Attending medical school in Israel

Attending medical school in Israel

BL-03-L-BGU_campus1-(002)-3Dr. Gabriel Farkas, a graduate of Ben-Gurion University’s Medical School for International Health and Yeshiva University, spoke to students at Stern College for Women about going to medical school in Israel and transitioning to practice in the United States. Dr. Farkas is an anesthesiology resident at New York Medical College in Westchester. Beth Chesir, MSIH’s admissions coordinator, and Kelly Coleman, a recruitment coordinator, were also there. Yeshiva will host another information session on March 20.

MSIH, one of Ben-Gurion University’s two medical schools, is on the university’s Beer Sheva campus. It is an English language North-American style medical school that incorporates global health coursework into all four years of study.

For information on information session or about attending medical school in Israel, email or or call the MSIH office at (212) 995-1231.

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