June 2016, Volume 20, Number 3

MDC News Bytes

Aurelia M. Fernandez

Alumni Pass Baton at Health Network

Aurelio Fernández III follows in the footsteps of Frank Sacco to serve as CEO of Memorial Healthcare System.


Dr. Pamela R. Jeffries

At the Cutting Edge of Simulation

MDC’s Medical Campus recently captured the attention of George Washington University Dean Dr. Pamela Jeffries.


The Florida College System Student Government Association (FCSSGA) Awards Ceremony bestowed honors on MDC

Student Government Shines

MDC captured several awards at the Florida College System’s ceremony.


MDC PA winners

Physician Assistant Students Top in Nation

The brainy MDC cohort won first place in the national competition.


MDC alumnus Delrish Moss

Noble Leadership

An MDC alumnus brings peace to Ferguson, Missouri.


Baptist Hospital

Gearing Up for Better Health Care

MDC teams with West Kendall Baptist Hospital to use virtual reality to improve health care service.


SAS alumni going to MIT

Off to Mighty MIT

Four graduates head to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


Florida PBL logo

Acute Business Acumen

MDC takes the top prizes at Phi Beta Lambda’s state leadership conference.


Michel J. Martelly

A Celebration of Haitian Culture

Former Haitian President Michel Martelly gave his first U.S. talk at MDC.


Americas Society/Council of the Americas forum at MDC

World Bank Shines Light on Women

MDC teamed with the Americas Society/Council of the Americas for an insightful forum.


Jolaade ‘Jolli’ Aboaba on The Chew

Advising Her Peers on Pears

A student from MDC’s acclaimed Miami Culinary Institute plays a starring role in an episode of ABC’s ‘The Chew.’



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