POST GRADUATE YEAR 2
ZANETTA BATTS, D.O.Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine
“When researching programs during my 4th year of medical school I noticed that most programs were similar in their curriculum and training, but one aspect that allowed SR-AHEC to stand out was the positive learning environment and camaraderie among residents. From my interview day to the first day of orientation, the faculty and staff were very approachable and emphasized that I would not only receive broad scope training, but in a supportive environment. I am ecstatic to begin my training at SR-AHEC."
DORIAN BONAM, D.O.Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine - Auburn Campus
“I chose SR-AHEC because the people were very friendly and laid back all while conducting a formal interview. I also love that the town of Fayetteville is not too big or too small…it is just right! As a recipient of a NHSC Scholarship, I am excited to work with underserved populations, the same populations I will be working with in the foreseeable future.”
LEAH BRYAN, M.D.University of Texas Rio Grande School of Medicine
“This was the place where I felt most comfortable on the interview trail. I am excited about the opportunities to become involved with the community and to serve patient populations that I am passionate about.”
KELLY BULLARD, D.O.
Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine - Carolinas Campus
“I was impressed with the faculty, the caliber of the residents, the knowledgeable attendings, all within the comforts of my hometown. I am excited to be able to order and receive labs, get imaging and perform a variety of procedures, all under one roof!”
JASON COOPER, M.D.
“Of the people I met on my interview day, from the attendings, residents to the support staff, I was embraced with such a warm and welcoming environment. When looking for a residency program, I knew that I wanted to be at a program where I would be supported, and I felt that I had found that at SR-AHEC.”
DAISY KWENDE, M.D.New York Medical College
“I chose the SR-AHEC Family Medicine Residency because the residents and faculty I met during the AAFP National Conference and the interview emulated characteristics I want to develop in myself as a physician. The support for the residents’ diverse interests, a striving for excellence by acknowledging areas of weakness, and a fundamental respect between every individual made SR-AHEC the family I wanted to be a part of for my residency training.”
BENISON MANGEL, D.O.Lincoln-DeBuske School of Osteopathic Medicine
“I was impressed by the curriculum and the different medical services SR-AHEC offers to their patients. These in-house medical services, which include a pharmacist and behavioral services, are essential to the management of chronic medical conditions and represent a true commitment to integrative medical care.”
JIMMY PAN, D.O.West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine
“What drew me to this program was that it is located in a medically underserved community. The ability to serve these communities in my home state is one of the reasons I became a physician. I am excited to have the opportunity to see patients independently while have a safety net provided by preceptors and supporting staff.”