Either you completed the prerequisites for medical school or you didn’t. There are more than 6 courses required. You also need to take the MCAT and get a better than average score. A PhD in progress for HR is something I’ve never heard of and even if real it is irrelevant. This question sounds bogus.
If this question is real, there is another consideration. At 35 you are not yet ready to even apply to medical school. You might be ready next year and then you would start at 36 and graduate at 40. Being an intern at 26 was not fun. Even though internship and residence is much kinder and gentler now it still would be rough at 40 and then you still have to complete a residence. The number of years that you would be a practicing physician is likely to to too few to waste a position that could go to someone who might practice medicine for 3 or 4 decades.
Edward Leahy, Physician (1987-present)
Source: Quora Digest