Post Rock welcomes Bunmi Morohunfola

December 7, 2015 | Students | By: Zach Muhrer | Tags: , , , , ,

Dr. Beth Oller has had Bunmi (pronounced BOO-me) working closely with her in Stockton and Plainville for the last couple of weeks.  As a fourth year medical student, Bunmi is in the midst of a four week rotation with Dr. Oller where he continues to learn his craft from Dr. Oller.

Where are you from?
I’m from Leawood, Kansas.

Why did you come to Rooks County?
I came to Rooks County for my 4th year medical school rural rotation.

What do you hope to be when you’re out of school?  Why?
I hope to be an Emergency Medicine Doctor when I’m done with school. I’ve always been interested in medicine and I like the fast pace of emergency medicine.

What do you like about shadowing in Rooks County?
I’ve liked getting to know the people of Rooks County. They have all been very kind to me.  My favorite thing about shadowing in Rooks County has been seeing all the ways the family medicine doctors are involved in the community.

What do you like to do outside of medicine?
Outside of medicine I enjoy playing the drums, cooking and playing video games.

What do you hope to learn from your rotation in Rooks County?
While in Rooks County, I hope to learn the importance of risk stratification and the criteria for referrals in the rural setting.