Saint James School of Medicine has seen hundreds of its students graduate since its founding in 1999. Its graduates are now practicing in the United States and in other countries all over the world.
Saint James School of Medicine continues to teach the skills, behavior, and values that students will need in their medical career. We are very proud of the graduates who had come through our doors, so we thought it is about time to celebrate some of the successful graduates of Saint James School of Medicine.
Jothis C. Jose, M.D.
Dr. Jose graduated from Saint James School of Medicine in 2011. He now sees patients at the Aurora Health Center in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Specializing in family medicine, he provides care to patients of all ages, from children to grandparents and everything in between!
He provides diagnosis and treatment to all types of illnesses and conditions on top of providing preventive medicine to make sure that all his patients who are healthy will stay healthy. Dr. Jose is accredited by the Illinois Academy of Family Physicians as a diabetes master clinician and is certified by the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Josefina Batista, M.D.
Dr. Batista is a pediatrician in Kankakee, Illinois. She received her doctor of medicine from Saint James School of Medicine in 2015 and completed her residency at the John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County in Chicago.
Not only does she help her patients, but she also volunteers for multiple organizations around the greater Chicago area.
Sharisse Holinej, M.D.
Dr. Holinej is a family practice physician at Navarro Regional Hospital in Corsicana, Texas. She received her medical degree in 2015 and completed her residency at Omaha’s Creighton University Medical Center.
She provides preventive care, including physical exams. As a family practice physician, Dr. Holinej also handles treating illnesses like diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease.
Ronald Pyram, M.D.
Dr. Pyram received his medical degree from Saint James School of Medicine in 2007. He now has a private practice in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Pyram specializes in endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism. As an endocrinologist, he treats disorders that affect the glands that secrete hormones. Those disorders include thyroid issues, diabetes, and metabolic problems.
Raafia Muhammad, M.D
Dr. Muhammad received her medical degree in 2009 from Saint James School of Medicine. She now practices preventive medicine at the Texas Department of State Health Services.
The Texas Department of State Health Services delivers state-operated services concerning health, including operating hospitals and health centers. Working on preventive medicine means that Dr. Muhammad is more focused on working toward reducing the chances of diseases occuring rather than treating them.
These are just five of the many outstanding graduates of Saint James School of Medicine. The school continues to educate and train doctors who are not only competent in the medical field but also committed to connecting with the patients they will be treating.
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