Is your child fascinated about playing the doctor at home? Then why not make it real! In this class, you child will learn about the daily life of being a doctor, basic anatomy and the human body through a series of interactive activities with Dr. Barry Smith! Your child will also learn how to perform CPR and things they should do when people around them are in danger. At the end of this 4-session class, your child will say the Hippocratic Oath at their WHITE COAT CEREMONY!
This workshop is not offered on a regular basis. Please email us at if you would like to find out about the schedule of this special workshop.
dr. barry smith
Dr. Smith is the attending emergency medicine physician at St. Francis Hospital and attending physician at Queens Medical Center. He is an associate professor at Mt. Sinai and a Board of Trustee member at the Great Neck Library. Dr. Smith is also the medical director of the police, fire and EMS of the City of Yonkers. He was the former director of the emergency room of St. Joseph's Medical Center in Yonkers. Dr. Smith attended medical school at Drexel University in Philadelphia and completed his residency with Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx and his critical care fellowship with Shock Trauma, University of Maryland. Dr. Smith was stationed in Japan as an instructor and a Navy Lieutenant for 5 years and embraced the culture. He has been taking care of both adult and pediatric patients, including the sickest ones during all his professional life. He is a basic life support instructor, an advanced trauma life support and pediatric advanced life support provider with the American Heart Association.
This special workshop is part of an initiative by Entercomm Medical Interpreter Training and Empress EMS Services to cultivate young minds who have the desire and interest to learn about the medical profession and maybe be part of it in the future.