RUSM In The News
Hundreds of Ross University School of Medicine graduates started residency training in July 2014. In the meantime, many of our graduates who are already deep in their training have earned the distinction of being named chief residents for the 2013-2014 year.
Whether treating patients at San Jose’ Clinic (SJC) in Houston, Texas or providing clean water to families in Kenya, 2005 Ross University School of Medicine alumna Sherri Onyiego, MD, PhD, is committed to helping those with limited resources lead a healthier lifestyle.
Dr. Jaime Martinez (RUSM ‘09) is the newest physician serving patients in the Charleston, SC area. He recently moved to Charleston with his wife, Nicole Jones-Martinez, who is a psychiatrist.
The goal of the sponsorship is to increase awareness of good practices in promoting health. During designated games, Ross alumni physicians will lead activities in areas such as germ prevention, healthy eating, and musculoskeletal health for seniors.
Solo practitioner and visiting physician, Dr. Cleopatra Gordon-Pusey, has achieved much success, but she has had many obstacles to overcome along the way.
Vanessa Doyle was a practicing nurse in her native Canada, but what she really wanted was to become a doctor—it was a lifelong dream. Doyle hoped that her nursing training would make her a strong candidate for entry into a Canadian medical school.
To bring about real change in patient lifestyles, physicians need to provide them with more than just a diagnosis, according to Ross School of Medicine alumna Audra Ford, MD ’05. They have to establish a relationship and start communicating.