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With Crop Over tabanca affecting scores of Barbadians, we thought it only fitting that you meet carnival enthusiast, Dr. Jamar Crichlow.
These are the words of advice given by Dr. Jamar Crichlow, Registrar I in the Department of General Surgery. Since commencing his internship programme, his six years at the QEH have been filled with friendly encounters with both staff and patients. Admitting that at times he found medical school incredibly challenging, Jamar persevered and went on to attain his Bachelor of Medicine degree, followed by a Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). Jamar describes completing his medical internship as one of his best memories of working at the QEH.
Friendly, and with an innate ability to put his patients at ease, Jamar always keeps a smile on his face and inspires others to “keep pushing” towards excellence.
Dr. Crichlow dreams of travelling the world to attend every carnival there is, and attests to the fact that you can have a healthy work life balance. After all, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, and Dr. Crichlow is anything but dull.