2018-07-11 / News

Medical students study in Sanilac

Medical students from Central Michigan University College of Medicine (CMED) have begun their third year of study practicing in Sanilac and Lapeer counties through a partnership with McKenzie Health System and Marlette Regional Hospital, affiliates of United Healthcare Partners.

On July 3, McKenzie and Marlette Regional Hospital will welcome four CMU medical students to work with clinical physicians and staff as part of a six-month program called the Comprehensive Community Clerkship that aims to expand upon their previous two years of classroom studies.

At McKenzie, Mason Geno of Essexville and Adam Sobilo of Rochester Hills will work with Dr. Mark English in Port Sanilac serving patients’ family health care needs. Mason completed his undergraduate studies at Oakland University and earned a degree in biomedical sciences. Sobilo completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan and earned a degree in biophysics.

At Marlette Regional Hospital, Antonela Muca of Warren will work with Dr. Jabir Akhtar in Marlette serving patients’ family health care needs. Muca completed her undergraduate studies at Wayne State University and earned a degree in biology.

Marlette hospital will also welcome Brandon Govan of Royal Oak to work with Dr. William Starbird in North Branch serving patients’ family health care needs. Govan completed his undergraduate studies at Grand Valley State University and earned a degree in biomedical sciences.

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