The Experience

“In Phi Delta Epsilon we really felt like we were all in it together… being with that group of similar people, it was really helpful for preparing for med school, but also figuring out if medicine was really what you wanted to do.”— Dr. Amritpal Arora (UBC Medicine Class of 2006, and former member of … Continue reading The Experience


Over 100 Years of Integrity Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical Fraternity was founded in 1904 by a group of persecuted Jewish medical students, led by Aaron Brown, at Cornell University. In 1908, the amalgamation of PhiDE with another medical fraternity, Alpha Phi Sigma, led to rapid expansion, and the organization is now the oldest and largest … Continue reading History


Pre-meds and philanthropy go hand-in-hand. In addition to the numerous causes and organizations our members are involved with individually, we as a chapter are always out and about giving back to our communities and supporting organizations who need our help the most. Current chapter activities include: Fundraising for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Hospitality Volunteers with … Continue reading Philanthropy

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What’s the difference between PhiDE and the other pre-med clubs on campus? A: We like to think that the main difference is the social experience. Our chapter takes great pride in our roots as a fraternal organization and we encourage strong friendships between our members through our service and social activities. Many of our … Continue reading Frequently Asked Questions