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Trinity School of Medicine Announces the Appointment of Ty-Asha Plummer, M.D. to the Clinical Faculty
Date:11/12/2009

Trinity School of Medicine in conjunction with the International Hospital for Children, Mustique Medical Trust and Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, announces the appointment of Dr. Ty-Asha Plummer to the position of Mustique Professorship/Paediatric Surgery practicing at Milton Cato Memorial Hospital as well as to the Clinical Faculty of Trinity School of Medicine.

(PRWEB) November 12, 2009 -- Trinity School of Medicine in conjunction with the International Hospital for Children, Mustique Medical Trust and Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, announces the appointment of Dr. Ty-Asha Plummer to the position of Mustique Professorship/Pediatric Surgery practicing at Milton Cato Memorial Hospital as well as to the Clinical Faculty of Trinity School of Medicine. Dr. Plummer’s position is made possible in part by a generous grant from the Mustique Medical Trust.

As part of the clinical faculty of Trinity School of Medicine, Dr. Plummer will teach the basics of general pediatric surgical pathophysiology at Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, the teaching hospital affiliated with Trinity School of Medicine. Dr. Plummer will work side by side with Trinity medical students assigning clinical cases for the purpose of interviewing and physical diagnosis as part of their Introduction to Clinical Medicine.

“We’re thrilled to have Dr. Plummer join our faculty“, stated Dr. Edward Johnson, Dean of Caribbean Studies, Trinity School of Medicine. “Having a physician with Dr. Plummer’s expertise and specialization will be an incredible asset for the institution, and she joins the clinical faculty who provide students in the first five terms of our curriculum with clinical, bed side experience, an advantage few other medical schools offer.”

In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Dr. Plummer will provide consultative services to the neonatal ICU, pediatric wa
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