Becoming A Resident Doctor In The US Just Got Easier ~ Meet Dr. Ngozike Orjioke @OnlyPocket


In 2014, 34,355 students applied to become residency doctors in the US, and many would have been successful if they had access to the right information and mentorship.

Pocket Presents,a Media events company in collaboration with BusinessDay Newspapers brings great news for Nigerian medical students and Doctors with hopes of becoming resident doctors in the US this year with a special event holding at the prestigious Four Points hotel in Lagos on July 4, 2015. (Sign up for the event here

The event will be anchored by Dr. Ngozike Orjioke, a renowned U.S based medical practitioner who has helped many foreign applicants become medical doctors in the US through the US medical residency program.

During her residency in Internal medicine, Dr. Orjioke was honored as Chief resident. She also served as Chief Fellow during her pulmonary critical care fellowship. She is a Pulmonologist-Intensivist at Atlanta Medical Center, Atlanta Georgia and a part time faculty in an Internal Medicine residency program in Atlanta. It was in these positions that she learned that it takes more than USMLE scores and a bag of dreams.

The quest to “become a doctor” in the US has been driven by several things such as the quality of the residency program, access to better funding for research, access to better medical facilities, and the importance the US government and private organizations have placed in ensuring the US is at the forefront of medical research and development in the world.

Attendees of the Pocket Presents and BusinessDay event will enjoy special sessions, insights and secrets that will help them achieve their dreams. Sign up for the event hereà You can also follow Pocket Mobile on Twitter and like their Facebook page here-à to get regular updates on the event.

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