WHY I WEAR THE WHITE COAT

If you ask our students or alumni, the reason why they wear a white coat you might discover a deeper more intimate insight into what drives our students and alumni to answer the call...

 

Ross University School of Medicine Difference
Alumni

16,200+ alumni network, 40% practicing in areas of need. 

Residency

96% first-time residency attainment rate for 2021-2022 graduates.*
*Data as of August 2022

USMLE

90.9% USMLE Step 1 First-time pass rate in 2020.

 

HEAR FROM OUR STUDENTS ON WHY THEY WEAR THE WHITE COAT


 


This Is Why We Wear the White Coat.

Why Do You Want to Wear Yours?

 

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Historically, the white coat has served as a symbol of physicians for over 100 years, with patients seeing the white coat as a symbol for compassion, caring and hope. These symbols of hope can be found among our students and alumni that have chosen the medical profession as their calling.

Ross University School of Medicine not only prepares students by providing them both medical and clinical tools necessary to become successful doctors. But also, and equally as important, we help students develop soft skills and bedside manner to build trust that they must earn from their patients.

 

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