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Sumita K. Debroy, M.D.
in Mount Pleasant.
How long at MUSC: 6 months.
Best thing about working at
a satellite office: I like the
variety and the people I work with, and I love not having to fight the
Where were you born: Kansas
Favorite TV shows: Cosby
Show, Grey’s Anatomy, Big Bang Theory.
First job: Kmart checkout girl.
Ingredient you must have in your
freezer: Ice cream.
Person you admire the most: My
Favorite room in your house: My
living room—it's homey.
Biggest challenge: Building a
new practice from scratch.
Your idea of a perfect vacation: Beach,
sun and no schedules.
Memorable trip: We went to Cozumel and Tulum, Mexico
Interesting fact about
yourself: I make a mean turkey
Most rewarding thing about
your job: When I can relieve a
parent's anxiety and make a child feel better.
Funniest moment working in
your area: I had a nurse who
kept knocking the basket of suckers off of the counter. Those suckers
never got in anyone else’s way.
Friday, Jan. 11, 2008
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