Female, American Indian Surgeons Speak at White Coat Ceremony
Lori Arviso Alvord, MD, the first female Navajo to become a board-certified surgeon, was the keynote speaker for the 2017 White Coat Ceremony. BCOM's Chair of Surgery, Adele Lente, MD, read the osteopathic oath in her native Tiwa language.
BCOM Students Excel at Emergency Medicine Experience in New York
Four BCOM students found themselves well prepared while participating in an emergency medicine experience at Staten Island University Hospital. Find out why one instructor said, "they represented BCOM in the best possible way."
BCOM Well-Represented at National Osteopathic Conferences
Students and faculty traveled to Chicago to participate in a number of national conferences geared toward osteopathic physicians and students. Read on to find out what they accomplished, what resolutions from New Mexico were adopted, and which BCOMer was named Most Valuable Person by the Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents.
Thanks to the efforts of our inaugural class of 2020, there are numerous STUDENT ORGANIZATIONSestablished here at BCOM, from our local SOMA chapter to clubs for students interested in specialties like pediatrics and anesthesia.
Ed to Med Grassroots Campaign
The Student Government Association is involved in this grassroots campaign which advocates for federal financial aid programs for medical students. Become an advocate for your future at EDTOMED.COM
Donate to the NMOPAC
Make your voice heard by DONATING to the New Mexico Osteopathic Political Action Committee. The more people that contribute, the stronger the message.
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