The Elmbrook Rotary Club is sponsoring Dr. Amanda Tene Rueda’s third and final year in her Family Practice Residency through Andean Health and Development. Dr. Amanda started her residency in August of 2008 at Hospital Pedro Vicente Maldonado (PVM) and will graduate in July of 2011. This year she is teaching the group of 6 first-year residents that entered the program in August. Physician residents learn Family Medicine specifically to Ecuador’s countryside through a combination of classroom learning and clinical rotations. They learn the best practices of medicine and hospital administration and utilize the hospital’s electronic medical records. Visit our Residency Program page to learn more about this training program for Ecuador’s medical and nursing students.
The Rotary Club is helping AHD empower local medical professionals to be the next generation of rural health care leaders.
Thank you to Elmbrook Rotary for sponsoring Dr. Amanda through the Elmbrook Rotary Medical Fellowship!
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