March 23, 2022
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By the time Paul Delgado was a teenager she knew she wanted to do something for people and communities that were most in need of help.
“I didn’t really know why medicine at first, but it somehow felt like a calling, to the point that I moved countries at 13 years old without my immediate family,” said Delgado, who was born in Oklahoma and raised in Mexico City before moving back to Oklahoma as a young teen.
“Later during my undergraduate training, I realized the impact health disparities have on racial and ethnic minority populations in our state. Throughout the years, I have worked with and have committed to serve communities that are disproportionately impacted by those inequalities,” she said.
When it came to deciding on a medical school to attend, Delgado said she knew a main focus of OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine was helping underserved communities in Oklahoma. Read more here.