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Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine educates aspiring physicians and scientists to serve society using a community-based, patient-centered, interprofessional and evidence-based model of education that is committed to inclusion, promotes discovery and utilizes innovative techniques.
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Impact the future of our community’s health by supporting the best and brightest minds in medicine today.
What's happening on campus?
The 2020 Steamtown Health Fair will go on - virtually. According to student planners, gift bags filled with educational resources and other "goodies" from local health and wellness businesses which will be handed out by participating organizations. Bags will be distributed from Tuesday, Oct. 13 through Saturday, Oct. 17 while supplies last.
Please check geisinger.edu/gcsomhealthfair for updates on where to pick up a bag.
"While not our typical health fair format, this will still be a fun, free way to learn about health, wellness and the resources that are available to you in the community," said ___
In addition, instead of the health fair's gift basket raffle, GCSOM students have chosen to help promote donations to several local organizations. If you would like to donate to any of these organizations, you may do so by following the links listed below:
Meals on Wheels of NEPA - You can also text "meals" to 64600
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Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (GCSOM) students, Kara Romanowski and Jordan Wolfheimer, both members of the MD Class of 2023 will present at the National Residency Matching Program's (NRMP) virtual meeting, "Transition to Residency," being held Oct. 16-17. The students will present a session entitled, "Student Satisfaction with a Career Coaching Model in Undergraduate Medical Education."