“Dropping people off at the hospital and that being the end of my contact with them just wasn’t fulfilling. I wanted to know how they did.”Guy Jensen ’08 saw the chance to train as a volunteer emergency medical technician as an opportunity to serve his rural Northwest Idaho community, and get precious job skills to boot. He took classes at the state fire academy. He volunteered at a medical clinic that treats migrant workers. He was often first on the scene in an emergency. But it wasn’t enough. So Jensen decided to enter medical school at the University of Washington to take his career to another level – so he could not simply help someone during an emergency, but so that he could be there for their medical recovery.