Local Health Center Chooses Residents for Class of 2022

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The Greater Lawrence Family Health Center (GLFHC) has announced the 10 residents chosen for the Lawrence Family Medicine Residency (LFMR) Class of 2022:

Rebecca Joseph, from Boston, Mass.
Alice Kaufman, from Quincy, Mass.
Zoe Becker, from Englewood, N.J.
Lance Braye, from Bronx, N.Y.
Kathryn De La Rosa, from Portsmouth, Va.
Zoe Gordon, from Atlanta, Ga.
Helen Jin, from Ann Arbor, Mich.
Cara Smith, from Topeka, Kan.
Ryan Walker, from Plantation, Fla.
Sarah White, from San Diego, Cal.

“Greater Lawrence Family Health Center’s residency program is one of the most competitive in the country,” according to program administrators, who had 858 applicants from 38 different states to choose from, resulting in over 100 full-day interviews to get to the ten best candidates.

“Since the majority of the health center’s sites are in Lawrence, our residents are given top-notch training on how to provide compassionate care to the underserved, which makes it an extremely desirable destination for mission-driven doctors who want to spend their careers treating those on the margins of society.”

Residents will have four years of classes, beginning in June.