I have completed three of my four years of graduate medical training at Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. While training at one of the busiest county hospitals in the US, I started to realize the structural problems plaguing the American healthcare system and the degree which institutional policies can infringe on a physician’s practice. Therefore, I decided to pursue an MBA at University of Oxford to build necessary management and entrepreneurship skills to enable me to not only run a healthcare system efficiently but also to build new hospitals and clinic systems. After completing the MBA, I plan to finish my medical degree and residency training in Emergency Medicine. My long-term goal is to incorporate my medical and business skills into expanding access to healthcare both locally and globally by building a strong network of low-income clinics and hospitals in areas of greatest geographic and financial need.