Meet John McNeil, MD, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology

November 28, 2017 by   |   Leave a Comment

John McNeil, MD, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at UVA School of Medicine

Meet John McNeil, MD, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at UVA School of Medicine.

This post is part of a series of interviews with new and junior faculty. Stay tuned for more interviews with your colleagues!

Q: How long have you been at UVA and where were you before you came to UVA?

I first came to UVA as a first-year undergraduate student in 1999, graduating with a Commerce degree in 2003 and later with my medical degree in 2010.

Q: What are you currently focusing on in your work?

I am currently working on expanding the third-year medical student clerkship rotation in anesthesiology to include more pre-operative and post-operative care, and also helping out with a departmental initiative to improve operating room efficiency.

Q: When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

Growing up I wanted to be a mobile veterinarian that travelled around in a mobile home taking care of animals.

Q: A favorite spot to grab lunch during the day?

I’ve always loved Take It Away on the Corner – I recommend their Virginia ham on wheat bread.

Q: Do you have any children or fur babies at home?

I have a three-year old son who is obsessed with dinosaurs, particularly T. Rex!

Q: Do you have a favorite local restaurant or hangout spot?

Duner’s in Ivy! Love their steak and seafood, and it was one of the first restaurants I took my now-wife to when we began dating.

 

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