Med Student Interview - Alexandra Rozanski
Appearing in Volume 7 of Physician Outlook Magazine, Alexandra Rozanski wrote alongside 3 of her classmates and one of St. Bonaventure's professors.
Alexandra Rozanski is a senior health science major with a biomedical concentration at St. Bonaventure University. The senior from Metro Detroit Michigan spoke very highly of her education at Bonaventure. To Rozanski, the small class sizes and beautiful campus set in the mountains create the perfect environment for academic success. She loves the school so much, that she now gives tours as a Student Ambassador and helps to convince others to come and have the same great experience.
After she graduates in the spring, Rozanski will be going to medical school to become a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. The premedical classes she has been taking have been challenging, but because of this, she feels very prepared for med school and eventually a job after graduation.
Rozanski said, “I wouldn't be able to say this confidently if it wasn't for the one-of-a-kind professors at this school.” She said the small class sizes have provided her with the ability to connect with professors in a way that has really helped her learning.
Rozanski chose St. Bonaventure because of the amazing opportunities the school provides for premedical students. They have the Franciscan Health Care Professions Programs as well as a Medical Emergency Response Team (SBU MERT). She joined the EMT class her freshman year and was certified as a national EMT. She worked her way up from CPR instructor to Training Officer and now she is the Chief of MERT.
Rozanski was absolutely thrilled to have something she helped to write appear in print. It has always been a goal of hers to be published and knowing that physicians around the nation are reading her work is a great feeling for her and an accomplishment she, and her parents, are very proud of.
Good luck in your future medical career Alexandra Rozanski! And thank you for your contribution to Physicians Outlook Magazine.