POST-GRADUATE YEAR 3 - CLASS OF 2017

Allen Ballew, D.O.
Lincoln-DeBuske College of Osteopathic Medicine

"I am thrilled to have matched to Southern Regional AHEC Family Medicine Residency. Since SR-AHEC is an unopposed residency, I am very excited about individualized learning opportunities, and I am eager to explore my specific interests in family medicine. Also, the faculty, staff, and residents are helpful, friendly, and supportive, and I look forward to providing primary care in such a diverse community."

Dr. Kapoor

Calbee Cooper, M.D.
Boston University School of Medicine

"Good medicine has always been found in yourlocal doctor’s office, in the community with approachable and caring doctors, friendly and helpful staff, and packed with an environment that allows every single patient to know that we are all about serving and healing. I found that at SR-AHEC and that’s why I’m here."

Avkash Daji, D.O.
West Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine

"When I rotated here as a medical student, I was amazed at how willing the residents and preceptors were to take me under their wing and teach the art of medicine. There was a genuine drive from everyone to generate exemplary physicians. I wanted to be one of those physicians- that is why I chose Southern Regional AHEC."

Dr. Kapoor

Alisha Johnson, M.D.
Ross University School of Medicine

"I joined the program because the staff genuinely cares about the residents’ well being and everyone seemed to be really supportive. I also liked that the program is unopposed which will allow me to get the experience I need. The program has a family-like feeling which makes you feel like you have a huge support base."

Catherine Pechon, M.D.
Texas A&M College of Medicine

"The sense of community makes being a resident at SR-AHEC an enjoyable experience, and everyone cares for one another. Further SR-AHEC focuses on molding outstanding physicians by providing an unopposed program with a variety of learning opportunities and allowing you to create a personalized education plan."

Dr. Kapoor

Ann Marie Richards, M.D.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine

"I chose SR-AHEC because the unopposed program affords me the opportunity to pursue additional interests that I would not have been able to elsewhere."

Vicky Rivas-Orozco, M.D.
Rush University College of Medicine

"I am excited to work at the SR-AHEC residency program because it provides an unopposed learning environment in a diverse patient population with faculty and staff willing to teach and help throughout the learning process."

Dr. Kapoor

Marc Sciarra, D.O.
Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine

"I chose this program because I wanted to be like the staff and residents at SR-AHEC; they display kindness toward their patients and passion for medicine. From my experience so far, I see that the program supports collaborative learning."