(Boynton Beach, FL--) Bethesda Health hosted its 3rd Annual Medical Student Poster Competition on May 17, 2016 at Bethesda Hospital East in the General Medical Education Center.
This year’s winners are all third year medical students at Nova Southeastern University. The winners are: Terry Parsons (first place), Allison Fraum (second place) and David McEnerney (third place).
Bethesda Health and Nova Southeastern University faculty judged the competition. The judges were: Joshua Bailin, M.D., Bethesda Medical Director of Quality; Berry Pierre, D.O., Bethesda Health Physician Group; Cyril Blavo, D.O., Director of Public Health and former Dean NSU-COM Medical School and Rogerio Faillace, M.D., NSU Professor and Pediatrician/Researcher.
The medical students will complete their training next year and start residency in the specialty of their choice while simultaneously continuing their research and staying active in the community.
About Bethesda Health, Inc.
Bethesda Health is comprised of two not-for-profit hospitals, Bethesda Hospital East and Bethesda Hospital West, which are supported by the generosity of philanthropic community members through the Bethesda Hospital Foundation. With community support, we have grown to 670 physicians and more than 2,500 employees. Bethesda Health includes Bethesda Health Physician Group, Bethesda Heart Hospital, Bethesda Orthopaedics Institute, Cornell Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine, the Center for Women and Children, which includes Level III neonatal intensive care and pediatric intensive care, the Bethesda College of Health Sciences and accredited centers for Stroke, Chest Pain and Heart Failure. Finally, Bethesda has been honored to be one of three hospitals in Palm Beach County to partner with Florida Atlantic University’s Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine Graduate Medical Education program. Bethesda currently has 72 residents in Internal Medicine and will add Surgical and Emergency Medicine residencies in July 2016. Bethesda looks forward to adding Surgical, Obstetrical and Emergency Medicine residents this summer. Visit BethesdaWeb.com.