Phillip Croce’s college journey began at Nashua Community College and has led to medical school. “I am currently in medical school at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine and am in my third year preparing myself for residency.” As a high school senior, he decided to get his grades at up at NCC before pursuing a four-year degree. Phillip graduated from NCC’s Liberal Arts program in 2013 then transferred to Johns Hopkins University.

Now at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, he said he’s interested in family medicine, “Primarily for the fulfilling patient interactions and capacity to treat chronic disease like diabetes and COPD.” Medical school has been a busy time, said Phillip,

“I have been involved with so many projects such as researching the applicability of electronic health records in extracting relevant data (which was presented at the West Virginia Osteopathic Medical Association), partaking in the student admissions leadership team, and volunteering to administer COVID vaccines in conjunction with WVU.”


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