Dr. Ndakor Takem, MD

Dr. Ndakor Takem, MD: Thrilled to embark on a transformative journey in Psychiatry at ECU Health Medical Center in North Carolina. With a passion for mental health, I am eager to contribute to innovative treatment strategies and provide compassionate care to individuals seeking support. The opportunity to learn from esteemed mentors and collaborate with a diverse team of professionals excites me as I strive to make a positive impact on the well-being of our community.

Dr. Kirsten Mooney, MD

Dr. Kirsten Mooney, MD: It’s an honor to begin my residency in Family Medicine at Western University in Canada. With a dedication to comprehensive patient care, I’m excited to cultivate my skills in preventive medicine and health promotion. Collaborating with fellow residents and experienced faculty, I aim to deliver personalized care that addresses the unique needs of each patient. The emphasis on community health aligns perfectly with my goal of making a lasting difference in the lives of individuals and families.

Dr. John Delgado, MD

Dr. John Delgado, MD: Starting my journey in Family Medicine at Rapides Regional Medical Center in Los Angeles is a dream come true. I look forward to applying my passion for holistic care and health education to positively impact the diverse communities we serve. Through patient-centered approaches and collaboration with colleagues, I am committed to advancing wellness and addressing healthcare disparities. The opportunity to engage with patients of all ages and backgrounds is both humbling and inspiring.

Dr. Abdul Rehman Haq, MD

Dr. Abdul Rehman Haq, MD: Joining the Family Medicine program at Southern Illinois University in Illinois is a pivotal step toward my goal of promoting accessible and compassionate healthcare. With a focus on preventive care and building strong patient relationships, I am enthusiastic about learning from experienced practitioners and contributing to the well-being of individuals and families. Embracing diversity and cultural sensitivity, I’m excited to serve as a bridge between medical knowledge and community needs.

Dr. Nivin Ezzat Hanna Salib, MD

Dr. Nivin Ezzat Hanna Salib, MD: As I commence my Internal Medicine residency at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital in Los Angeles, I’m eager to delve into the complexities of adult healthcare. With a commitment to evidence-based practice and continuous learning, I’m excited to collaborate with a dynamic medical team and offer comprehensive care to a diverse patient population. Guided by a patient-centric philosophy, I look forward to honing my diagnostic and treatment skills while ensuring patients receive the highest quality of medical attention.

Jahnavi Gurramkonda

I am delighted to share the exciting news that I, Jahnavi Gurramkonda, a graduate student of CCU, have been honored with a remarkable opportunity. I have been selected for a prestigious fellowship in the esteemed neurosurgery department at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

This incredible achievement signifies not only my personal dedication and academic journey but also underscores the excellence of education and research preparation offered at CCU. I am deeply grateful for the chance to contribute to cutting-edge research in neurosurgery and to learn from some of the finest minds in the field at the University of Michigan.

Also, I am humbled to share that I will be sponsored for an H1B visa, which will allow me to pursue this invaluable experience. I look forward to this transformative journey and am eager to make the most of this extraordinary opportunity.

Clarification on CCUSOM Programs

We wish to inform you that CCUSOM has no partner campuses, split programs in India, or offline premed centers. Our programs are exclusively completed within the university in Belize. Any rumors circulating in India about such arrangements are untrue. Trust only official communications for accurate information.