St. George’s University, the first private Caribbean medical school, has over 18,000 graduates in medicine, veterinary medicine, public health, and other professions and disciplines who follow the SGU philosophy of global education and apply their education at home and abroad. Here’s one of the events commenced in March 2018 to give you a glimpse of what it’s like to get a degree at St. George’s University:
Match Day 2018 has long been circled on the calendars of St. George’s University School of Medicine graduates. On Friday, the wait was over, and the celebration commenced.
Hundreds of SGU grads matched into highly competitive programs across the country, including in such fields as diagnostic radiology, anesthesiology, neurology, surgery, emergency medicine, and pediatrics, among others.
Dr. G. Richard Olds, President of St. George’s University, toasted the more than 150 newly matched residents who convened at SGU’s annual Match Day Luncheon in New York City. Among them were Phoebe and Tommy Martin, MD SGU ’18, who will begin their residency at the University of Arkansas in Little Rock this summer. The two met as students in Grenada and were thrilled to match into their top-choice program through the couples match.
“It’s a dream come true to go to such an incredible hospital facility, and to be able to go there together,” Tommy Martin said. “We’re ecstatic. We could not be happier.”
Pauline Nguyen, MD SGU ’18, was with her boyfriend and his father when news arrived that she had secured an OB/GYN residency at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in New Jersey.
“Once I saw OB/GYN, I was speechless,” she said. “It was the most incredible moment of my life.”
As they begin residency this summer, the 2018 class will join the more than 15,000 physician graduates of SGU, who have gone on to practice in all 50 US states, as well as around the world. Look for complete coverage of Match Day 2018 on the SGU website and across all of SGU’s social media channels.
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This article was first published in the website of St. George’s University.