Every interview question is not focused on the job title or qualifications only. An interviewer wants to get to know the person sitting in the chair across from him. There is more to you than a medical license and the interviewer appreciates that.
"I have written several children's books and have had them published. Most people see me as the doctor who works long hours and is married to my work. Although part of that may be true, I do love to read and to write and have used that gift to share the love of reading I have with others."
"Most people don't know that I am an avid bowler. I actually joined a bowling league my freshman year of college and have been bowling ever since. It is a great way be involved with friends and it's good exercise, too."
"One thing many people don't know about me is that I have traveled to Africa several times to work as a mission field doctor. I was able to assess children and adults and to provide immunizations to those in need. It was a wonderful experience."