We are excited to announce that we have a recent addition to the student group joining us in Nashville this summer for our Community Health Immersion 2013 (click and scroll down to watch the CHI video)! This team of 5 pre- medical students will will live in and serve a local refugee community along with shadow providers at Siloam and reflect on God’s call to them to pursue a career in medicine.
Siloam community, meet James Dolezal!
Hometown: Peru, IN
Undergraduate School: Graduating in May 2013 from Taylor University in Upland, IN.
Vocational Aspiration: James will begin Trinity Graduate School’s Master of Arts in Bioethics program this fall and then plans to begin Indiana University’s School of Medicine afterward. James looks forward to his time in Nashville for the CHI program to continue his cross-cultural experiences, in which he hopes to further define his passion for service through medicine. His individual pursuits are fostered by following his calling “to bring justice, healing, and good news to this broken world.”
In case you missed the announcement of the other participants, click here for their profiles as well. Interested in receiving automatic updates about their immersion? Enter your e-mail address to receive blog updates right to your inbox.
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