Michael Quarella, DO
University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, He/Him
I went into all of my fourth year clinical rotations and residency interviews very open minded. My instincts told me that I needed to be at a smaller, community hospital rather than a giant university institution. During and after my rotation at Kent, it was difficult to picture myself at another hospital more. The biggest kicker – the people. All of the residents, medical assistants, nurses, and attendings seemed so welcoming, yet hard working. Their family-like interactions with each other were unparalleled. It became a place that I could see myself working in almost instantly.
I love to exercise, golf, go to concerts/events, hang out with/ make new friends, try new restaurants and craft beer, and help out the community however I can.