Notre Dame Medicine student puts patients at the centre
Tessa Clifton was initially drawn to the case-based approach to studying medicine at Notre Dame and appreciates the way staff and students value their peers and the community as a whole.
“There is a focus on medicine as a service that is specifically created for the patient,” Tessa said. “This is how I want to practice; the patient at the centre.”
Notre Dame is a leading health education provider in Australia and is known throughout the industry for producing graduates that are highly skilled and trusted by employers and patients alike.
“If you want to help others, if you want to be challenged, if you want a career full of continuous change and growth, I couldn’t recommend a more supportive Medical School environment than Notre Dame,” Tessa said.