patients and the work he did in the North helped fuel my desire to be a family physician. During clerkship, I found my niche in obstetrics and knew that this was the career for me.
In 10 years, what UBC or NMP moment will you still be talking about?
The NMP Car Rally was definitely a highlight. Every year, the second year NMP class holds a scavenger hunt once the first years arrive in January. It allowed the first years to become familiar with Prince George and was a great opportunity for both classes to get to know each other.
What’s next for you?
I will be starting a Family Medicine residency in Prince George. I am extremely grateful to be continuing my training in the community that has become my home since starting medical school.
As you look ahead, what (or who) inspires you?
I have had the privilege of working with many inspiring physicians in Northern BC. Their scope of practice was each so unique, that with every experience I became more excited and inspired about what my career as a family physician would look like. Their leadership, commitment to their patients and passion for bringing services to Northern populations is something I hope to emulate once I start my career.
Name one thing on your bucket list.
I would love to eat my way through Europe. When I was 18 I travelled throughout Europe, however, I could only afford to eat margherita pizzas and gyros. Since then I have wanted to return in order to sample as many culinary delights of each country as possible!