AUC State-Level Data for Louisiana

Learn where AUC grads earned residencies in Louisiana, read news and profiles, and more!

Thank you for your interest in how American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) connects with the state of Louisiana. Read on for an at-a-glance overview of residency placements, news and notes, student stories, and events in and around Louisiana.

Your Louisiana Admissions Contact

American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine

Kimberly Holley

Associate Director of Admissions

kholley@aucmed.edu
786-433-0974

AUC Up Close Event Dates

AUC is pleased to welcome Louisiana-area residents to one of our Up Close events. These sessions let you learn more about AUC with a smaller group of people, and are designed to foster open discussion and one-on-one interactions.

There are no events scheduled at this time. Please check our admissions events page for new postings and event details.

Residency Information

For 2015, AUC graduates earned more than 200 residencies in hospitals and healthcare centers around the country. Of that total, 9 AUC students earned residencies in Louisiana in a variety of specialties, including internal medicine, pediatrics, psychiatry, and more. A sampling of some of the hospitals that our grads matched at is below:

  • Baton Rouge General Medical Center
  • Louisiana State University (Shreveport)
  • Tulane University

Top Louisiana Feeder Schools for AUC

  • Louisiana University
  • Purdue University
  • University of Southern Louisiana
  • University of Notre Dame
  • Ball State University

Did You Know? Fun Facts About AUC and Louisiana

Mark Warner, PhD, Associate Professor of Behavioral Sciences at AUC, has ties to Louisiana. Not only did he practice clinical psychology and neuropsychology in Baton Rouge, but he earned his Bachelor of Arts, Master of Science, and PhD at Louisiana institutions. He also served as Assistant Professor of Psychology in the Department of Medicine at the LSU Health Sciences Center residency training site. Learn more about Dr. Warner here.

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