POST-GRADUATE YEAR 3 - CLASS OF 2018

Anisha Anthony, M.D.
St. George's University School of Medicine

"I chose SR-AHEC because I wanted to train at an academic center where they value compassion and empathy, and deliver care to the people who are in great need. In addition to the program, the faculty and staff offer us so many different learning opportunities to help us become better physicians. I am looking forward to working at SR-AHEC and learning to integrate medicine with behavioral science to provide holistic care to our patients."

Karla Bullon, D.O.
Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine

"When choosing a residency, I wanted the best of both worlds: a large community hospital with diverse pathology as well as a family medical center that has the resources to provide all-encompassing medical care to the community. The faculty at SRAHEC inspires individuals, such as me, nurturing our skills with their experiences in a supportive environment."

Kara Coleman, D.O.
A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine - Arizona

"I chose SR-AHEC because the faculty and residents were genuinely warm and caring. I knew that was the environment I wanted to train in. The added benefit of SR-AHEC's unopposed status convinced me that I would have a wonderful educational experience and truly enjoy my time here."

Carlton Glover, M.D.
Medical University of South Carolina

"I chose SR-AHEC because SR-AHEC chose me! I really felt at home as soon as I walked on campus. This program is dually accredited and I wanted the opportunity to have exposure to excellent osteopathic opportunities to add to my educational prowess in order to become a fantastic physician!"

Andrew LePorte, D.O.
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine

"At first, SR-AHEC gathered my attention because they are the only unopposed, dually accredited program in the state which allows unmatched access to a copious diversity of procedures available at the hospital. However, what truly captivated me was everyone's immense enthusiasm they have about the program, the family atmosphere present in the clinic and the clinical teachers that always seem to be more than ready to help. In my training I want to be challenged to be the best I can be, but also have the support I need along the way - I've found that at SR-AHEC."

Leah Mickelson, D.O.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

"I chose SR-AHEC because the staff, attending physicians, and fellow residents genuinely care about educating new doctors. Everyone in the program has been so supportive and has treated me like family from the first day."

Sterling Riddley, M.D.
Ross University School of Medicine

“I am excited to be a part of the SR-AHEC Family Medicine residency program, because it provides a full spectrum of opportunities to develop my skills while allowing me to serve my community.”

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Sara Swanton, D.O.
Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

"SR-AHEC was my first choice because of the sense of support and guidance I felt from my very first contact with them. The residents, faculty and staff made me feel like family before they even knew me. I had an early sense that the SR-AHEC residency program cared about me as an individual, and that they invest deeply in developing good, successful family physicians, including preparing residents for boards and a career after residency. Most importantly, though, I had a gut feeling that I would be happy working for this program and I have not been proven wrong."