Why Choose a Post Baccalaureate Pre-Med Program?

A post-baccalaureate premedical program, or "post-bacc" program, is a great option for students who are interested in attending medical school and have taken off a year or two in between their undergraduate programs and professional school. Post-baccalaureate programs are specifically designed to help students transition from undergrad to professional school, as well as increase t
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Affordable Medical Degree MD Programs In Europe

In today’s world, many students wish to become doctors. After high school, they begin looking for the best and the most affordable place to study medicine. Selecting the best medical school or medical university can be a very difficult task. If you are one of the students looking for affordable, international medical school options, Poland should be at the top of your list. Polish medical stu
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Medical University of Lublin Student Becomes International Regional 2 Director of American Medical Student Association

Carlos Quinonez, third year medical student at the Medical University of Lublin, will begin serving his term as International Regional 2 Director of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA) on May 1, 2016. Quinonez was elected for the position during the AMSA National Convention, which took place this year in Washington D.C. The position of Regional Director is one of the most vital in N
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Tips for Being Successful after Medical School

The world of health care changes every day. Here at Hope Medical Institute, we know that the physician's role in the health care system continually changes as well. Whether you are enrolled in our 4 year MD program or six year medical degree program, HMI will prepare you to take on new challenges without forsaking the medica
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What are the Non clinical options available for an MD?

At Hope Medical Institute, we pride ourselves on the care we have put into designing our 4-year and 6-year medical degree programs. We believe that the education provided by these programs will help to prepare our students for their future careers as doctors. Many students come to us sure that they would like to help h
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On February 9th 2015, Resident of the Year at Grady Memorial Hospital visits the University of Lublin

HMI is pleased to provide University of Lublin students with the opportunity to attend a lecture by Dr. Rohan Mankikar, a well-respected HMI alumnus. Dr. Mankikar has received multiple awards including Resident of the Year at Morehouse School Of Medicine/Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, GA where he serves as chief resident. In June of 2014, Dr. Mankikar was awarded the Arnold P. Gold Humanism H
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Excerpts from speech by the Dean of the Medical University of Lublin on awarding our CEO, Mr. Mahendra M. Patel, an honorary doctorate

Traditionally, The Medical University of Lublin has awarded prestigious honorary doctorates to scientists, educators, and professors for pioneering work in general science as well as the medical sciences. Today, because of globalization, innovators in many areas have moved the entire human race forward, making life more comfortable for their fellow human beings. We believe contributions made by s
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Annual Graduation Ceremony on May 10, 2014

Hope Medical Institute’s Annual Graduation Ceremony will be held this year on May 10, 2014 at the beautiful Renaissance Hotel in Portsmouth, Virginia overlooking the Chesapeake Bay. Graduates and guests should RSVP by calling the HMI office at 757-873-3333. Many distinguished guest and speakers will be in attendance. Read more

Solving the Shortage in Primary Care Physicians

By CATHERINE RAMPELL New York Times Published: December 14, 2013 Again and again, we hear that the country has too few doctors, particularly for primary care. And Obamacare is supposed to make the shortage much worse in the coming years as more Americans become insured and try to shoehorn themselves into already crowded medical offices. But why, exactly, are doctors in such short supply?
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Where Have All the Primary Care Doctors Gone?

More and more, my family and friends are asking for my help in finding a primary care doctor. That they would be having trouble finding one doesn’t surprise me. We’ve all been reading warnings about an impending doctor shortage for several years now. What is alarming to me is that there are no sure-fire solutions in place that will bail us all out in time. Read more

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