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"I'm keeping an open mind," he said. "There are aspects of every part of the medical field that I find interesting. I'm hoping these rotations the next year will help me solidify my interests." Davis said he is glad to be matriculating at the hospital with many of his friends. "Most of us have been friends throughout school now," he said. "We hang out together outside of school, so I think we will hang out outside of work and studies here. Some of us have gone to the driving range at Wyboo. We have cookouts. We spend a lot of time together." Davis also spends time with his wife, Jeri Davis, who will be teaching in Sumter. Manninglive.com will be featuring each of the students individually throughout the next few days.