RESIDENT SPOTLIGHT: Afsha Rais, MD, PGY-3

UAMS- SW Family Medicine Residency Program recently did a spotlight on one of our very own graduates, Afsha Rais! RESIDENT SPOTLIGHT: Afsha Rais, MD, PGY-3 Dr. Rais is a graduate of Southern Methodist University and received her medical degree from Saint James School of Medicine in 2016. During her clinical training in Chicago, Dr. Rais […]

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Todays Match. Tomorrows future.

Here come the MATCHES! We would like to congratulate our 2018 Matches on their success and wish them good luck as they open the door to the world of medicine.   With the educational advantages that Saint James School of medicine provides, the challenges of Medical School and the competitive nature of the field, we […]

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It’s a Match for IMGs!

Opportunities are better than ever for international medical graduates looking to enter a U.S. residency training program. That’s the exciting news from the 2018 Match Day. Falling this year on Friday, March 16, Match Day is the appointed time when medical school graduates, hearts pounding, finally learn which residency programs they’ve been ‘matched’ to. This […]

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Residency Application Time is Here!

Residency slots around the United States are typically filled through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP), also known as the Match. All graduates and fourth year students who have completed at least 60 weeks of rotations (including AICM) before July 1, 2016 can apply. This recommendation is to ensure students will be able to complete the remaining rotations, […]

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Saint James Announces Its 2015 Residency Matches

The Saint James School of Medicine celebrated its senior students’ residency matches this past Friday, March 20, with more than 45 future medical practitioners being placed across North America. As a process of gradual medical training, residencies allow students to receive in-depth training within their desired branch of medicine to complement their medical school education. […]

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