Dr. Candida Mukii Rose Kimue (2015 Graduate)
(Practising medicine in Kenya)
When I started working, I began working in the Obstetrics and Gynaecology unit and I was doingcaesarean section by the second week of starting work. It was exciting and interesting incomparative to theory. I will always remember the Obstetrics and Gynaecology training Ireceived in MAHSA and how it has enhanced my interest in O&G currently. I’m grateful to mylecturers at MAHSA for all the valuable knowledge they have imparted on me.
I started my houseman-ship immediately upon my arrival to my home country here in Tanzania.Upon completion of my houseman-ship I began working on my MO license and now I ampracticing family medicine. I am truly thankful to my lecturers for their dedicated mentorshipand teaching throughout my years at MASHA. I will continue to make MAHSA proud!
(Practicing Family Medicine in Tanzania)
Dr. Rennifrida Charles (2016 Graduate)
Dr. Denishaa Ramasamy (2017 Graduate)
The diversity of an international student body created an intellectually stimulating environmentwhich was perfect for the intended course. Furthermore, the use of the latest state-of-the-artteaching equipment coupled with a British based curriculum provided an excellent learningexperience for me. MAHSA University was my first choice because of its strong partnership withthe General Hospital of Kuala Lumpur which is the largest public hospital in Malaysia. M.B.B.S isa challenging programme but with the excellent support from the academic team, it has allowedme to confidently take on my quest to become an obstetrician and gynaecologist.