This year marks 21 years of our ground-breaking Graduate Entry Medicine programme. We are marking this milestone by sharing the stories of our unique community of alumni, staff and students and celebrating their achievements. Our celebrations will culminate in an in-person event at St Georges, University of London, taking place in May 2022. Please look out for further updates on our social media pages and find out more by emailing email@example.com.
We hope you will be able to join us in person to celebrate with us next year, and in the meantime, you can read the stories, memories and reflections from our Graduate Entry Medicine alumni, staff and students on these pages.
If you’d like to contribute your own story, photos or memories, or would like to know more about the celebrations, we’d be very happy to hear from you.
Hear from our alumni about what they have done since graduating from the Graduate Entry Medicine programme, their proudest achievements and their fondest memories of the course.
Read more alumni stories here:
Dr Chris Roche
Dr Lianne Geddes
Dr John Tweed
Professor Kirsty Le Doare
Read from our current students about their route into Graduate Entry Medicine, what makes the programme unique and their plans for the future.
Read more student stories here:
Current and former staff
Read reflections from our current and former staff about the role they have played in making Graduate Entry Medicine at St George’s a success, how it has changed over time, and what they have gone on to do since.
Read more staff stories here:
Professor Sean Hilton and Professor Peter McCrorie
Professor David Prideaux
Dr Douglas Maxwell
Dr Jim Bolton
Professor Hannah Cock
Professor Andy Kent
If you are a member of our unique Graduate Entry Medicine community and you would like to help us mark 21 years of this ground-breaking programme, we’d love to hear from you. Whether you’d like to contribute your own story, photos or memories, or would like to know more about the celebrations, we’d be very happy to hear from you.
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