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Dr. Apoorva Jayarangaiah Trinity School of Medicine Alumni Spotlight

Trinity Alumni Spotlight

Trinity School of Medicine has always prided itself on the strength and ambition of its students. So many of our future physicians come our way looking for something new; whether that's a unique learning environment built on support and a strong relationship with the faculty, a curriculum with an emphasis on clinical skills and service to patients, or just a fresh start. 

In this next edition of our alumni spotlight, meet Dr. Apoorva Jayarangaiah, a hospitalist at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina.

Dr. Jayarangaiah has just finished her internal medicine residency at the Marshfield Clinic in Wisconsin where she served her final year as chief resident—an ongoing trend with Trinity graduates. While her next step at Wake Forest will be working as a hospitalist, her long term goals are on specializing in hematology-oncology. 

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Yes, you should consider an accredited Caribbean medical school

 



Your Mission, Our Purpose

Trinity School of Medicine students are inspired by science and committed to service. A common characteristic among Trinity students is the altruistic desire to bring healthcare to communities in need.  Trinity SOM is happy to harness and nurture that trait to drive quality learning and provide greater global access to care. Our students researched the other Caribbean medical schools and ultimately chose Trinity for its collaborative environment, personal approach to education and the success of our graduates in earning competitive residency placements.

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Studying abroad in St. Vincent for the first half of the MD program affords our students the opportunity to do, see, and learn in settings they wouldn't have access to elsewhere. Coupled with two years of clinical training in U.S. hospitals, our students graduate as compassionate physicians with the knowledge and skills to compete for their Residency of choice.

Our Vision is Straight Forward

To educate physicians to meet the primary care and healthcare needs of the communities they serve. Our graduates are in a position to improve access to quality healthcare and enhance the health status of current and future healthcare systems.

 

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