Meet our New Chair, Dr. David Marr

At the September 28, 2017 Board of Directors Meeting of the New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation, Dr. Donald Craig, now Past Chair, announced the appointment of a new chair, Dr. David R. Marr. One of Dr. Marr’s chief duties will be to oversee the management of...
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N.B. Medical Education Foundation scholarship recipient to become Hampton’s newest doctor

HAMPTON TO GET A NEW DOCTOR! LYNDSAY ARMSTRONG KINGS COUNTY RECORD.. article appeared May 16, 2017 in Telegraph-Journal After losing a number of doctors in the last couple years and working for more than a year to fill the vacancies, Hampton has announced a new doctor...
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Welcome our new Executive Director, J. Michael Murphy

Dr. Donald Craig, Chair of the N.B. Medical Foundation Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of J. Michael Murphy as Executive Director of The New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation Inc. Mr. Murphy will be the main contact point for the N.B. Medical...
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Kudos to Dr. Mark MacSween!

The New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation would like to express their sincere appreciation to Dr. J. Mark MacSween on his wonderful gift in the name of his father, the late Dr. H. Miller MacSween. His generous contribution will be added to the scholarship,...
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Dr. H. Miller MacSween Scholarship recipient for 2016

The New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation would like to extend its warmest congratulations to Yosef Lazarev, who is the first recipient of the newly created Dr. H. Miller MacSween Scholarship. This scholarship is being offered through the generosity of the John...
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Retired doctor pitches new strategy to recruit new doctors

A retired doctor is arguing that he has the best way to recruit doctors to the province as thousands of New Brunswickers continue to wait for a physician. The province has 84 positions open for doctors and that number will continue to grow as more physician retire...
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Town funding helps future doctors

Hampton and the New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation Inc. are creating a scholarship worth $5K
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2016 New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation Awards

Celebration of NBMEFI Medical Education scholarship recipients June 15, 2016 Over $280,000 was awarded to New Brunswick students entering accredited Medical Schools who agree to return to New Brunswick to practice medicine The New Brunswick Medical Education...
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We concluded that bursaries for medical students who are committed to practice medicine in the province would be one of the best investments we could make.

Dr. Donald Craig

Past Chair, New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation Inc.

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Dr. Donald Craig, Chair New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation Inc.
Dr. Donald Craig, Past Chair
New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation Inc.
Physicians are much more likely to stay in the province where they completed their studies. And now, with the establishment of medical education programs – in Saint John through Dalhousie University and in Moncton through Université de Sherbrooke – both anglophone and francophone students have the opportunity to complete their undergraduate studies entirely within the province.

The New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation is an investment in the future of our province, an investment that will help secure the very best students and, ultimately, the very best physicians.
It has been established to provide bursaries to undergraduate medical students who intend to set up medical practice in New Brunswick following completion of their studies. The goal of the Foundation is to secure $15 million in endowed funds to provide these medical bursaries in perpetuity.

Please join with us in helping to make New Brunswick more competitive in physician recruitment and retention of our family doctors.

Sincerely,
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Dr. Donald Craig, Past Chair
New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation Inc.

Dr. Donald Craig, Chair New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation Inc.

Dr. Donald Craig, Chair
New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation Inc.

Physicians are much more likely to stay in the province where they completed their studies. And now, with the establishment of medical education programs - in Saint John through Dalhousie University and in Moncton through Université de Sherbrooke - both anglophone and francophone students have the opportunity to complete their undergraduate studies entirely within the province.The New Brunswick Medical Education Trust is an investment in the future of our province, an investment that will help secure the very best students and, ultimately, the very best physicians. The New Brunswick Medical Education Trust has been established to provide bursaries to undergraduate medical students who intend to set up medical practice in New Brunswick following completion of their studies. The goal of the Trust is to secure $15 million in endowed funds to provide these medical bursaries in perpetuity.

Please join with us in helping to make New Brunswick more competitive in physician recruitment and retention of our family doctors.

Sincerely,
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Dr. Donald Craig, Chair
New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation Inc.

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