Jaye Hefner MD - MedSchoolCoach

Jaye Hefner MD

Dr. Jaye Hefner, MedSchoolCoach
Dr. Hefner is a fellowship trained, passionate clinician-educator at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital and is one of MedSchoolcoach's Advisors.

Coach's bio

Jaye attended Texas Lutheran College on a women’s basketball scholarship. She was heavily involved in coaching and tutoring at both the high school and undergraduate level helping students achieve their goal to be successful student-athletes. After graduation, Jaye worked at the University of North Texas on a NASA-funded project to research the effects of zero gravity on human physiology.

Jaye attended medical school at the Northeast Ohio Medical University. She completed a 3-year internal medicine residency program followed by a 2-year medical education fellowship in Pittsburgh, PA. She served on the admissions committee for both the medical school and the internal medicine residency. She is board certified in internal medicine.

Student Reviews

I was actually hesitant when I first used MedSchoolCoach; it was a lot of money and I wasn't sure how much help I really needed. I am so glad that I ended up using their services! My advisor was phenomenal and helped me navigate the shipwreck that is medical school admissions even in the most challenging of times. The advice, edits, and support that I received though med school coach undoubtedly aided in my success to attend my top choice allopathic program in the fall.

EDUCATION

Undergraduate: Texas Lutheran College
Medical School: Northeast Ohio Medical University
Residency: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Fellowship: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

SPECIALITY

Internal Medicine

FUN FACT

Dr. Hefner is an avid drone aviator. After crashing two drones into trees and bridges along the Charles River, she is now on track for a successful UAS piloting career in disaster response and aerial photography.

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