James Kelly, MD
- General Advising
- Essay/Personal Statement Editing
- Interview Preparation
- Non-traditional Applicant Advising
- BS- Georgetown University
- MD- GeorgetownUniversity
- Residency- North Shore/Long Island Jewish
Dr. Kelly was born and raised in New York City. Upon graduating Stuyvesant High School, he moved to Washington, DC. He attended Georgetown University, majoring in biology with a minor in philosophy. After graduating college, he attended Georgetown for medical school, where he became interested in Ophthalmology. Moving back to New York, he matched at North Shore/Long Island Jewish for residency. He served as chief resident, and was responsible for interviewing prospective residents. After becoming board certified, Dr. Kelly started working with the Osler Institute, helping Ophthalmologists prepare for their oral boards. He is currently in private practice, working in Manhattan and Long Island. In his spare time, Dr. Kelly likes to travel the world, listen to live music, and root for the Mets, Giants, Knicks and Georgetown basketball. He is excited to help prospective students get accepted to medical school!
Dr. Kelly is a New York based Ophthalmologist who helps prepare doctors for their oral boards.
meet more of the team
- Dr. Flick was a four year member of the admissions committee at UC Irvine School of Medicine and is a Flight Surgeon for the Army.Dr. Marinelli served on the University of California, Irvine Admissions CommitteeDr. Rao served as a member of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine admission committee.Dr. Ho was an admissions committee member at University of California, DavisDr. Mehta has guided thousands of successful medical school applicants.Dr. Jordan served on the admissions committee at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of MedicineDr. Katzen was on the admissions committee member at George Washington UniversityDr. Sarkar was part of the admissions committee at Columbia University and an interviewer at NJMSDr. Lipsit served on the admissions committee at VCUDr. Simon Bababeygy served on Stanford's Admissions Committee for 4 years