AMEC students graduate

Twelve students in the Alabama Medical Education Consortium (AMEC) pipeline are 6093AMECClass20140417Inside slated to graduate in May. They have worked at SAMC as part of their third and/or fourth year rotations. From left are Justin Kelley, Nimit Patidar, Holly Brown, Colby Loff, Amanda Gibson, James C. Jones, DO, DME, director of medical education and medical director of the SAMC ED, Judy Higby, AMEC site coordinator, Medical Staff Services, and Amin Rmeileh. Students not pictured are Farhan Abdullah, Bilal Siddiqui, Scott Taylor, Mark Hotchkiss, Emily Howell and Jaya Vasudevan.

Boutique open house

The Women’s Center Boutique will host a spring open house Wednesday and 0023BoutiqueInside Thursday, April 23-24 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. An Amoena representative will be on site for personal bra fittings. Call 699-4811 to schedule an appointment. Refreshments will be served and enjoy a 25 percent discount on most items in the Boutique, just for attending. (The discount doesn’t apply to Amoena products.)

ACOM students volunteer

Members of the ACOM chapter of the American Medical Students Association (AMSA) ACOMStudentGuyHamiltonScreeningVanInside are volunteering their time on the Southeast Regional Screening Program’s (SRSP) mobile unit. Above, ACOM student Guy Hamilton registers patients for their annual mammograms at a recent location of the mobile unit. Hamilton is one of five ACOM students who have given their time on the mobile unit.

Kim Atwell, program coordinator for the SRSP, says, “Our staff is grateful to the students of ACOM. Choosing to volunteer with our patients rather than take a well-deserved spring break speaks volumes of their commitment to community outreach.”
Local AMSA members would like to help in community outreach events. If your department has a need for a volunteer, contact AMSA community outreach director James Lieu at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .