Jacobi Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Women’s Health Track; Internal Medicine Chief Resident
General Internal Medicine; Hospice and Palliative Care Medicine
I am a board-certified specialist in internal medicine who joined Memorial Sloan Kettering in 2011. I am a career academic hospitalist — a physician who specializes in the comprehensive care of people while they are in the hospital. My current focus is on the care of people with gastrointestinal cancers. I am responsible for coordinating their clinical care and management throughout their entire stay in the hospital — from admission to the inpatient medical ward until they leave the hospital. I am also interested in hospital quality initiatives, as well as palliative care and hospice medicine. I help patients and families navigate the complex nature of end-of-life issues.
In addition to my clinical work, I have a strong interest in the education of young physicians and am involved in teaching both medical students and residents. I currently serve as Program Director for rotating house staff, working closely with the medicine chief resident to provide exemplary training of our transitional-year interns and rotating house staff.
After receiving my MD degree in 2000 from SUNY Downstate Medical Center, I trained in internal medicine with a concentration in women’s health at Jacobi Medical Center, an affiliate of Albert Einstein College of Medicine. I was then chosen to be a chief resident, responsible for the management of the internal medicine residency program. I subsequently worked as an academic hospitalist at Yale-New Haven Hospital and then Jacobi Medical Center where I served as director of the hospitalist program. I then moved to Los Angeles where I served as an academic hospitalist and an associate director of the residency training program at Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center, an affiliate of Keck School of Medicine.
Awards and Honors
Dorothy White Division of General Medicine Teacher of the Year Award, Memorial Sloan Kettering (2013-2014)
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