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MSU medical students become rural health scholars

Medical students from both the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and College of Osteopathic Medicine were honored as Rural Health Scholars at this month’s annual Michigan Rural Health Conference in Mt. Pleasant.

“I was born and raised in the Upper Peninsula and experienced many long trips to physicians’ offices for my mother's specialty medical care,” said Tarajo Reinhart, a College of Human Medicine student. “I understand the obstacles primary care doctors face practicing in a rural area, from large patient loads to limited specialty resources and sometimes long travel between clinics and hospitals. I hope to practice in a health professional shortage area after residency.”


Congratulations Spartan MDs

Siblings Andrew and Emily Brooks were hooded by their mother, Patricia Brooks, MD (CHM '85) at Commencement. They are among 205 medical students who graduated this Mother's Day weekend. Congratulations to all!


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