My name is Dr. Lesley-Ann Battick. I graduated from the University of the West Indies in 2018 with a Bachelor of Medical Sciences with honors, a Bachelor of Medicine/ a Bachelor of Surgery with honors and was awarded honors in the MBBS Medicine and Therapeutics Exam 2018. I have a strong passion for medicine and a keen desire to provide my patients with the highest standard of care. It is my firm belief that exceptional healthcare can create a solid foundation for the advancement of our nation and improve the general well-being and quality of life for our fellow citizens. I hope to be a part of Jamaica’s progressing healthcare ecosystem and use my skills to propel it forward.
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Seeing and treating patients in the Outpatient department, Critical Care unit and Emergency Room. On average, I am able to provide ambulatory care to ~ 25 patients per shift as well as providing specialised care to patients admitted to the Critical Care unit.
Provided didactic academic presentations and interactive practical sessions to 1st and 3rd year medical student at the U.W.I. (Mona). The academic sessions were focused on the Internal Medicine specialties of Pulmonary and Gastroenterology. Through this endeavour, I was challenged to increase my knowledge on the subject matter and design an effective teaching approach that allowed my students to get the most out of each academic session. This experience has further highlighted my passion for teaching.
1. Triage, seeing and treating patients in the outpatient setting.
2. Attended to house & ambulance calls.
3. Performed minimally invasive procedures ( Pap smears & suturing)
On average, I was able to provide Ambulatory care to ~ 20 patients per shift. Exposure at this practice has allowed me to gain confidence in treating chronic illnesses as well as stabilising and referring emergent cases.
Rotations: Primary Health Care, Pathology, and Obstetrics & Gynaecology
1. Assumed responsibility of triage and providing ambulatory care at various health centres in Kingston and St. Andrew. Health Centres, on average, admitted 40-50 patients daily allowing me to directly treat ~ 25 patients per day. Through this experience, I was able better hone my skills of managing the range of chronic illnesses prevalent in the Jamaican demographic. My involvement with health education & promotion in this setting granted me opportunities to amplify my competences in presentation skills and patient communication.
2. Performed autopsies.
3. Provided academic presentations (didactic & gross anatomical image sessions) to medical students rotating through Pathology. 4. Provided Gynaecologic services including colposcopy, cold coagulation, endometrial pipelle sampling and LLETZ biopies.
5. Provided academic presentations to junior residents in the Obstetrics & Gynaecology program
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