Learning Community - Brightwood House
Brightwood House, the Learning Community for PURCH Track students, is your social and academic home throughout medical school.
You will be assigned a Brightwood house mentor who will provide guidance on many issues ranging from academic achievement, career guidance, professional development, and personal support.
It is within your learning community that you learn the foundational skills of being a competent physician through the pivotal Doctoring and Clinical Skills course.
Brightwood House, comprised of four faculty mentors and about 25 students, is based at the Baystate campus but has community spaces on both campuses.
More about Learning Communities on the UMMS website.
Brightwood House Mentors
Brightwood House Doctoring and Clinical Skills-1 Faculty
Brightwood House Capstone Affiliate
Sarah Perez McAdoo, MD, MPH
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, 2001
- MPH, Harvard School of Public Health, 2006
- Commonwealth Fund Harvard University Fellowship in Minority Health Policy, 2006
Dr. McAdoo is a public health physician involved in public policy, systems change, community building, and creating partnerships to improve adolescent health outcomes. She is the Co-Founder of the Youth Empowerment Adolescent Health Network (YEAH! Network).
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