YOUNG BAJAN INTERNS AT MARTINDALE’S RD FACILITY PRAISED

Recognised and praised for their tireless diligence they put in during their internship year at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for the period 2016-2017 five, young doctors were acknowledged by the Director of Medical Services and the QEH Internship Coordinator.

Dr. Clyde Cave, the Internship Coordinator, expressed how all 36 interns this year, worked really very hard. However, he noted within any group, there were members who excelled and he believes it’s crucial to appreciate the exceptional qualities of such people.

Speaking during the awards ceremony which recently took place in the QEH Boardroom, Dr. Adanna Grandison, revealed her training was extremely intense towards the end as she was placed in the deep end when assisting with the recent multiple shootings at the end of Kadooment;-

Meanwhile Dr Evelyn indicated her wish was to get into Internal medicine, but haematology was a specialty that she was preferred;-

From Left: Dr. Adanna Grandison, Dr. Suleman Patel, Intern of the year – Dr. Simone Evelyn, Dr. Shai Stewart & Dr. Anesha White, pose with their awards as (back, left) Dr. Anthony Harris, Director of Medical Services and Dr. Clyde Cave, QEH Internship Coordinator observe.

This as Dr’s. Patel and White noted their plan was to take the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) in order to expand their opportunities and specialise in areas not done in Barbados.

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