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02-15-2003, 07:46 PM
In SUPPPORT of Neil C.
by Derek Sampson, MD (no login)

>Are you high on some of that Eastern European crack
>or are you just plain stupid? Is your father the same
>person as your grandfather? Or is your mother and
>father siblings? I'm simply astonished at how stupid
>someone who calls himself a med student is, even if
>it is at a joke of a school.

Now this type of cut-down is DOWNRIGHT CHILDISH AND IMMATURE, and you're questioning whether he is fit to be a med student? By the way, I don't recall you specifying who you are..Are you a med student? If so, where?

>By the way, notice how nobody has come forth and >supported you?

Well, I support neil on this debate. In these times where FMG's have ENOUGH problems as it is, one does NOT need to compound the problem further by going to a school that may post potential licensure problems down the road. I agree with neil's point that given the PLETHORA of GOOD stable options out there, why would one risk it by going to a school with no published track record where SPECIFIC info is hard to come by.


>1. you claim that "an american med degree takes 8
>years...do you not understand that??? (some very rare
>exceptions can do it in 7)"

>You pathetic dude. You know full well I mean that it
>takes 4 years or LESS to get an MD after undergrad.

What neil was referring to was the COMBINATION of undergrad and med school which is 8 years total. In Europe and Latin America, the medschools there do not require a ** degree and they are 6 years long because people enroll after high school, thus they combine premed (2 yrs), and med (4 years). There is no inherent inferiority/superiority to either system, they are just different means to the same end.

Mexico is different, medical school (NOT counting premed) is 6 years long because it adds on the "internado" and the one year of social service called a "pasantilla", and you get your degree AFTER you complete those.

>You are taking 6 years AFTER undergrad to get an MD.
>Do you understand that? Its simple. You are taking 2
>FULL YEARS longer than 99% of American med students.
>Do you understand?

It seems like you are not understanding. Neil did not take the traditional pre-med route before, thus enrolling in a 6-year program at Chatles lets him take care of his pre-med req's and his medschool req's (6 yrs total) without having to go thry 2+ years of premed at home and then applying to medschool. Either way, it would be 6 years if he started from scratch anyway.

>Here's the math moron: (6 years at
>Charles after a BA degree) minus (4 years or less at
>any U.S. or Carib school after a BA degree) = 2 extra
>years for neil. Got it?

That is ASSUMING that your BA had ALL the pre-med req's in it. Not eveeybodys BA/BA was the same. If you did not do a pre-med type of BA/**, it takes an average of 2 academic years to make up the Bio/Chem/Physics/organic/math/plus the extras that one did not do as an undergrad. So there is nothing wrong with what Neil did.

>2. Your ENGLISH LANGAUGE program has little chance of
>CA approval. I don't care what you say. As they say
>in Missouri, "show me." Shut up until you have a
>letter from Pat Park's board. Any med school that
>uses a 9th grade quiz as its entrance exam has no
>chance for CA approval. Simple as that.

And St. Chris does??? GIMME A BREAK...Have you ever been through the licensure process?? I don't think so..DO you know ANYTHING about the licensure process?? I don't think so based on your posting. As someone who HAS been through the licensure process, (can I get a witness WDC, George Durst), If I were a betting man betting Dollars, I would bet $$$$ that Charles U in Czech has a MUCH better chance for CA approval than St. Chris, because older schools with many people already practicing in the US get MUCH LESS static from state medical boards than new kids on the block with ZERO track record.
Your charge is baseless. State medical boards don't make a distinction between the program for the "natives" and the programs for the americans as long as you curriculum structure is the same and it has the approval of the home government of that country, thats all that matters.

>3. You finally admit that your own entrance exam to
>Charles was a "joke." Lets face it, you couldn't hack
>the MCATs. What did you get, an 18 or something? So
>you took CUM-SEE (Charles U. Med School Entrance
>Exam). Yeah, everyone here is impressed by that exam
>and your school.

what does the entrance exam of a school have to do with anything?? First of all, since charles is taking people right out of high school into the premed program, OF COURSE the entrance exam is gonna be different then the MCAT. The average Czech taking that exam is NOT someone on the tail end of completing a ** degree (read my earlier statement about european medschools vs US medschools) so OF COURSE they are gonna be different. No need to bash people on stuff like that..that is SOOOOO childish.

>since you have difficulty comprehending, let me
>repeat: I do NOT consider you to be a real Charles
>student. GOT IT?

Why should he care. When he graduates, he will be afforded ALL the privelages of ANY charles grad as deemed by the Czech government.

>Now, go back and pretend to be a med student. Its
>getting late in Eastern Europe

And you are a med student??? if so where?? If you are than all this childish banter is conduct UNBECOMING of a med student. As a moderator, I say we ALL get back to CONSTRUCTIVE discussions about the issues pertinent to FMG's and leave this childish nonsense alone. And with that I close...PEACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Can't we aaall just get alongggggggg - Rodney King 1992

-Derek Sampson, MD

Pat you are absolutely correct. Prospective students please read
by return of Georgieporgie (no login)

With respect to the On-Campus Program IUHS boasts that they use Problem-Based Learning (PBL) techniques, to present 72 weekly simulated cases which illustrate multiple facets of basic medical science, and that using these simulated cases, the student is guided from the patient’s chief complaint into the vital, basic sciences of anatomy, pathology, histology, immunology, embryology, biochemistry, clinical signs and symptoms, and ultimately, modern treatment and modalities. The scientific focus in this program is on the mechanisms of disease. Guided learning in small group tutorials is emphasized as each student works through the 72 weekly cases. Lectures and courses in basic medical sciences are also given. This program is integrated with clinical instruction at local hospital wards.
Now doesn’t that all sound grand? You will notice that they leave out physiology and pharmacology- don’t worry this note will get them to insert it very hurriedly. The truth is there is no real structured teaching of the Basic sciences. In standard schools where things are done correctly emphasis is put on the Basic sciences because it is necessary to have an idea about the structure of the body (Gross Anatomy) and its function (Physiology) for a start. Whereas Anatomy is well taught on campus, the Physiology program is never properly presented to the students. The purpose for going to school is not only to get the schools certificate, but to get insights from the more experienced about the relative relevance of what is being taught. What is most important. How to apply it. If the material is not thus presented, how can students be expected to know. How can they know unless they have a teacher we read in Roman s 10. This is applicable in med school as well. Similarly there is no systematic teaching of Pharmacology, simply because there is no time to do this properly in the way that the weekly program is set out based on theses famous cases. You cant teach a Basic sciences program entirely around cases. The cases ought to be an adjunct to the standard presentation of the Basic sciences.

And you cant expect students who are struggling to read the majority of the Basic Sciences for them selves, to go read up simultaneously the cases they see on the wards; as should be done to make this exercise worthwhile.

Let IUHS tell the world that the Pathologist who does the autopsies at the Bassterre Hospital is basically a Spanish speaking person. The students told me after attending 1 post mortem in five months that they could not understand the gross anatomy before them on the fresh cadaver, nor could they understand anything she was saying about the gross features of the Pathology either. Nor were they subjected to views of slides made from the tissues she selected from the corpse for this purpose. IUHS can fool those who did not go to med school, but they cant fool those who actually attended. So when you read the handbook about clinical instruction, and students going to autopsies from day one and going to laboratories, take that with a pinch of salt. There is no serious proper Medical laboratory in St Kitts, Ok? And clinical instruction is only off serious value unless you come on the wards with a good understanding of the basic sciences. Oh yes you might learn some thing here and there, but the true value of going to the clinics is attained only when the student has both the time and understanding to go the texts like the saints at Berea in Acts 17, “to see if these things are so or not;” to read up the case properly. You cant do that well and read the Basic Sciences for yourself simultaneously. Trust me, the students with whom I came into contact daily were struggling. The IUHS idea is currently just that- an idea. For it to be the ideal as is practiced in Australia from whence it is copied YOU MUST HAVE THE CALIBER OF STAFF THAT THEY HAVE! Patologists, Pharmacologists, Histologists, etc. When I went to med school I was taught every discipline by a specialist in their discipline. One might argue like they say at IUHS that any graduate can teach the Basic Sciences. That may be so if he has a structured program and the time to prepare and develop the program. At IUHS you are trying to teach part of the Physiology of the lung one week, and the next week you are assigned the biochemistry of cystic fibrosis. Doubt me? Can show you the schedules. IUHS collects the dough, and the students are struggling.


Posted on Oct 9, 2002, 7:57 AM
from IP address 200.50.134.111

Pat you are absolutely correct part b - for prospective students
by Georgie Porgie (no login)

CAVEAT EMPTOR let the prospective IUHS student beware

IUHS preaches in its handbook “During the pre-clinical phase, the traditional didactic approach to teaching basic medical sciences has been rejected in favor of a more practical and stimulating curriculum aimed at serving the needs of future clinicians. Emphasis is placed on recognition of the disease process, definitive and differential diagnoses including diagnostic modalities, and currently accepted treatment strategies. The future physician's cognitive abilities are thus challenged and developed from the very start of medical studies. Following successful completion of this phase 1 program, the student will proceed to conventional rotations (Phase 2 of the IUHS program) in clinical facilities.”
The paragraph above from IUHS’ handbook is essentially bovine excrement of poor quality to those who can understand or know about medical education or went to medical school, because the traditional didactic approach to teaching basic medical sciences is employed at IUHS on campus. There isn’t anything special or esoteric going on, except that it is more poorly done than it is done at proper medical school. IUHS keeps a lot of noise on their website about PBL. For example ………… “Emphasis is placed on recognition of the disease process, definitive and differential diagnoses including diagnostic modalities, and currently accepted treatment strategies. …..” What on earth does that have to do with Basic Sciences? You have to have a proper grasp of Basic Sciences to do this properly.
How can a teacher properly present the truths about Ovarian tumors in one hour? Or the Pathology of the diseases of the pancreas properly in one hour? Or the histology and Pathology of the whole endocrine system in one hour? Wanna see the weekly 12 hour schedules. It is not fair to students. It looks and sounds good on paper and on a web site. But when you have been to a top notch med school, or have been in medicine and around the teaching of medical students for 30 years, you know when people are being ripped off. If you go to the race tracks and see a jackass entered in a horse race, even if it is Balaam’s house or the one that Jesus rode on at the triumphal entry to Jerusalem, you know that the jackass will be beaten.
Future physician's cognitive abilities can only be challenged and developed properly when the Basic Sciences are presented in such a way that the student has material to put into his cognitive apparatus. A lot has been said about using techniques developed at UNSW. Look at their website and see the QUANTITY AND QUALITY of their staff. Do you see any disbarred DO’s there, being the teacher of all the Basic Sciences and Clinical coordinator? Even the Lord Jesus had 12 disciples and he was God. You expect IUHS to really doing it in the elp with Professor Fallatio or Prof Gay Jailbird all by himself?

Now you understand why his behavior is inappropriate. He does not know what he is doing. This is not performing fellation on inmates in prison.


IUHS says that their Pre clinical program is a “ more practical and stimulating curriculum aimed at serving the needs of future clinicians”. More practical and stimulating than what? How?

I would rather be a door keeper in the house of the Lord than to dwell in the tents of the ungodly.


Posted on Oct 9, 2002, 12:13 PM
from IP address 200.50.134.123

Many SPARTAN MEDICAL SCHOOL graduates have outstanding postion at US Medical schools
by jay (no login)

JOHN F. ARUFFO, M.D. - ARKANSAS
GENERAL AND PEDIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
ASSOCIATE PROFFESOR OF PSYCHIATRY
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS MEDICAL CENTER
RESIDENCY: (ADULT PSYCHIATRY) BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, TX
FELLOWSHIP: (CHILD PSYCHIATRY) BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, TX


STEVEN ANNAMALAI, M.D., DABIM - WISCONSIN
INTERNAL MEDICINE
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN AT BEAVER DAM INTERNAL MEDICINE
UNDERGRADUATE: TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
M.D.: SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I.
RESIDENCY: SINAI SAMARITAN MEDICAL CENTER, MILWAUKEE, WI
(UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE)
AND ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL, MISSOURI
BOARD CERTIFICATION: INTERNAL MEDICINE


KEVIN BERNSTEIN, M.D. - NEVADA
GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
ASSOCIATE MEDICAL DIRECTOR, GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY, NEVADA
M.D.: SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I. (1992)
INTERNSHIP: (INTERNAL MEDICINE) UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
RESIDENCY: (PSYCHIATRY) UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, RENO, NEVADA
HONORS: 1998, RESIDENT TEACHER OF THE YEAR
1999, CHIEF RESIDENT
2000, NEVADA STATE RESIDENT OF THE YEAR
2001, AMERICAN PSYCHIATRY ASSOCIATION NEVADA STATE RESIDENT OF THE YEAR


HARPREET ****, M.D. - WASHINGTON
INTERNAL MEDICINE - GASTROENTERLOGY
MEMORIAL CLINIC, OLYMPIA, WA
RESIDENCY: (MEDICINE) UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
FELLOWSHIP: (GASTROENTEROLOGY) UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
BOARD CERTIFICATION: INTERNAL MEDICINE


ANNE BRUCKER, M.D. - MONTANA
INTERNAL MEDICINE
HOLY ROSARY HEALTHCARE MEDICAL ARTS CENTER, MILES CITY, MT
RESIDENCY: UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN (MARSHFIELD CLINIC/ ST. ******'S HOSPITAL)


JOSE A. COLINDES, M.D., FACP - FLORIDA
NEONATOLOGY
NHC HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS, NAPLES, FL
M.D.: SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I. (1983)
INTERNSHIP: KINGS COUNTY HOSPITAL CENTER, NEW YORK, NY (1985)
RESIDENCY: (PEDIATRICS) SUNY-KINGS COUNTY HOSPITAL CENTER, NY (1985-87)
FELLOWSHIP: (NEONATOLOGY) SUNY-KINGS COUNTY HOSPITAL CENTER, NY (1988-89)
BOARD CERTIFICATIONS: PEDIATRICS, NEONATAL/PERINATAL MEDICINE


JAMES *******, M.D., DABFP - GEORGIA
FAMILY MEDICINE
FLOYD MEDICAL CENTER, ROME, GA
UNDERGRADUATE: B.S. PSYCHOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, ATHENS, GA
B.S. PHARMACY, UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA SCHOOL OF PHARMACY
M.D.: SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I.
RESIDENCY: FLOYD MEDICAL CENTER FAMILY PRACTICE RESIDENCY CENTER, ROME, GA
BOARD CERTIFICATION: AMERICAN BOARD OF FAMILY PRACTICE


CHAUDHURY DHANA KOTESWARA DAVULURI, M.D. - OKLAHOMA
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
PRIVATE PRACTICE, ADA, OKLAHOMA
M.D. (1985): SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I.
RESIDENCY (1991): STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, SYRACUSE, NY
CHIEF RESIDENT (1991)




ROBERT M. DODENHOFF, M.D. - CONNECTICUT
INTERNAL MEDICINE
ATTENDING PHYSICIAN AT NEW BRITAIN GENERAL HOSPITAL
CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT SOM






JERRY R. FLOYD, M.D., FAAFP - TENNESSEE
FAMILY PRACTICE
PRIVATE PRACTICE, 1027 WHITNEY AVENUE, MEMPHIS, TN 38128


JOSEPHINE FOWLER, M.D., M.S. - MASSACHUSSETTS
FAMILY MEDICINE-OBSTETRICS
CLINICAL PROFESSOR, BOSTON MEDICAL CENTER, BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
M.D.: SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I.
RESIDENCY: MEDICAL COLLEGE OF VIRGINIA-BLACKSTONE FAMILY PRACTICE
FELLOWSHIP: (MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH, HIGH RISK OBSTETRICS) BROWN UNIVERSITY, RI


MICHAEL G. GOATES, M.D., DABP - UTAH
PSYCHIATRY
NEW HAVEN SCHOOL, UTAH
PROGRAM DIRECTOR, SOUTHERN UTAH PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION
BOARD CERTIFICATION: PSYCHIATRY


STAN HEADLEY, M.D., N.D. - FLORIDA
NATURAL AND BOTANICAL MEDICINE
ALLMED CARE TEAM, SARASOTA, FLORIDA


NAN-SHING HSU, M.D., M.T.E.S.,A.S.F.P.- NEW YORK
FAMILY MEDICINE
NORFOLK COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF CANTON-POSTDAM HOSPITAL, NY
RESIDENCY: MID-HUDSON FAMILY PRACTICE, POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK
B.S.: GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
MD- SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, WI
MEMBER: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF FAMILY PRACTICEIV


ARTHUR KENNEDY, M.D. - SOUTH CAROLINA
FAMILY MEDICINE
CEO, FAMILY HEALTH CENTERS, INC., ORANGEBURG, SC
B.S. MICROBIOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
M.D., (1991) SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA
DIPLOMATE: AMERICAN BOARD FAMILY PRACTICE, AMERICAN BOARD OF QUALITY ASSURANCE


DONALD KIM, M.D., DABIM - OKLAHOMA
INTERNAL MEDICINE
OKLAHOMA CITY CLINIC, MIDWEST CITY CLINIC, OK
RESIDENCY: UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER
MD - SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, WI
BOARD CERTIFIED: INTERNAL MEDICINE


RALPH LOCHER, M.D., FAAP - WISCONSIN
PEDIATRICS
RICE MEDICAL CENTER, WI
RESIDENCY: MARSHFIELD CLINIC AND ST. ******'S HOSPITAL, WI
BOARD CERTIFICATION: PEDIATRICS


AJAY A. MADHANI, M.D., ABIM - ILLINOIS
INTERNAL MEDICINE
CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT OF INTERAL MEDICINE, HOLY FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER, DES PLAINES, IL
CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, FINCH UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES,
CHICAGO MEDICAL SCHOOL PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAM, CHICAGO, IL
B.S. PHYSIOLOGY, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY AT CARBONDALE
INTERNSHIP: ILLINOIS MASONIC HOSPITAL
RESIDENCY: LUTHERAN GENERAL HOSPITAL, PARK RIDEGE, IL(UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO)




TONY MARDINI, M.D., - TENNESSEE
SUMMIT MEDICAL GROUP AT CONCORD MEDICAL CENTER
B.S. BIOMEDICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE AT KNOXVILLE
MD: SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, WI
RESIDENCY: UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE MEDICAL CENTER




RODOTHEA MILATOU, M.D., M.P.H. - GEORGIA
OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE
DIRECTOR AT BIO SHIELD TECHNOLOGIES, NORCROSS, GA
MEDICAL DIRECTOR FOR HEALTH SOUTH IN ATLANTA, GA
M.D.: SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I. (1986)
RESIDENCY: (OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE) UNIVERSITY OF UTAH ROCKY MOUNTAIN CENTER (1991)
M.P.H.: MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN
HONORS: RESEARCHER IN OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND TOXICOLOGY,
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF WORKING LIFE, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN.


BEATRICE G. PARKER, M.D., M.S., DABP, DABN - VIRGINIA
NEUROLOGY AND GENERAL/GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
MEDICAL DIRECTOR, DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS AT THE JENNINGS COMMUNITY BASED CLINIC
RESIDENCY: MEDICAL COLLEGE OF VIRGINIA
FELLOWSHIP: GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
BOARD CERTIFICATION: PSYCHIATRY/NEUROLOGY


SUNIL R. RANGWANI, M.D., DABAM, DABFE, DABFM - MICHIGAN
PSYCHIATRY AND GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
FAMILY HEALTH PSYCHIATRIC & COUNSELING CENTER, PC, ALMA, MI
M.D. (1985): SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I.
RESIDENCY: UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-CREIGHTON, OMAHA, NEBRASKA
FELLOWSHIP: UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MEDICAL CENTER, OMAHA, NEBRASKA
FELLOW: AMERICAN BOARD OF ADDICTION MEDICINE
AMERICAN BOARD OF FORENSIC EXAMINER
AMERICAN BOARD OF FORENSIC MEDICINE


JOHN R. ROBINSON, M.D., DABIM - PENNSYLVANIA
ONCOLOGY/HEMATOLOGY
BRUNO FERRARI FAMILY CANCER CENTER, LATROBE, PA
M.D.: SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I.
RESIDENCY: GEORGE WASHINGTON UNVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, D.C.
FELLOWSHIP: BROWN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, RI
BOARD CERTIFICATION: INTERNAL MEDICINE






DONALD B. SCHACK, JR., M.D., - FLORIDA
FAMILY MEDICINE
MEDICAL CENTERS OF NORTH FLORIDA, PENSACOLA, FL






RONALD SCHUBERT, M.D. - WASHINGTON
FAMILY PRACTICE
WESTGATE MULTICARE CLINIC, TACOMA, WA
RESIDENCY: MEDICAL CENTER OF BEAVER, PA


RONALD SCHWARTZ, M.D., DABIM - CONNECTICUT
INTERNAL MEDICINE AND GERIATRICS
MIDSTATE MEDICAL CENTER 97 BARNES RD. WALLINGFORD, CT 06492
ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
M.D. (1984): SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I.
UNDERGRADUATE: (1980): ADELPHI UNIVERSITY, NY
RESIDENCY: (1985-1988) ST. BARNABAS HOSPITAL, NY
FELLOWSHIP (1989-1991): PHILADELPHIA GERIATRIC CENTER, PA
BOARD CERTIFICATIONS: INTERNAL MEDICINE (1993)
GERIATRIC MEDICINE (1996)


JOEL SELTZER, M.D. - NEW MEXICO
FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY
ASSISTANT PROFFESOR, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY, UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
MEDICAL DIRECTOR, PSYCHIATRIC UNIT, BERNADILLO COUNTY DETENTION CENTER, NEW MEXICO
RESIDENCY: (PSYCHIATRY) UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
FELLOWSHIP: (FORESIC PSYCHIATRY) UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE


JALIL SHOJAEI, M.D., FAAN - WEST VIRGINIA
NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY
PLEASANT VALLEY HOSPITAL, POINT PLEASANT, WV
M.D.: (1988) SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I.
RESIDENCY: (NEUROLOGY) MEDICAL COLLEGE OF PENNSYLVANIA, PHILADELPHIA, PA
(PSYCHIATRY) NORRISTOWN STATE HOSPITAL, PHILADELPHIA, PA
FELLOW: AMERICAN ACADEMY OF NEUROLOGY


RICHARD E. STANFORD, M.D. - OKLAHOMA
PEDIATRICS
CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR, DEPARTMENT OF PEDIATRICS, UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
RESIDENCY: UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE


MARY B. STEGMAN, M.D. - FLORIDA
PAIN MANAGEMENT AND PALLIATIVE MEDICINE, HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY
MEDICAL DIRECTOR, THE CYPRESS PAIN MANAGEMENT & PALLIATIVE MEDICINE CLINIC, FORT MYERS, FL
B.S.N. : UNIVERSITY OF INDIANDA
M.D.: SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I.
RESIDENCY: MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, RHODE ISLAND
FELLOWSHIP: (HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY) BROWN UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS, PROVIDENCE, RI
HONORS: ORIGINATED BANHURT (solution for the treatment of chemotherapy and radiotherapy induced mucositis)
and DEVELOPED NOHURT (treatment of decubitus ulcers).


JONAH O. UKIWE, M.D. - OHIO
INTERNAL MEDICINE-NEPHROLOGY
LIMA INTERNAL MEDICINE & NEPHROLOGY, LIMA, OHIO


HOWARD J. WALDMAN, M.D., D.O., DABPMR - KANSAS
PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
OLATE HEALTH SYSTEM, INC. REHABILITATION PHYSICIANS & ASSOCIATES, LEAWOOD, KS
D.O. (1975): UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE, KANSAS CITY, MO
INTERNSHIP (1981): MAYO GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, ROCHESTER, MN
M.D. (1982): SHSU, VIEUX FORT, ST. LUCIA, W.I.
RESIDENCY (1985): UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MEDICAL CENTER, KANSAS CITY, KS
FELLOW: AMERICAN BOARD OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION

Posted on Dec 17, 2002, 9:27 PM
from IP address 216.154.2.66

Saba get Calf. approval...Congrats
by Tony (Login Marianella)

Pat Parks says that saba has the approval. I would not have believed this, but this is what I have been told.

Posted on Feb 12, 2003, 6:43 PM
from IP address 172.153.236.198

SABA approved for "site visit"
by Saba Admin (Login sabamed)
muamed

Just for clarification, SABA has ONLY been approved for a site visit by California. Results of the site visit will determine whether SABA is approved by California for clinicals/residency/licensure.

Posted on Feb 13, 2003, 7:03 AM
from IP address 141.154.15.146







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