The Medical Professions Pathway Transfer Program

The Medical Professions Pathway Transfer Program will allow CGTC students to earn an Associate of Science (AS) Degree in General Studies and a Technical Certificate of Credit (TCC) in Healthcare Professions to transfer to Trinity School of Medicine.

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The Medical Professions Pathway Transfer Program

The Medical Professions Pathway Transfer Program will allow CGTC students to earn an Associate of Science (AS) Degree in General Studies and a Technical Certificate of Credit (TCC) in Healthcare Professions to transfer to Trinity School of Medicine.

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(478) 988-6800

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Enrollment in 11th Grade

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Bridging the Gap: Transforming Georgia’s Healthcare Future, One Doctor at a Time

The Medical Professions Pathway Transfer Program, a partnership between Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) and Trinity School of Medicine (TSOM), offers a fast-track opportunity for CGTC students to become medical doctors. By completing 77 semester hours of coursework, students can earn an Associate of Science Degree in General Studies and a Technical Certificate of Credit in Healthcare Professions before transferring to TSOM’s Transition Term in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Upon successful completion of the Transition Term, students may enter TSOM’s Doctor of Medicine program. This program provides an affordable pathway for Georgia residents to pursue a medical education and become licensed physicians. Additionally, high school dual enrollment students can start earning credits towards this pathway as early as 11th grade, with tuition covered by Georgia’s Dual Enrollment funding program. Therefore, students have the opportunity to fulfill their dreams of practicing medicine and serving their local communities.

Trinity School of Medicine

An Institution of Excellence in Medical Education

Trinity School of Medicine is a distinguished Caribbean medical school dedicated to providing a rigorous and personalized medical education. With accreditation from CAAM-HP, the leading accrediting body for Caribbean medical schools, Trinity ensures that its graduates are well-prepared to participate in residency match processes in the United States and Canada, as well as pursue residencies and licensure in both countries. By offering a supportive learning environment and high-quality training, Trinity School of Medicine is the ideal choice for students seeking to become skilled and compassionate physicians.

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Dr. Allison Laffoon

Dr. Allison Laffoon - Facial & Body Cosmetic Fellow

Dr. Allison Laffoon completed her residency as a General Surgery Resident at the University of Texas Health Science Center. She is now immersed in a Facial & Body Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship in Nashville, Tennessee.

 

Dr. Laffoon has served as a General Surgery Residency Council Member, a House Staff Council General Surgery Representative, and a Trauma Administrative Chief Resident. Moreover, she also played a vital role in the Incoming Resident Selection Committee and the General Surgery Wellness Committee. Besides being actively involved in professional organizations, Dr. Laffoon has published several articles and is currently working on various projects in the medical field. Her publications include topics such as postpartum bowel perforation, hand surgery training pathways, and rare cases of diseases in adults.

Dr. Andrea Bodale

Dr. Andrea Bodale - Chief Family Medicine Resident

Dr. Andrea Bodale matched at her top choice residency and is now a Chief FM Resident at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.

 

She recently attended the AAFP National Conference in Kansas City, Missouri, where she told others about her residency program. Dr. Bodale is now a worship leader at her church and is currently in her last year of residency. She recently helped the Trinity community by becoming a speaker at a “From An Insider” webinar. During the event, where she told prospective students about her journey and how Trinity helped her obtain her top-choice residency.

Dr. Matthew Barvo

Dr. Matthew Barvo – Internal Medicine Resident

Dr. Matthew Barvo is an Internal Medicine Resident Physician at Creighton University School of Medicine in Phoenix, AZ.

 

Besides being an advocate for the healthcare needs of people in underserved communities, Dr. Barvo is an ACP Young Achiever. Furthermore, he has earned Dean’s List, Clerkship Honors, and Scholarships throughout medical school. All in all, he has over 35 publications and presentations in top medical journals, textbooks, and national conferences. He also offers mentorship to medical students interested in research.

Dr. Heather Dill.

Dr. Heather Dill – Family Medicine Resident

Dr. Heather Dill is a second-year Family Medicine Resident at the Northside Hospital-Gwinnett.

 

She recently showcased her research poster at the 2023 AAFP Student & Resident National Conference. Her dedication and passion for medicine allowed her to be one of the 50 residents chosen to display their research. Subsequently, Dr. Dill was able to improve the flu vaccine disparity within the Hispanic population in Gwinnett County Georgia. A total of 62 vaccinations were given out over four hours. Out of the 62 vaccines given, 35% had never had a prior vaccine, 39% only received a vaccine every few years, 21% every other year, and 5% received a flu vaccine yearly. Although only a small portion of the Hispanic community was impacted, the results were beneficial. She recently came back to Trinity to help Trinity med students get ACLS, BLS, and PALS certifications!

The Medical Professions Pathway Transfer Program

Bridging the Gap: Transforming Georgia's Healthcare Future, One Doctor at a Time

The Medical Professions Pathway Transfer Program, a partnership between Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) and Trinity School of Medicine (TSOM), offers a fast-track opportunity for CGTC students to become medical doctors. By completing 77 semester hours of coursework, students can earn an Associate of Science Degree in General Studies and a Technical Certificate of Credit in Healthcare Professions before transferring to TSOM’s Transition Term in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Upon successful completion of the Transition Term, students may enter TSOM’s Doctor of Medicine program. This program provides an affordable pathway for Georgia residents to pursue a medical education and become licensed physicians. Additionally, high school dual enrollment students can start earning credits towards this pathway as early as 11th grade, with tuition covered by Georgia’s Dual Enrollment funding program. Therefore, students have the opportunity to fulfill their dreams of practicing medicine and serving their local communities.

Trinity School of Medicine

An Institution of Excellence in Medical Education

95% Residency Placement Rate

Trinity School of Medicine is a distinguished Caribbean medical school dedicated to providing a rigorous and personalized medical education. With accreditation from CAAM-HP, the leading accrediting body for Caribbean medical schools, Trinity ensures that its graduates are well-prepared to participate in residency match processes in the United States and Canada, as well as pursue residencies and licensure in both countries. By offering a supportive learning environment and high-quality training, Trinity School of Medicine is the ideal choice for students seeking to become skilled and compassionate physicians.

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