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Join SNMA as We Participate in #ActionsSpeakLouder Campaign

Posted By Cynthia Bell, Monday, December 7, 2015

   As a whole, our society is evolving. Bias – both unconscious and conscious – is starting to be acknowledged and we are finally at a place where the dialogue about it and its effects on our society is omnipresent. What most Americans may not realize though, is that bias is especially prevalent in medicine – and blatant when examining health disparities and health outcomes in communities of color.

Research shows that patients tend to have better relationships with physicians who share commonalities with them, such as ethnicity and race, which overwhelmingly lead to better patient outcomes. As the landscape of healthcare in America continues to change with the enactment of the Affordable Care Act, we are seeing an even more diverse group of patients presenting to primary care clinics for preventative care and treatment. However, as quickly as the demographics of patients seeking primary care are changing, we are still eons behind in seeing a change in the make-up of healthcare providers who treat these patients. For instance, although 13 percent of Americans are of African descent, they only make up about 4 percent of physicians in this country, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. The statistics are slightly better when looking at other health professions, such as nursing and dentistry, but a major disparity still exists when examining the diversity of the healthcare workforce overall, in America.

On Thursday, December 10, 2015, the one-year anniversary of the National White Coat Die-In, WhiteCoats4BlackLives will be reflecting on the lack of diversity in our medical schools and how it translates to care for poorer patients in our communities of color. #ActionsSpeakLouder will encourage a long overdue discussion on improving racial diversity at our institutions and hospitals, led by students with a vested interest in racial justice and health equity. Ultimately, we hope to promote a healthcare workforce that is more reflective of our country’s population, as well as help better address our nation’s health disparities.

Please join us this week as we examine how we can all contribute to making our institutions and hospitals more equitable, ensuring better health outcomes for patients from all backgrounds. We look forward to seeing all of your successful campaigns on social media!

Yours in Advocacy,

Valerie A. Pierre

Health Policy and Legislative Affairs, Co-Chair 2015-2016

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New Scholarship Available to SNMA Members

Posted By Cynthia Bell, Thursday, October 29, 2015

  The Satarie Thelma Edwards Minority Medical Scholarship Fund is now available to members of the Student National Medical Association. The $50,000 fund honors Satarie Edwards or Thelma, as she was affectionately called, who epitomized courage, ambition, perseverance and immutable resolve. Her unwavering edict was that education is unequivocally the key to success, and her humble beginnings did not preclude the attainment of ultimate success.

Satarie Thelma Edwards strongly believed in the dogma that with the formula of strong work ethic, perseverance and steadfast motivation, every goal is procurable. She was a great mother and an excellent teacher by profession, but also served as a counselor and a leader within her community by imparting knowledge, sage advice and guidance to everyone she encountered.  Although her life was abbreviated on earth, her tenets and values live on perpetually.

Satarie Edwards, raised all three of her children in Jamaica, and despite numerous encumbrances, she successfully instilled in them all the values described herein.  This scholarship was therefore established, by her family, in honor of her unflappable credo, her life and her legacy.

As such, the Satarie Thelma Edwards Minority Medical Scholarship candidate(s) must demonstrate unquestionable commitment to achieving academic excellence in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges.

Two to five scholarships will be awarded in her honor to outstanding medical students who are in their first or second year of study. SNMA members are encouraged to apply. 

Qualified candidates must be:

  • A first or second year medical student,
  • Interested in a career in oncology,
  • Required to complete a clinical rotation outside of the student's medical school at the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa Florida (https://moffitt.org), and
  • A member of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA).

The application packet must include:

  • A 1,000-word essay on how the student overcame adversity, not to exceed two, double-spaced pages (i.e. examples and experiences that demonstrate how the student and/or their family overcame adversity; whether or not the student would be the first in their family to pursue a medical degree; why a career in oncology, etc.).
  • An official transcript, and curriculum vitae (CV) with contact information that clearly highlight any awards, scholarships, distinctions, research interests, current or past research projects and journal publications.
  • Two letters of recommendations from faculty members.
  • A nomination letter from the medical school's dean or dean's designee stating that the candidate has maintained good academic standing throughout the first one or two years.
  • Demonstration of leadership skills and/or interest in addressing disparities in any aspect of medicine, the educational, societal, and healthcare needs of racial and ethnic minorities, and active in extracurricular activities including SNMA or MAPS chapters or other groups and include any past or current research projects ands/or publications. 

* All letters and personal statements should be doubled-spaced with 1” margins and size 11 Tahoma font. 

The deadline for submitting the application packet to the Satarie Thelma Edwards Minority Medical Scholarship Fund is Monday, November 30, 2015. Please Email the completed application package (in a single file) to execdir@snma.org with Satarie Thelma Edwards Scholarship in the subject line. Late applications will not be considered.

Don't forget, Early Bird registration for AMEC 2016 is in progress through November 30, 2015 with substantial discounts. Click here to register for AMEC 2016.  Remember to friend SNMA on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

 

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Register for AMEC 2016 Today!!!

Posted By Cynthia Bell, Wednesday, September 30, 2015

    Registration is now open for the Student National Medical Association’s 2016 Annual Medical Education Conference (AMEC) that will be held March 23-27, 2016 at the JW Marriott Hotel in Austin, Texas. Be a part of the conversation on Mental Health: Facing the Challenges of the 21st Century, as we examine the role of mental health in today's society.

AMEC 2016 will provide education on integrated care and will highlight the effects of social determinants of mental health. The conference will also look at the scarcity of African-American men entering the field of medicine, with an eye on advocacy. For attendees, workshops will focus on developing tangible skills that are applicable in both their personal lives and professional careers. 

Click here to take advantage of Early Bird Registration and get a substantial registration discount from NOW until November 30, 2015. 

Look for program and logistical information in the upcoming weeks on the SNMA website.  

 

 

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NLIs are an Excellent Source for Leadership Training

Posted By Cynthia Bell, Monday, August 24, 2015

   The Student National Medical Association’s second National  Leadership Institute (NLI) of the year is just around the corner! "Mental  Health, Social Media, and Leadership in 21st Century Medicine” is  the topic and the NLI will provide leadership opportunities for both SNMA  members and non-members. Duke University School of Medicine will host the event  on September 11-13, 2015 in Durham, NC. Click here to register and for more information.        

SNMA holds NLIs three times each year, in conjunction with its Board of Directors meetings. SNMA and MAPS members nationwide gather for a weekend of educational workshops on leadership training, organizational advancement and project development. Educational tracks are crafted specifically for board members, regional and chapter members at large, and for pre-medical students.

This past June, I had the pleasure of attending the NLI in Wilmington, Delaware, hosted by Christiana Care Health System and Sidney Kimmel Medical College. That NLI offered a plethora of exceptional workshops for participants. The workshops included talks and discussions on a variety of topics, such as the Philadelphia Refugee Mental Health Collaborative, Balancing Life in Medicine, Making the Most of Your Residency, Emotional Intelligence, Physician Leadership in Implementing and Disseminating Organizational Change, as well as my favorite – the 5 A’s of Failure (spoiler alert – there are also 5 F’s of success).

As strange as it may seem, failure was the topic of my favorite workshop, which was led by Dr. Robinson, senior vice president and executive director of Christian Care Health System. As we strive to make A’s in school, this workshop hit home focusing on the following A’s.

1) Acknowledge failure – This may seem pretty straight forward, but is often the hardest. As medical and pre-medical school students, we are accustomed to a certain amount of success. When failure inevitably comes our way, it is even harder to accept. According to James Barrie, author of a small, unknown children’s book and play called Peter Pan, "We are all failures – at least, the best of us are.”

2) Attitude – You must see failure as an opportunity. According to Winston Churchill, another not very well known individual, "Success is going from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.” You must also possess mental toughness and maximize your experiential learning.

3) Adversity – According to Wilma Rudolph, "Winning is great, sure, but if you are really going to do something in life, the secret is learning how to lose…. If you can pick up after a crushing defeat, and go on to win again, you are going to be a champion someday.” That she was as the first American woman to win three gold medals in track and field during a single Olympic Game, a member of the National Black Sports and Entertainment Hall of Fame, an inductee into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame in 1983, and the National Women’s Hall of Fame in 1994. If that wasn’t enough she was the muse for the 1977 TV movie, The Wilma Rudolph Story, where Denzel Washington got one of his first starring roles. An athlete at heart, although not in skill, I easily get sidetracked by sports, so now back to those A’s.

4) Action – You must base your action on failures and what you have learned.

5) Achieve – According to Charles Kettering, developer of the electrical starting motor and leaded gasoline, "One fails forward toward success.” It is important that you do not spend so much time strengthening your weaknesses that you weaken your strengths.

Those were the five A’s, but of course I would be remised for not noting the failure. So here are the 5 F’s of success.

1) Faith (In god, in family, in your friends, and in yourself)

2) Foresight

3) Focus

4) Fortitude

5) Fearlessness

My second favorite workshop was the discussion on the Philadelphia Refugee Mental Health Collaborative (PRMHC) that touched upon my interest in mental health. PRMHC offers a spectrum of wellness-focused clinical and community-based interventions to promote well-being among refugee and immigrant communities.

From the workshops to the social events to networking, the June NLI thoroughly exceeded all of my expectations. Again, don’t miss SNMA’s next NLI hosted by Duke University School of Medicine on September 11-13, 2015 in Durham, NC. We would love to have you join us! Click here to register today.

 

Cortlyn Brown

SNMA Vice President 2015-2016

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Congratulations to Jordan Research Forum Winners

Posted By Cynthia Bell, Wednesday, May 27, 2015

The Student National Medical Association proudly announces the winners of the annual Dr. Wilbert C. Jordan Research Forum. Congratulations to the following members who were awarded up to $1,000 of their efforts.

Ruka Aderogba (Pre-Med) 

Umaru Barrie (Basic Science)

Eric Walker (Dual Degree)

Crystal Nnenne Azu (Dual Degree)

Gadini Delisca (Clinical Science)

Amber Anders (Social Science) 

Research categories included basic science, clinical science, social science, and obesity or health complications of obesity. Abstracts were submitted and displays of work were presented and reviewed during Annual Medical Education Conference by a panel of judges that interviewed each participant.

The Research Forum is named for Dr. Wilbert C. Jordan in honor of his commitment to the SNMA and his significant personal and financial support of the forum. Dr. Jordan is an internationally renowned leader in the research community for his work in infectious diseases, particularly in tuberculosis and small pox. He is especially noted for his research on AIDS in the African American Community.

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A Vision to Uphold the SNMA Legacy

Posted By Cynthia Bell, Thursday, April 30, 2015

I am honored to take on the role of National Chairperson of the Board of Directors for the Student National Medical Association. The organization has truly been formative during my medical school career. It is my hope to help the SNMA continue to flourish; and to have an impact on current and future medical students and the communities in which we serve.

My vision is to uphold the legacy of the SNMA. Those who have come before us have paved an incredible path of achievement. It is now our duty to protect all aspects of the SNMA including its finances, brand, members and the communities it serves so that we can continue to support future and current underrepresented minority medical students, help underserved communities, and increase the number of culturally competent, socially conscious and clinically excellent physicians.

While upholding the legacy that has been laid before us it will be important for us to continue to strengthen our foundation. Society is always changing. We must stay current and make sure that we are using the most technologically efficient and savvy ways to connect with our membership – past, present and future. We must also continuously assess and come up with solutions to address the needs of underserved populations. This means better documentation of our events, establishing creative partnerships, increasing funding opportunities and approaching problems by thinking outside of the box.

It is also important that we cultivate an environment for the success of our mission and SNMA members. I plan to have a strong focus on Board Development to ensure that our members are well equipped with the skills needed to actively participant in governing a nonprofit organization, to advocate for healthcare and medical education policy, and to plan and execute events that will help to mitigate health disparities and impact the lives of millions. This training will take place during our National Leadership Institutes and various webinars throughout the year.

One of the largest projects that we’ll be undertaking this year is the creation of a new three-year strategic plan. This plan will be a blueprint for success for the next three administrations to follow that hopefully will continue to develop and fortify the SNMA.

I am excited to work with the new Board of Directors and can’t wait to see all of the amazing progress that we can accomplish over this next administrative year.

 

Yours in SNMA,

 

DaShawn A. Hickman

Chairman, SNMA Board of Directors

 

 

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New Leadership on SNMA Board

Posted By Cynthia Bell, Tuesday, April 21, 2015

AMEC 2015 in New Orleans is a fond memory for many of us. The election of officers has taken place. A hardy welcome to the SNMA 2015-2016 Board of Directors. Student National Medical Association (SNMA) is committed to supporting current and future underrepresented minority medical students, addressing the needs of underserved communities, and increasing the number of clinically excellent, culturally competent and socially conscious physicians. The following board members are list by position, name and school.

 

Position

Name

School

Chair of the Board

DaShawn Hickman

Case Western Reserve University SOM

President

Anthony Kulukulualani

Tufts University School of Medicine

President-Elect

Christen Johnson

Wright State University- BSOM

Vice-President

Cortlyn Brown

Yale University School of Medicine

PMBM

Kevin Anderson, Jr

Duke University School of Medicine

Treasurer

Adeolu Aromolaran

Yale School of Medicine

Secretary

Dantwan Smith

Ross University School of Medicine

Speaker of the House

Ashley Matthew

University of Massachusetts Medical School

Parliamentarian

Jacob Marshall

Saint Louis University School of Medicine

Immediate Past Chair

Brittney Phillips

Howard University College of Medicine

Immediate Past President

Topaz Sampson

Wright State University Boonshoft SOM

Regional Directors

Region I Director

Amarachi Okoro

University of Los Angeles, Los Angeles

Region II Director

Nailah Cash-O'Bannon

University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Region III Director

Tiffani Houston

University of Texas HSC at San Antonio

Region IV Director

Camilla Mills

Morehouse School of Medicine

Region V Director

Martha Dua-Awereh

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Region VI Director

Robert Wardlow

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Region VII Director

Asia Matthew

University of Massachusetts Medical School

Region VIII Director

Katrina Castille

Drexel University College of Medicine

Region IX Director

antoinette Leonard-Jean Charles

Touro College Of Osteopathic Medicine

Region X Director

National Committee Chairs

Academic Affairs

Rachel Odeyemi

Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine

Hope Taitt

SUNY Downstate COM

Community Service

Thayne Dalrymple

Univeristy of North Carolina School of Medicine

Shakirat Salvador

Florida State University College of Medicine

Diversity Research

Abner A Murray

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Debra Dixon

Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of CWRU

External Affairs

Brittany L. Jackson

Howard University College of Medicine

HPLA

Jara Crear

Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University

Valerie A. Pierre

Creighton University School of Medicine

Internal Affairs

Adesuwa Ighodaro

Yale School of Medicine

Tsion Aberra

Yale School of Medicine

International Affairs

Nkiru (Kiki) Osude

U. of Missouri-Kansas City Sch of Medicine

Membership

Michele Holman

The Commonwealth Medical College

 

Kimberly Dike

Drexel University College of Medicine

Osteopathic

Danielle M. Ward, MS

GA-PCOM

Kristyn J. Smith

Rowan Univeristy School of Osteopathic Medicine (RowanSOM)

Publications

Jasmin Scott-Hawkins

Wright State University Boonshoft SOM

Comfort Elumogo

Case Western School of Medicine

Jonathan Batson

Barry University

Professional Board Members

PBM to EC

Courtney Scrubbs DO, JD

Locke Lord LLP

PBM

Candrice R Heath, MD

Mt. Sinai-St. Luke's-Roosevelt Dermatology

PBM

Jennifer Walton, MD, MPH

Nationwide Children's Hospital, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

 

 

 

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National Chair and President Reflect on Successful Year

Posted By Cynthia Bell, Thursday, April 2, 2015

Brittney Phillips 

Brittney Phillips Reflects on SNMA Accomplishments and What the Future Holds

It is truly a bittersweet feeling to have my term come to a close as National Chairperson. I’m really going to miss working with this board next year and appreciate the wealth of knowledge and experiences that serving as chair has brought me this year.  I am however, really excited to see what the new administration will bring the organization and am confident that SNMA is left in more than capable hands.  

Serving this year during the 50th anniversary of the SNMA and witnessing the 50th Founders Day Celebration and the I Heart SNMA Campaign simultaneously at chapters across the nation has me still in awe of the talents and power of our membership. I am so proud of what we have accomplished over the last 50 years and am eager to see what comes in the next 50.

Your board has worked hard all year to make the SNMA a better place than when we started a year ago.  One thing we accomplished is incorporating new board training modules into the National Leadership Institutes so that we are more prepared and better capable to serve both now and in the future. We also are completing a series of technological innovations, which have provided chapters with official email addresses and will speed up the process of documentation and day-to-day workings of the organization.

Additionally, we increased our social media presence on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram in order to stay connected with our members across the country. We love hearing from members and if you see any of us at AMEC feel free to say hi and share any comments, questions, or suggestions that you may have.  

It has been a pleasure serving you this year! Enjoy AMEC and celebrate the end of another successful administrative year!

 

National President Prepares SNMA to Serve a Diverse Community

 "Wow, I really did it! And I think I did a decent job too!” These are some of my thoughts during AMEC 2015.

 My dream of being the National President manifested itself three years ago during AMEC 2012 in Atlanta. I vividly recall watching the then Board of Directors taking pictures and celebrating the completion of a successful year. I remember seeing past National President Michael Knight being congratulated on executing a phenomenal conference and triumphant programmatic year. I remember thinking "Hmmm, I wonder if I could do that?” Fast forward to the 50th Anniversary AMEC 2014 where I was so blessed to have been installed as the "Royal President” by Princess A.K. Ocansey of Ghana. What an experience!

As National President, I wanted to dispel the notion that the SNMA is simply "The black people club.” At my own institution and many SNMA chapters struggle to attract non-African American members interested in the good work we do in advocacy, service and pipeline programs. My desire was to use technology and social media to propel the SNMA mission to more than just our own membership.

I am very proud of our service to the underserved and felt more people should know about it. I wanted to celebrate the programs that were already created and liked to think that there is a treasure chest of excellent programming from past administrations and if I could revitalize one it would be a testament to the work that has been done in the previous 50 years.

Lastly, I focused on SNMA’s celebration of 50 years of diversifying the face of medicine and my administration launching SNMA into the next 50 years. Watching SNMA’s 50th year historical review, I considered how the organization would be remember the next 50 years. I developed a Back 2 the Future executive agenda that would keep our mission at the forefront. I chose the LGBT and Immigrant/Refugee population and from another angle of marginalized groups, I couldn’t ignore the lack of minority men in medicine. In prior administrations the Brotherhood Alliance for Science Education (BASE) was born although only being done at a few medical schools. My goal was for the SNMA to revisit this program, partner with the institutions successfully running BASE to develop an updated curriculum that chapters nationwide could implement through our pipeline initiative.

Lastly, I wanted to improve the use of social media. Our members were not only on Facebook, but on Twitter and Instagram, but I wanted to attract non-members, such as other organizations, potential sponsors, and future supporters of the SNMA by displaying our work. Internally, we encouraged the board and members to use Your Membership to create member profiles and targeted messages were sent specific member categories. We launched the SNMA’s Instagram page, showcasing our dedication to service on Founders Day and national day of service where chapters shared pictures serving underserved communities. That was great!

Lastly, I wanted to reach the membership on a more day-to-day basis so through Twitter I have constantly engaged members about what was going on in 160 characters or less. My @SNMANatlPrez account has increased in followers over 12% is getting the attention of other doctors, organizations and more members. Emphasis on marketing communications that supports our vision has increased visibility for the SNMA. The Grand Rounds Blog has provided the BOD and members with a sounding board to share more of their roles and the projects.

I am so blessed for a forward thinking vision in which the membership supported through the execution of the programs set forth this year. Hopefully, some of the strides will continue in coming years. My goal was to make the SNMA better than when I found it and I think it is a fair statement to say this goal was accomplished.

 

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Congratulations Graduating Seniors on Your Matches

Posted By Cynthia Bell, Friday, March 27, 2015

 

Match Day, the third Friday of March, has come and gone. Many SNMA members and other graduating medical students nationwide have been match to residency programs. Below are graduating seniors who have updated the YM profile to notify us of their recent match.

 

If you have NOT let us about your match, simply go into Your Membership (YM) and update your profile. The match option is near the bottom of your profile. An updated match list will be circulated following AMEC 2015.

Congratulations and we’ll see you at AMEC 2015 in New Orleans. 

SNMA Member                                 Facility

Osasumwen Asemota                       Nassau University Medical Center

Ashley S. Balentine                           USC Anesthesiology 

Bralin J. Bean                                    Belle Glade, Florida - Family Medicine 

Damian Campbell                              University of Texas at Austin Dell Children's Medical

 Child Neurology

Nejlah M. Clark                                  Newark Beth Israel (Emergency Medicine) 

Lauren Cooper                                  University of Chicago Medical Center 

Omotore F. Eruvwetere                     Anesthesiology- Ochsner Health System

Shanté Hill                                         University of South Alabama Medical Centers 

Armetria Humphrey                            Loyola Cook County- Family Medicine 

Osato I. Iyamu                                    Yale Internal Medicine Primary Care 

Nicole M. Jackson                              Boston University Medical Center - Family Medicine 

Stephanie E. Kuntz                            Orange Regional Medical Center-Middletown, NY 

Ebony M. McKinnies                          LSU SOM New Orleans- Neurology 

Alicia Morehead-Gee                         University of California San Francisco 

Rose A. Parks                                     Crozer-Keystone Health System 

Marc Parris                                        Anesthesia & Pediatrics, University of California, Irvine 

H. Westley Phillips                             Neurosurgery-New York University 

Tricia Prince M.S.                               PM&R 

Jjais Richards                                    Loyola Pediatrics Residency Program 

Topaz Sampson                                 Baylor Hospital (Houston)

Rodrick L. Stewart                             University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

 Shadyside Hospital Family Medicine   

Tulani K. Washington-Plaskett           Morehouse School of Medicine 

George S. Yankey                              Duke University Medical Center                             

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Congratulations Graduating Seniors on Your Matches

Posted By Cynthia Bell, Friday, March 27, 2015

 

Match Day, the third Friday of March, has come and gone. Many SNMA members and other graduating medical students nationwide have been match to residency programs. Below are graduating seniors who have updated the YM profile to notify us of their recent match. Congratulations and we’ll see you at AMEC 2015 in New Orleans.

SNMA Member                                 Facility

Osasumwen Asemota                       Nassau University Medical Center

Ashley S. Balentine                           USC Anesthesiology 

Bralin J. Bean                                    Belle Glade, Florida - Family Medicine 

Damian Campbell                              University of Texas at Austin Dell Children's Medical

 Child Neurology

Nejlah M. Clark                                  Newark Beth Israel (Emergency Medicine) 

Lauren Cooper                                  University of Chicago Medical Center 

Omotore F. Eruvwetere                     Anesthesiology- Ochsner Health System

Shanté Hill                                         University of South Alabama Medical Centers 

Armetria Humphrey                            Loyola Cook County- Family Medicine 

Osato I. Iyamu                                    Yale Internal Medicine Primary Care 

Nicole M. Jackson                              Boston University Medical Center - Family Medicine 

Stephanie E. Kuntz                            Orange Regional Medical Center-Middletown, NY 

Ebony M. McKinnies                          LSU SOM New Orleans- Neurology 

Alicia Morehead-Gee                         University of California San Francisco 

Rose A. Parks                                     Crozer-Keystone Health System 

Marc Parris                                        Anesthesia & Pediatrics, University of California, Irvine 

H. Westley Phillips                             Neurosurgery-New York University 

Tricia Prince M.S.                               PM&R 

Jjais Richards                                    Loyola Pediatrics Residency Program 

Topaz Sampson                                 Baylor Hospital (Houston)

Rodrick L. Stewart                             University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

 Shadyside Hospital Family Medicine   

Tulani K. Washington-Plaskett           Morehouse School of Medicine 

George S. Yankey                              Duke University Medical Center                            

 

If you have NOT let us about your match, simply go into Your Membership (YM) and update your profile. The match option is near the bottom of your profile. An updated match list will be circulated following AMEC 2015.

Look for upcoming “Grand Rounds” containing more information about member benefits, SNMA programs, alumni activities and much more. If you have an idea for “Grand Rounds,” email marketing@snma.org

              Friend us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

 

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