September 22, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
The max capacity for this event is 95 students. Register as soon as possible to guarantee yourself a spot.
In partnership with Penn State Health and Whitaker's Women in STEM Initiative, Talks with Docs invites high school students to explore healthcare careers through conversations with doctors from diverse backgrounds. Join us as we talk with Dr. Bernadatte Gilbert about her education, experience, and any tips she has for students interested in healthcare. While the program is free to attend, registration is required.
Dr. Bernadatte G. Gilbert is a board-certified family medicine physician. Originally from Harrisburg, PA, she received a Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Union University, a Doctor of Medicine degree from Boston University School of Medicine, and completed her family medicine residency at Boston University Medical Center. She currently serves as an assistant professor and staff physician within the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Penn State College of Medicine/Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Within the College of Medicine, she also serves as Student Affairs Liaison for Underrepresented Medical Student Support and Society Head for the Vastyan Society. She is a member of numerous medical organizations including the American Academy of Family Physicians, the Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians, and the Pennsylvania Medical Society. She is married and has two children.