A bold achievement Paul L. Foster Sch...

A bold achievement Paul L. Foster School of Medicine graduates first class

There are 3 comments on the El Paso Times story from May 27, 2013, titled A bold achievement Paul L. Foster School of Medicine graduates first class. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

After four years of intense studies and immersion into the El Paso community, the students of the inaugural class of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Paul L. Foster School of Medicine successfully reached their goal of becoming physicians.

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Tea Bagger

El Paso, TX

#1 May 27, 2013
"After four years of intense studies and immersion into the El Paso coummunity, the student of the inaugural class of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Paul L. Foster School of Medicine" - have chosen to go elsewhere. 1% of this class will stay in El Paso - typically because they are not good enough to go anywhere else - Oh, I mean - "because they have family here". All that Paul L. Foster and the El Paso Leaders need to know is revealed by the number of medical students and residents who choose to stay in El Paso - who choose to endure 3 more years of what Paul L. Foster SOM calls "teaching faculty". These students and residents apparently didn't learn enough Farsi and Hindu to survive another round of Paul L. Foster "education". I'm glad I didn't invest in this sorry excuse for Medical School leadership and faculty - 1% is a pathetic return on any investment.
Memo Caballero

El Paso, TX

#2 May 27, 2013
I hope that they scored a A+ on Obama care, it is the future.
Paul Gonzalez

United States

#3 May 27, 2013
Tea Bagger wrote:
"After four years of intense studies and immersion into the El Paso coummunity, the student of the inaugural class of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Paul L. Foster School of Medicine" - have chosen to go elsewhere. 1% of this class will stay in El Paso - typically because they are not good enough to go anywhere else - Oh, I mean - "because they have family here". All that Paul L. Foster and the El Paso Leaders need to know is revealed by the number of medical students and residents who choose to stay in El Paso - who choose to endure 3 more years of what Paul L. Foster SOM calls "teaching faculty". These students and residents apparently didn't learn enough Farsi and Hindu to survive another round of Paul L. Foster "education". I'm glad I didn't invest in this sorry excuse for Medical School leadership and faculty - 1% is a pathetic return on any investment.
Uno de los Casares me la mamo. El se me tiro encima cuando estaba bien pedo. Yo lo deje porque le gusta y a mi tambien. Preguntale a su familia el dia que nos pescaron. El vato todo prendido en mi verga.

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