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Crack Med Admissions

The Cracking Med School Admissions team members are experts when it comes to medical school applications and scholarships. We study applications inside and out. We have gotten students into every top 20 medical school – and win Rhodes, Marshall, and Fulbright Scholarships too.

Now it’s your turn.

We love advising, and we will help you every step of the way. Email us: info@crackingmedadmissions.com

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Meet the Team

medical school consulting

Rachel Rizal

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I went to stanford

Devin Nambiar

Rishi P. Mediratta

Rishi P. Mediratta

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Rishi P. Mediratta grew up in Portage, Michigan and has lived in London, Geneva, and Addis Ababa focusing on wide-ranging public health issues. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a degree in public health from the Johns Hopkins University where he developed medical and public health programs focused on preventing child mortality. While living in Ethiopia, he founded the Ethiopian Orphan Health Foundation, a non-profit that provides community-based health care and education to vulnerable children. As a Marshall Scholar, he further examined the implications of delivering primary care services to children from an anthropological and a public health lens. He received a Masters in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and a Masters in Medical Anthropology from the School of Oriental and African Studies. Rishi has worked with policymakers at the World Bank, the World Health Organization, and the Michigan Department of Community Health. He advises on medical school admissions and fellowship applications and interviews and is a member of Stanford’s Rhodes-Marshall Selection Committee. At Stanford, Rishi is spearheading initiatives to improve population health and primary care opportunities. As your medical school admissions consultant, Rishi will make your AMCAS activities descriptions and essays stand out!
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