Ever since he was young, Anthony Kopiecki felt a pull and a passion towards healthcare and business. Growing up, he was the kid that his friends would turn to when one of them got hurt. It was obvious - for one reason or another - to the people around him that he possessed an natural quality reminiscent of a future physician. Later down the road, Anthony came across a documentary that focused on surgeons providing relief for children born with cleft palates. It was in this moment that Anthony’s passion for people and his attraction to healthcare truly began to merge.
Anthony Kopiecki received his undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Minnesota and his M.D. from St. George’s University School of Medicine. Additionally, he was involved in the Surgery Club and Emergency Medicine Club at SGU where he honed his skills practicing different surgical techniques. Anthony Kopiecki also acted as a tutor in Biochemistry and Physiology for the Department of Educational Services in True Blue, Grenada. He completed his clinical rotations at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center as well as one year of surgical residency at St. Barnabas Medical Center.