Premed Consulting Expert Dr. Paul Toote Publishes New Blog About Importance Of Non-Medical Volunteer Hours For Premed Students

Posted by admin on Feb 28th, 2011

Dr. Paul Toote, CEO of National Premed Consulting, a premed consulting company, points out that while medical schools are concerned about academics and medical experience, they are also looking for well-rounded individuals.

McKinney, TX –February 28, 2011 – Dr. Paul Toote, CEO of National Premed Consulting, a premed consulting company, recently published a blog on his website (http://www.nationalpremedconsulting.com/) emphasizing the importance of being a well-rounded individual for medical school admissions. The blog, titled “Pre-Med Students: Don’t Be One Dimensional,” provides practical tips and suggestions for spending volunteer time wisely. 

Dr. Paul Toote writes, “While strong academics and medical experience are important for med school admissions, don’t neglect your non-medical volunteer time.  Remember that your goal is to present yourself as a well-rounded individual, not a robot!”

National Premed Consulting specializes in premed consulting. They help clients with medical school admissions.

The entire blog can be found at http://www.nationalpremedconsulting.com/blog/pre-med-students-dont-be-one-dimensional.php

To learn more about National Premed Consulting, please visit http://www.nationalpremedconsulting.com

About Dr. Paul Toote:

Dr. Paul Toote became a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in 2001, after graduating from Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, where he was both a class president as well as Graduation Class Dinner Speaker.  He was certified as an Emergency Medicine Physician by the American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine in 2009 and was also the recipient of the Highest Achievement Award from the Dale Carnegie Effective Communications and Human Relations Course.

While serving as an Emergency Medicine Physician at leading hospitals and medical centers in communities all across Texas, including Corpus Christi, Amarillo, San Antonio, the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and Paris, Dr. Toote found he was energized by coaching trained residents and medical school students and helping them reach their professional goals.

Wishing to do more to help those with medical ambitions, he began National Premed Consulting to share his expertise and insider knowledge with those who have the necessary qualifications, capabilities and desire to successfully navigate the difficult demands of medical school.

Dr. Toote resides in McKinney, Texas and is married with two children.