Amewoke Adamaley is one of hundreds of foreign-trained doctors in the state who face hurdles to practicing in America.
By JOEY PETERS | SAHAN JOURNAL
Amewoke Adamaley graduated from medical school seven years ago and has been in the health care sector ever since. But he isn’t working as the doctor he’s trained to be. Instead, he’s a nursing assistant at M Health Fairview University of Minnesota’s east bank hospital. That’s because Adamaley, who earned his medical degree from Southern Medical University in Guangzhou, China, has a tougher pathway to practicing medicine in the U.S. than doctors who were trained in America.Continue reading “A Ghanaian Doctor, Trained In China, Wants To Help Minnesota Fight Covid-19”