New Doctor Empowered by Experience with Pipeline Program

Albert Fernandez became interested in medicine at an early age after hearing stories from his grandfather who was a physician in Puerto Rico. “What drew me to medicine was seeing the impact my grandfather was able to have throughout his career,” said Fernandez. “I was really impressed by his knowledge and how he was able… Read More

Student Stories: Kevin Frison

Growing up in Spring Valley, NY, Kevin Frison often dreamed of becoming a physician. When he was in elementary school, his mother, a nurse at a nearby hospital, would bring home her nursing books and magazines, and pamphlets left behind by pharmaceutical reps. “”I read everything,”” recalled Mr. Frison, now a second-year student at Einstein…. Read More

Student Stories: Denise Dennis

AMSNY runs four statewide post baccalaureate programs that enable students from populations historically underrepresented in medicine to realize their dreams of becoming physicians. The New York State Department of Health provides essential support for these programs through grant funding, and New York’s medical schools provide exceptional learning opportunities to ensure that our future physician workforce… Read More