Dr. Marie-Louise Jean-Baptiste awarded by Harvard Medical School

Dr. Marie-Louise Jean-Baptiste awarded by Harvard Medical School

One of us has been honored by one of the most prestigious institutions in the United states. Haitian-American Dr. Marie-Louise Jean-Baptiste from the Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) has been awarded with Faculty Prize for Excellence in Teaching by the Harvard Medical School's 2013 Charles McCabe. This kind of honors have only been awarded to the most outstanding teachers of the Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Marie-Louise Jean-Baptiste received this award in 2013 in recognition of her outstanding teaching skills through her mentoring, guiding and educating the next generation of physicians

She has been an excellent role model in her community.
After her graduation from the Faculty of Medicine of the State University of Haiti, Dr. Marie-Louise Jean-Baptiste received training in internal medicine at Cambridge Hospital. She is a primary care physician at the CHA, working with the Homeless Program and people infected with the HIV virus

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