Coordinators Role in GME - Part 2

Wednesday, February 14
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Room: Greenbriar

Coretha Davis

Residency Coordinator
University of Miami

Coretha Davis is a Residency Coordinator in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Miami. She has been a PM&R coordinator for over 25 years starting at St. Vincent's Healthcare System in New York. Her experience in the field of education took her and her family to Miami to start the first PMR residency program in South Florida in 2005. Coretha graduated from Kean University in New Jersey with a Bachelor's degree in Management Science. She has originally certified in TAGME in 2010 and has continued her certification to date.

She likes meeting new people and her favorite past time is traveling, reading, and spending time on the beach.


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Kimberly Garza

Program Coordinator, Senior
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Kim Garza is a Program Coordinator, Senior at the University of Texas Health San Antonio in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine (PMR). She graduated from the University of Texas San Antonio with a degree in Education. With eleven years of experience in the field of Rehabilitation Medicine she first obtained her training and knowledge in Internal Medicine for seven years and served two years in the Graduate Medical Education office. Kim received her TAGME certification in Rehabilitation Medicine in 2010 and has continued to remain certified.
The most joyous part of her life is spending time with her family and taking naps. An avid Spurs and Saints fan keeps her and her husband busy attending games and just sitting home watching a great game on television. Kim is a reality television junkie.


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