Tuesday, April 8th

White Coat Ceremony for Doctors

The WCC or White Coat Ceremony is a relatively new ceremony for students studying medicine was created at the Pritzker School of Medicine at the University of Chicago in 1989. Today, 100+ schools hold WCCs for their student populations.

Participating in a White Coat Ceremony is considered a landmark in a medical student’s studies, although some schools wait to hold the ceremony until graduation. Others do it at the beginning of the school year. No matter when or wherethe ceremony is held, all students receive the same thing—the long, white doctor’s coat they will wear throughout their future career that identifies them as caregivers and healers.

The idea of a White Coat Ceremony is taking hold at medical schools around the world, including Germany, Australia, the UK, Canada and other countries.

Greeting Card Universe congratulates medical students and their achievements, and we know you do, too. Our one-of-a-kind Congratulations/White Coat Ceremony/WCC cards let you show your pride in what the student in your life has accomplished.

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