Move towards Medical School with Confidence

  • Eligibility

    The Summer Intensive bundles are designed for graduating high school and early undergraduate students who need insight into how to navigate their immediate futures while earning valuable clinical shadowing hours.

  • Session Dates

    Session I: June 14 - July 7

    Tuesdays and Thursdays
    8:00 - 9:30 pm ET

  • Program Cost and Deadline

    Summer I: $599
    Summer 2: $599
    Both Sessions: $999

    Summer I: Register by June 12th!
    Summer II: Register by July 10th!
    Entire Summer Intensive: Register by June 12th!

Summer I Details

HEAL's Summer Intensives are designed to give you the fundamentals of becoming a physician. It is an opportunity to take the first step on your health careers journey.

  • You will receive up to 30 hours of clinical shadowing credit.

  • The fantastic content for Summer I is being offered for $599. The program continues in Summer II which is also offered for $599.
    Take advantage of the entire Summer Intensive for $999.

  • You will learn physician basics such as taking patient histories, the elements of performing a physical exam, and diagnostic testing. You'll even walk through a ReelDx clinical patient case.

  • You'll have the opportunity to participate in mentoring classes designed to help you understand how to find and stand out in research projects and how to best use your campus advisor.

  • You will study four different specialty courses asynchronously. They will give you in-depth knowledge on the basics of Neurology, Internal Medicine, ENT, and Trauma. As they are studied asynchronously, you can complete them at a time that works with your schedule.

Meet the Preceptors

Christopher Behringer, DO

I’m an Osteopathic Family Medicine Physician in Kentucky. I have a special interest in international medicine, lifestyle management, and Osteopathic Manipulation. I have been mentoring undergraduates on their journey to medical school since I was a 2nd year when I became a TA in the Osteopathic Manipulation Lab. I also gave regular didactics to pre-health groups at my alma mater the University of Central Florida. I continue to mentor pre-health undergraduates as well as medical students and look forward to working with more!


Janet Snoyer

Janet’s advising career in Ithaca, NY has involved work as a learning strategies counselor, admissions officer at a university, teacher of college success courses, college success counselor, writer of committee letters for students applying to medical school, and chief advisor at an Ivy League university that sends over 250 applicants to medical school each year. She has advised students on every aspect of the medical and dental admissions cycle.