Dr. Shaden Eldakar-Hein Welcome Letter
Shaden Eldakar-Hein, MD
Senior Associate Dean
St Luke’s University Health Network/Lewis Katz School of Medicine Temple University
IS MEDICINE YOUR CALLING?
Do you find your greatest satisfaction when you are serving others with your knowledge and skills? Are you excited by the challenges of scientific discovery and application? Do you enjoy communication with others, listening, empathizing, as well as sharing your knowledge? Do you aspire to the highest standards in the tasks you undertake?
If you answered yes to these questions, then medicine may be right for you. I recommend you look closely at Temple/St. Luke’s. As a regional campus of Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, you will receive an unsurpassed education right here in the Lehigh Valley.
Temple/St. Luke’s seeks bright, academically talented, and highly motivated individuals who are committed to service and are eager to become physicians of the highest caliber.
At Temple/St. Luke’s, you will find an enthusiastic faculty who are eager to share their knowledge and skills with the next generation of physicians. You will find cutting edge medicine and technology in a friendly, collegial setting. You will find the energy and excitement of an innovative program firmly grounded in outstanding practices that come from decades of experience. With our small class size, you will find an intimate and interactive learning environment that will inspire you to achieve your full potential in medicine.
St. Luke’s University Health Network is proud to be the Nation’s #1 Teaching Hospital. We are also the region’s only four-year medical school campus. Students complete all four years of their medical education at St. Luke’s University Hospital located in beautiful Bethlehem, Pa. After graduation, we have ample opportunities to stay local with our myriad of Residency and Fellowship opportunities.
Want to learn more? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love the opportunity to talk more with you about medical education at Temple/St. Luke’s.