Angela Gucwa

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After her graduation in 2006, Angela Gucwa remained at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta as a surgical resident. Angela Gucwa served as a surgical resident from July 2006 until June 2011, and afterwards was promoted to Administrative Chief Resident in general surgery. As Administrative Chief Resident, Angela Gucwa assisted with the development and management of the surgery residency. Angela Gucwa held this position for a year before moving on to a vascular surgery fellowship in Greenville, South Carolina.

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Angela Gucwa Administrative Chief Resident in General Surgery

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Vascular Surgery Fellow Medical College of Georgia graduate Angela Gucwa is a vascular surgery fellow in the Greenville Health System in Greenville, South Carolina. Angela Gucwa began her fellowship in July 2012 and will complete her training and graduate in June 2014. After graduating from her vascular surgery residency, Angela Gucwa will be board eligible in the field of vascular surgery. During her time as a vascular surgery fellow, Angela Gucwa has continued to write scientific articles about her work.

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Medical College of Georgia Graduate University of Georgia alumna Angela Gucwa graduated from the Medical College of Georgia in 2006. While at the Medical College of Georgia, Angela Gucwa pursued her goal of becoming a surgeon. By remaining at the Medical College of Georgia for her surgical residency, Angela Gucwa was also able to help others pursue that dream by working as an instructor for both Phase I and Phase III medical students in general surgery during the 2008-2009 school year.

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Medical Instructor Angela Gucwa lives by the medical school axiom: see one, do one, teach one. As such, during the June 2008 to July 2009 medical school year, while Angela Gucwa was a surgical resident at the Medical College of Georgia, she served as an instructor of general surgery for Phase I and Phase III medical students.

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