Being different is a unique character trait that some begrudgingly accept while others embrace and magnify the gift. Ross University School of Medicine alumna Sonal Bhatia, MD ’02, is an inspirational physician who pushes the envelope to help others who are ‘different’ and gives back to those who need a supportive voice.
With the motto — “The needs of the patient come first” — three Ross University School of Medicine grads are dedicated to uplifting patient care for residents in neighboring Central Brooklyn, New York communities with health and equity disparities as they begin their chief residencies at Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center, part of One Brooklyn Health System (OBHS).
What does it mean to be named a chief resident? Your residency program director and/or peers feel that you are capable and ready to handle additional responsibilities in postgraduate training—such as mentoring and advocating for other members of your team, doing work to support overall program objectives, and other added leadership or administrative duties.
An alumni ambassador working to address disparities based on sexual orientation in medical education and patient care
She encourages women of Pacific Islander descent to pursue careers as physicians
While at RUSM, Dr. Dike has demonstrated a passion for learning as well as a commitment to leadership and professional development.
Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) alum Erine Raybon-Rojas, MD, ‘08 was always clear about her personal mission, long before becoming a pulmonary critical care intensivist. During her childhood, Dr.
Transplants offer a second chance for patients
Even as a young child in kindergarten, Uyi Aisueni had grand ambitions, which fell nothing short of becoming a prominent physician making a huge impact on patients’ lives.
Restoring vision for patients is a family affair
His fascination with sports and medicine is the perfect combination