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Unity Health Graduate Medical Education featured at Kiwanis Club

Community news | Monday, April 8, 2019

Unity Health Graduate Medical Education Program Director, David Covey, M.D., FACP and Internal Medicine Resident, Chase Cates, D.O, MPH, spoke to Searcy Kiwanis Club at a recent meeting. The two partnered to present the status of medical education in Arkansas and the retention of students from the Unity Health GME Program.

The Unity Health Graduate Medical Education residency program educates in four areas: family medicine, internal medicine, emergency medicine and psychiatry. The program began in July 2015 and provides three years of intensive training and four for the psychiatry program. Residents join the Unity Health medical community from a number of locations and with varying degrees from universities throughout the country.

To learn more about the Unity Health Graduate Medical Education program, please call (501) 380-2217. The Searcy Kiwanis Club meets on the first and third Thursday of each month at noon in the Porter Rodgers Room on the Unity Health Specialty Care campus at 1200 S. Main St. in Searcy.