Recognized as a leading organization, MedSmarter has been nominated for an IMPACT Regional Business Award.
Reflective of Gwinnett and metro Atlanta, the program pays tribute to premier organizations in top industries that are driving economic development and job creation while enhancing our quality of life.
“It is truly an honor to be nominated for the IMPACT Regional Business Award, I see MedSmarter as the “Jerry McGuire” of our industry, a more personalized approach, and a focus on quality over quantity. It’s an incredible feeling when students share their successes and struggle with us; hugs and chocolates, emotional screams of joy, tears of accomplishment make what we do worthwhile. It is amazing and humbling to be recognized for what we love to do,” said Don Mahmood, Chief Business Officer of MedSmarter.
Recipients will be selected in the following sectors:
- AEC (Architecture, Engineering & Construction)
- Information Technology
- Small Business
An overall IMPACT Regional Business Awards recipient will be selected from one of the above category winners.
“Now in its fifth year, the program has provided exposure to more than 1,500 best-in-class businesses. Bringing together leaders across these important industries is another example of how the Gwinnett Chamber can fulfill its mission to serve as a community forum,” said Dr. Dan Kaufman, president & CEO of the Gwinnett Chamber.
The awards ceremony will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 8, at the Infinite Energy Forum. For more information, visit ImpactBusinessAwards.com.
|Best described as a hybrid of tutoring and classroom learning, MedSmarter offers USMLE and Residency Prep courses for Medical Students, IMGs, and Physicians seeking a career in Medicine in the United States. Our high yield programs with a focus-oriented approach (offered in a variety of blended learning opportunities) maintain a pass rate of 98% or higher. The #1 Goal is to help Medical Students succeed in their journey to practice medicine in the US. Our board-certified instructors provide the personal attention students need and the professional guidance future physicians deserve.|