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Chief Residents

Mehak Dhande, MD

Med school: Kasturba Medical College, Manipal University
Hometown: Vancouver, BC 
Favorite things to do in Boston: Running by the Charles, target shooting, rooftop parties in the summer…and buying CT scanners on eBay (there’s a story here- ask Chris)
Most useful thing in my white coat: Lip gloss, granola bars
Favorite guilty pleasure TV show: Shark Tank, Big Little Lies 
Favorite animal at the zoo: Ideally, a dragon. I have faith it will happen 
Why TMC: The people 
Why Boston: It is warmer than Canada

Chris Millhouse, MD

Med school: University of MiamiUndergrad: Dartmouth College
Hometown: Moorpark CA
Favorite things to do in Boston: Boda Borg! 
Most useful thing in my white coat: My boyish charm 
Favorite guilty pleasure TV show: 9 consecutive hours of college football
Favorite animal at the zoo: Otters
Why TMC: I interviewed at Tufts Medical Center and was swooned by the legitimately fun interview day / Chinese lunch.  I could tell I was going to fit in with the types of residents that were here, and when you are working with people you like it doesn’t feel like work! 
Why Boston: It’s a fun, young and cerebral city where nerds can thrive.  Spoiler: if you’re applying to internal medicine, you are some form of nerd - might as well embrace it!

Stacy Schwartz, MD

Med school: University of Maryland
Undergrad: Georgetown University
Hometown: Lutherville MD
Favorite things to do in Boston: Hang out of the Esplanade and watch the sailboats go by
Most useful thing in my white coat: Chapstick (I’m addicted), followed by my super bright pen light 
Favorite guilty pleasure TV show: Bachelor/ette
Favorite animal at the zoo: Sloth
Why TMC: The organization is small enough that you get to know everyone. People are friendly and provide great care (this is a lame answer I know)
Why Boston: Needed a break from Baltimore! But seriously it’s a great place with lots of history, fun activities, and annoyingly good sport teams, and easily accessible beaches.