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Published on June 22, 2020

SeHealth celebrates Class of 2020 Resident graduation

Southeastern Health celebrated the graduation of 23 residents across three residency programs today, Friday, June 19. The virtual ceremonies, which were held in the Medical Education Auditorium at Southeastern Regional Medical Center, recognized residents who had completed their residencies at SeHealth in either Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, or Internal Medicine.

Residency Awards

Some of the program’s residents, attending physicians and nurses with which they worked were also recognized with special awards during the graduation ceremony. The awards were given as follows:

  • Emergency Medicine Resident of the Year: Field Austin Davis, DO
  • Family Medicine Resident of the Year: Brandon T. Wei, DO
  • Internal Medicine Resident of the Year: Dennis David Jow, DO
  • Emergency Medicine Attending of the Year: Joseph Earl Deese, MD
  • Family Medicine Attending of the Year: Charles Almond, MD
  • Internal Medicine and Transitional Year Attending of the Year: Godfrey Onime, MD
  • Emergency Medicine Nurse of the Year: Kayla Harvey, RN
  • Family Medicine Nurse of the Year: Regina Scott, RN
  • Internal Medicine and Transitional Year Nurse of the Year: Sharon Saunders, LPN

Since 2015, Southeastern Health and its affiliates have been a major clinical campus for Campbell University’s Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine. Residents in the family medicine, internal medicine, and emergency medicine began three-year or four-year residencies that year.

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Graduates

Graduates

Graduates