Journal publication requirement, an edge to medical residency program

Before joining Baylor Scott & White Health, Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas resident Philip Edmundson, MD, had limited exposure to the world of research. “I was a philosophy major in undergrad, so I didn’t do any research as an undergraduate,” said Dr. Edmundson, a third-year post-graduate resident from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical … Continue reading Journal publication requirement, an edge to medical residency program

Deafness doesn’t stop medical student from pursuing dream

Grace Lassiter, a third-year medical student at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, removes her hearing aids before listening to a patient’s heartbeat through a stethoscope. “My older patients often would see them and mention they were thinking of getting a pair,” she laughed. Grace aims to join a very small number of … Continue reading Deafness doesn’t stop medical student from pursuing dream

Army medics gain valuable civilian training through Scott & White EMS ride alongs

Out on the battlefield, Army medics are faced with life-threatening injuries and extreme trauma situations, but when they encounter a civilian with a minor illness, they might not have the training to help. But thanks to Scott & White EMS, Fort Hood medics are now getting the opportunity to train for these everyday ailments. “They … Continue reading Army medics gain valuable civilian training through Scott & White EMS ride alongs