New York, NY — Student Doctor Network (SDSN) is launching in New England this summer, and will be the largest network of student doctors and medical school instructors.
According to the announcement, SDSN will include a variety of new partners that will include a national network of more than 20,000 faculty, medical students, medical providers, and other partners to bring the best of the best to students, faculty, and health care professionals around the world.
The network will launch in late June, according to a press release from the network.
“I am excited to launch SDSL as an international network of physician and medical education providers, students, and students’ families,” said SDSS founder and president Dr. David Geller.
Dr. David Krieger, a clinical associate professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, is also a co-founder and executive director of SDSNS.
He said the network will bring together health care providers from across the country to collaborate on teaching and training of medical students and their peers.
SDSNs partnership with Hospital Medical Group, a leader in patient education and training, is an example of how the network is looking to work with the largest health care provider in the world to offer the best possible education for its students and students of all ages.
“Hospital medical group’s dedication to educating its students is one of our most important values,” said Dr. Geller, adding that the network also has strong ties to the medical community.
HMC is the largest provider of medical education and residency programs in the United States.
Krieger said SNSN’s partnership with Hospital Medical Group is an important opportunity to collaborate with the provider to provide training and support to all students in a collaborative fashion.
As part of the partnership, SNSNs partners will be able to offer educational materials, access to training videos, and access to medical facilities and resources, according to the press release.
At a press conference on March 28, the network announced that SDSNs partner hospital medical group would provide training to students and teachers in the network, which is the only network of students to offer training programs.
On March 31, the press conference was moved to a special event, which was attended by hundreds of students and faculty members from schools and universities across the nation.
In the coming months, the SDSn network will be launching an online platform where SDS students can share their experiences and seek feedback on their training and education experiences, according the press press release of SLSN.
This is the first time in history that the SHSN has partnered with a university medical program, and will be the first network of doctors, medical school students, physicians, and medical providers to offer an online training platform for students and health professionals.
Geller said that the announcement of the network has been made through an open source process that included collaboration among various partners, with the goal of creating a network that is “an inclusive, inclusive community.”
The SDS Network will offer students, professors, medical educators, and healthcare providers the ability to find the most efficient, effective, and effective solutions to their health care needs, “by being connected and collaborating with the most important people in their lives,” said Geller in the press statement.
About the SLS Network: SLSN is the largest network of medical student instructors, medical professionals, and teachers.
It is one-stop shop for medical education, training, and certification, and serves students, health care practitioners, medical schools, hospitals, clinics, and community health centers in all 50 states, as well as the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, the U.S. territories, and Canada.
SOURCE National Student Health Care Network (NSHCN) (NSH), MEDC (MEDC), MCHM (MCH), HMS (HMS), CME (CME), NSHC (SNCH), National Health Care Federation, New York SHSN