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Founded in 2019, the Le Moyne Healthcare Advancement Resource Center, funded by the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation, is a resource center committed to advising, mentoring, and supporting international medical graduates (IMGs) living in the New York State to navigate educational and career opportunities in the healthcare industry in the US. The HARC is a member of the Welcome Back National Initiative.
Anchored in the shared social justice values of Le Moyne College and the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation, the Healthcare Advancement Resource Center is committed to advising, mentoring, and supporting international medical graduates (IMGs) living in New York State to navigate educational and career opportunities in the healthcare industry in the US.
The Le Moyne College Healthcare Advancement Resource Center is operating virtually to protect the safety and well-being of our community in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Interested in learning more?
Are you an IMG in need of support and resources? Applications to the HARC are accepted year-round. Once your application has been submitted, a HARC staff member will reach out to you to schedule an initial call to provide you more information. You will then schedule an in-depth advising appointment to develop an educational and career plan.
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IMG's in the News
Congratulations to Nazary Kefayat. He passed his Occupational English Test (OET), English language test for healthcare professionals.
Three candidates from the HARC were among several participants that graduated from the Syracuse University English Language Center on May 7. They delivered inspirational speeches:
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