Hey guys, I’m Will. I’m a British mature international medical student (yes, I know, that’s a lot of adjectives!) in my internship year (6th year) at Medical University Varna, Bulgaria.
Before this, I had a career in journalism.
Anyway, welcome to the site of this non-traditional med student who’s overly curious.
I started this site in the summer of 2020, hoping it could grow into an invaluable resource for anyone interested in a career in medicine and healthcare.
Back then I had a lot of questions (still do) and thought maybe I could start publishing my own research and see if I could help others. Since then, the site’s grown!
We’ve been featured in The New York Times, Zocdoc, Forbes, U.S. News, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, UpJourney, and many more media outlets and websites.
What WillPeachMD.com is About
This site is reader-supported.
My aim is to provide as much useful information for current and prospective healthcare students as I can.
The site’s called “WillPeachMD” because that’s my actual name (minus the MD of course)!
The topics of this site are broad. We cover:
- Study advice
- Medical school life
- Med school preparation
- Healthcare related questions
- Reviews of med school-related gear, equipment, resources, etc.
- Healthcare industry and business
And lots more!
More About Me
To learn more about my background and how I got started studying medicine later in life, you can go here. Be warned; it’s a long read!
If you want to learn more about my professional background check out my profile on LinkedIn. You’ll see I like to write and educate.
If you’re looking for some great resources to help you study better and save more time in med school check out my recommendations page.
Also; I’m a friendly guy and always happy to chat. So if you want, we can do that. Drop me a line over at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll do what I can to respond.
Dr. Alexandra Goncharova – Contributing Writer
Alexandra started her career as a Clinical Fellow at Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust. She’s now a trainee GP.
She likes to cover medical educational products, doctor-related career questions, and more!