I felt at home during the interview day. The bond between the faculty, residents and staff was very evident. Our program caters to a broad range of patients, which makes it a great training program. There is ample opportunity to learn how to manage both rare and “bread and butter” cases. The residency program does a great job of balancing both autonomy and support. I already feel comfortable making decisions on my own but I also know I have great support from my seniors, and the faculty should I need it. The clinical faculty is very approachable and friendly. Everyone is happy to teach. Residency, no matter where we go, is going to be very difficult. We are going to have bad days and days of success. It is the support system around you that really makes it a fun and enjoyable experience and helps you get through some of those rough times, as well. And I can say from personal experience that it has been so true. The faculty and staff are committed to the residents' needs and success. I am looking forward to this amazing journey of three years.