(MENA) Mena Regional Health System welcomes third year medical students He “Herschel” Tian and Colton Eubanks, NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine, Jonesboro, AR campus of Arkansas State University.
Starting in August, the two will begin clinical rotations in the areas of Family Medicine, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine and Surgery.
Herschel Tian, pictured left, is originally from China where he was born and raised. He moved to Jonesboro, Arkansas at the age of 19. Herschel worked as an RN at Missouri’s Barnes Jewish Hospital before moving to Baptist Hospital. He is looking forward to clinical rotations and the opportunity to explore many options in the health care field. For leisure, Hershel enjoys playing the piano, table tennis and chess.
Pictured right is Arkansas native Colton Eubanks, a resident of Jonesboro, Arkansas since kindergarten. He comes from an extended line of medical professionals. His father was a neurosurgeon and his mother a Registered Nurse. His fiancé is currently completing a Masters in Psychology in Aiken, South Carolina. The couple hopes to reside in Arkansas.
Colton is currently leaning toward Family Medicine, but looking forward to finalizing that decision during his year of clinical rotations.