WHO WE ARE
 
HARLEM
ATTENDINGS

NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED AWARD WINNING FACULTY 

Edward Chew MD

Chair, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Anjali Hulbanni MD

Patient Safety Officer, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Avinash Viswanath MD

Ultrasound Director

Destiny Judkins MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Felicia Hercules MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Robin Kim MD

Director of Pediatric ED

Michael Meguerdichian MD

IMSAL Simulation Director, Harlem Simulation Center Medical Director

Jeanette Haslett MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Taiwo Odufunade MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Daniel Lakoff MD

Associate Director, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Dennis Brown MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Georgia Davies MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Reynold Trowers MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Christina Eng MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Mike Chang MD

Medical Student Site Director, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Tony Wright MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Jimmy Feng MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Cara Taubman MD, MPH

Assistant Program Director

Sharla Bryan DO

Assistant Professor of EM

Laura Riley MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Steve Ko MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

Michael Bouton MD, MBA

Chief Medical Information Officer on the NYC HHC Hospital System

Abraham Chacko MD

Assistant Professor of EM

Zachary Blankenship DO

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University

 
 
METROPOLITAN 
ATTENDINGS

NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED AWARD WINNING TEACHING FACULTY 

Gregory Almond MD, MPH, MS
Chief of Service, Chair

Frosso Adamakos MD, FACEP

Vice Chair of Education, Assistant Professor of EM

Toussaint Reynolds MD

Assistant Professor of EM

Dileep Aiyagari MD

Austin Choi DO

Director of Faculty Development, Assistant Professor EM

Roger Chirurgi MD, FAAEM

Program Director, Associate Dean of Student Affairs, Associate Professor of EM

Mona Singh MD

Assistant Professor of EM

Christina Ciraco DO

Assistant Program Director, Clerkship Director

Rania Habal MD, FACEP

Assistant Professor of EM

Robert Leviton MD

Physician Advisor

Usama Bin Tahir MD

Dahlia Bergmann-Dumont MD 
Simulation Director

Getaw Hassen MD, PhD

Research Director, Professor of EM, Simulation Site Director

Sonja Jauhal MD

Assistant Program Director, Ultrasound Site Director

Samrina Kahlon MD, MPH

Patient Safety Officer, Associate Professor of EM

Jean-Paul Menoscal MD

Patient Experience Officer, Assistant Professor of EM

Rajnish Jaiswal MD

Associate Chief of EM, Assistant Professor of EM, Deputy Medical Director

Hossein Kalantari MD

Associate Director of Research, Professor of EM

Monica Parraga MD

Assistant Professor of EM

Rajeswari Pingle MD

Assistant Professor of EM

Ronald Shaw MD

Assistant Professor of EM

Anthony Almeida DO

Defne Nayman MD

Assistant Professor of EM

Mauricio Gonzalez Arias MD 
 

 

"I have had the pleasure of working here since finishing my Emergency Medicine residency at Brooklyn Hospital in 1994. have always wanted to work and serve in a population that was underserved in terms of access to great medical care and help patients of color who may feel more comfortable getting care from a professional who "looks like them" in their community. I have witnessed the growth and change at Harlem Hospital, as it evolves to keep pace with the continuous changes of the greater health care system, and the Emergency Department now has a joint Emergency Medicine Residency program with Metropolitan Hospital, which was a long time coming. I certainly have enjoyed working these many years at this institution and look forward to my continued contributions to this community."- Dr. Toni Wright, Harlem Attending since 1994 

"Born and raised in NYC, I learned at an early age the value of public service from my father, Dr. Roscoe C. Brown, Sr. who served in the U.S Public Health Service during the pandemic of 1919 and from my father, Dr. Roscoe C. Brown, Jr. who served in the segregated U.S Army Air Corp during WWII as a member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen and a pioneer of Sports Medicine. It is on their shoulders that I have served the community of Harlem for over 3 decades, providing care to friends and family as well as patients from literally all over the globe. I was taught that once you find your passion in life it becomes your responsibility to share it with others. Emergency Medicine is my passion. I have been fortunate to find this unique opportunity and serve at Harlem Hospital. We should never forget that it is our service to others that matters and in the end it is our service to others that will endure"- Dr. Dennis Brown, Harlem Attending since 1998

"I had the privilege of becoming a true son of Metropolitan Hospital, as I trained there both in internal and emergency medicine. We have a long history of fostering diversity, learning and camraderie. I am honored to start my career as an attending in the Metropolitan Emergency Department, and I am certainly looking forward to add to the amazing repertoire of experienced physicians who work here. One of my main interests is medical student and resident education.  Our program has a well-rounded faculty which has the power to create a deep and meaningful academic experience for learners. My main interests are cardiovascular emergencies and pharmacology. Outside of practicing medicine, the department and leadership are always eager to promote staff wellbeing, intellectual development and establish long-lived relationships. As a new attending, I am looking forward to this new chapter in my professional path and it is an honor to do so at Metropolitan Hospital." Dr. Mauricio Gonzalez Arias, Metropolitan Attending and Alumni, CEO Human Restoration Program, Founder Medical Immersion VeggiePower, @dr.mauriciogonzalez

""As a graduate of the Met-Harlem residency program, I have had the immense fortune of receiving my training and founding education here. I am honored and eager to serve as Simulation director for the Emergency Department. Simulation is an ever growing and exciting field, and I will strive to expand the learning experience for future residents. Met-Harlem has been at the forefront of innovation in resident education and instruction and was one of the first departments in the country to include simulation learning as an integral part of the training curriculum. With a dedicated 3D-Printer lab, we augment simulation teaching with realistic life size models. Our state-of-the-art Ultrasound machines enhance learning and provide critical training for students and residents. Outside of didactics the department and leadership are committed to staff wellness, faculty development, leadership training while maintaining a friendly and nurturing environment. As a new attending, I am looking forward to this new chapter in my career and feel humbled to do so with the Met-Harlem family and well as the East Harlem community." - Dr. Dahlia Bergmann-Dumont, Metropolitan ED Simulation Director and Alumni

 
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Alejandro Cardenas MD

Universidad de Antioquia Facultad de Medina

I am from Colombia and came to New York four years ago. I did research in Emergency Medicine before starting my residency. 

I like to dance, rock climbing, reading, movies, art. 

 

I love my classmates. We are family! 

Dan Mor DO

Academic and Wellness Chief Resident

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine

I was born and raised in New York. I went to Binghamton University for undergrad and attended NYCOM for medical school.

Outside of medicine, my interests include travel, food, paint balling, motorcycles, cars,  and playing the guitar.

Danny Choy DO

Harlem/WMC Scheduling and Admin Chief Resident

Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine - New York

I am a self-proclaimed geek; I love video games and board games because they are great ways to have fun with your friends. I'm also a consummate adventurous foodie, so you can often find me at some new restaurant in town if I ever find time and money. While it’s not quite as thrilling, I’m also a heavy couch potato. Nothing recharges my secretive introvert-ness than relaxing and watching tv/movies with my fiancé. 

 

My brain speaks a million miles a minute, so I am drawn to the organized chaos of the ED. Beyond the emergency medicine, my interest also involve global and public health. I majored in Public Health and joined Peace Corps Zambia after graduated undergrad. There, I extended health education to communities through numerous programs involving HIV/AIDS, malaria, maternal and child health, nutrition, water sanitation, and personal hygiene. Being a returned Peace Corps volunteer, I'm all about making systems better. 

 

What I love about MetHarlem is how familial and supportive we are with each other. Everyone is down to earth, willing to go above and beyond to help each other, and the staff continually push us to become better. We might not have the state of the art etc. but we have state of the art people. 

Ali Elnatour DO

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

I'm the CIR Delegate/Coordinator and the Off-Service Education Director. My Emergency Medicine interests are international medicine/ global health, residents education and wellness. 

When I'm not working in the ED, I enjoy spending time with my wife and two beautiful daughters. Some of my favorite things to do include spontaneous trips up or out of state with my family or just relaxing with friends after a shift.

Yitzy Goldsmith DO

Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine - Middletown

I graduated from Touro COM in Middletown, NY and I commute to NYC from Rockland County, NY.
I live with my wife and four kids. Between the constant homework, broken things around the house, and maintaining three aquariums, I never have a quiet moment.

 

I enjoy kayaking, hiking, fishing, playing guitar or piano, welding and fixing broken things. Having spent many years as a volunteer EMT, I am interested in pursuing a career in EMS together with ER.

Lana Mizraie Joinani MD

American University of Antigua College of Medicine

I was born and raised in Sweden. Moved to California for College because I watched too much Baywatch. I ended up in the Caribbean for medical school because nothing went as planned, yet I ended up with my dream career (minus the pandemic). I have surfed once and now I like to say that I love to surf in my spare time.

Jennifer Pusztay DO

Metropolitan Scheduling and Admin Chief Resident

University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine

Hi! I’m originally from Connecticut and graduated from UNECOM. My ED interests include ultrasound and peds EM.  

 

Outside of the ED I like traveling (pre-covid), exploring NYC, boxing, and spending time with my residency fam. 

George Russo DO

Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine - New York

I came to New York City for med school and fell in love with the fast-paced, big living lifestyle. MetHarlem was my obvious choice for the multiple learning sites with a diverse patient population and incredibly knowledgable faculty. There is never a dull moment.

Something that has made residency even more special is the camaraderie between the classes whether its working in the ED, studying together, enjoying a wellness day or hanging in my backyard. MetHarlem draws hard-working, compassionate and all around amazing people to the program that I've had the privilege of getting to know and learning alongside.

When Im not in the ER, you can find me looking for the best gyro in the city, gardening or paddle-boarding where I can.

Evan Yates DO

Western University of Health Sciences - College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific

Hometown: San Francisco, CA
Why medicine? Growing up, the only thing I ever wanted to be as an adult was a super hero (you can imagine the disappointment when a young Evan realizes this isn't a normal career trajectory). After finally accepting this fate, I decided that being a doctor is probably the next closest thing to a super hero, so here we are. 

 

After MetHarlem I am planning on pursuing an Ultrasound Fellowship. MetHarlem gives me a high level of autonomy in pursuing healthcare related projects not directly related to medicine. I took a year off of medical school and completed an MBA, during that time I became acquainted with Met and was instantly trusted with spearheading research projects- at the time was the implementation and development of our 3D-printing simulation center. There is no other program that I found that gives you the freedom and has the resources at their disposal to facilitate success other than Met. 

Outside of medicine: spending time with my dog (Thor), exploring Manhattan (pre-Covid), doing my best to have some semblance of an athletic capacity. 

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Britt Andersen MD, PhD

Washington University

My path to MetHarlem has been a little winding, but very rewarding. I grew up in Denmark and completed the International Baccalaureate. At age 19 I moved to Uganda where I spent six months volunteering at an HIV clinic. At this time I decided that I wanted pursue a career in medicine. I then moved to the US for my undergraduate education. I got my BS from UMBC in Baltimore, and it was during this time that I discovered research by working at an HHMI lab studying HIV. I then moved to Saint Louis, Missouri to join the MSTP at Washington University. Here I completed my PhD in microbiology. For my thesis project I studied lymphatic filariasis and my main study sites were in the Ivory Coast and Indonesia. At this time I decided that I also wanted to pursue a career in global health.

 

Emergency Medicine was a great option to combine my interests. I wanted to complete my training in New York City because I wanted to work with a diverse patient population and be able to live in an amazing city. I love living in Harlem!

Billel Djemil DO

Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine - New York

I was born in Algeria and my hometown in Brooklyn. I recently graduated from TouroCOM harlem and when Im not in the hospital, I love swimming, handball, hiking, and anything else having to do with nature.

 

It is a true blessing from God to be where I'm at. Looking forward to learning and serving NYC alongside amazing faculty and colleagues.

Stephany Jaramillo MD

Universidad Icesi

I was born in Cali, Colombia and spent two years as a researcher with the University of Pittsburgh, time in which I discovered my passion for academia. At MetHarlem, I have found brilliant and amazing individuals that have become not only friends but family; I found a supporting and encouraging community where I can thrive as an outstanding emergency physician.

 

Im interested in medical education, austere medicine and cardiac arrest. I'm a competitive Cross-fit athlete and running enthusiast; I love backpacking and couch-surfing as the way to connect to a global community of travelers. Photography, cooking and salsa dancing are my favorite things to do outside of the hospital and the gym. 

Negar Mafi MD

Iran University of Medical Sciences

I Graduated from Iran University of Medical Sciences, worked as a general practitioner and realized I needed the adrenalin!

I enjoy hiking, nature photography, and cooking international recipes.

Tymour Malik DO

Nova Southeastern University

I grew up in Saratoga, California and studied molecular biology at UCLA. After undergrad I did research in NYC followed by a Master's degree in Chicago. I then moved back to California and began scribing at an ER in Santa Rosa and trimming trees with the Davey Tree Co. Most recently I graduated medical school at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 

 

I love climbing rocks and trees, I like most things outdoors, and I play the guitar once in a while. Now I'm grateful to be back in New York City for my residency training with MetHarlem EM!

Amin Mohamadi MD, MPH

Tehran University of Medical Sciences

I was born and raised in Iran. After graduating from medical school I moved to Boston to pursue a post-doctoral research fellowship at Harvard Medical School. My studies have been published in more than 50 peer-reviewed articles, several media releases, and multiple presentations at national and international conferences.

 

Top-notch training within different hospitals and high patient volume with different acuity, in addition to academic research opportunities and exemplary sense of community among residents and attendings motivated me to pursue my emergency medicine training at MetHarlem EM program. In my free time, I enjoy running and cooking while I keep my eyes on gym openings.

Sonam Jindal DO

Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine

Hello there! I was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. Being a true Ohioan, I attended THE Ohio State University for undergrad and then made my way over to the southwest for medical school. In my free time, I enjoy dancing, running, grilling, traveling, trying (and frequently failing) to play new instruments, and playing Assassin’s Creed (can’t wait for Valhalla). Within EM, I’m interested in International/Global Medicine and Ultrasound. I’m so excited to train in New York and work alongside the MetHarlem EM family!

Wafa Muhammad MD

Allama Iqbal Medical College

NYC has a special place in my heart. I never have second thoughts when it comes to living in the city and training in one of the pioneer EM programs of NY. 

I feel so lucky to have friends like family at my workplace, which is undoubtedly the biggest strength of the program.

My professional interests are administration, austere/global medicine, leadership and medical education.

When I’m out of work, you’ll find me painting, traveling, trying different cuisines and spending time with my family.

Nora Mustafa MD

Rowan School of Medicine

Hi there! I’m Nora. My interests in Emergency Medicine include Feminism in EM and POCUS. I chose the MetHarlem program because of the diverse patient experience throughout our three sites. Other than that, I love playing with my one year old son, traveling the world with my husband, good food, hiking, online shopping, and binge watching shows.

Elissa Owen MD

St. George's University - School of Medicine

Originally from Austin, Texas, I came to NYC by way of California, Pennsylvania, and Grenada. I worked as an EMT before going to med school and although I tried to keep an open mind about what type of medicine to go into, my heart was pretty much dead set on Emergency Medicine from the start.

 

When I’m not at the hospital I enjoy being active outdoors (hiking, biking, snowboarding, surfing), reading, cooking, and growing pumpkins in my backyard in Brooklyn.

Angadpreet Sidhu DO

Touro University - California

I grew up in the bay area in Pleasanton, California and attended California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo for undergrad, majoring in Biological Sciences with the concentration of anatomy, physiology and Microbiology. I attended Touro University California for both masters and medical school.
 

My EM interests are admin, quality control, and medical education. My outside interests are basketball, going to the gym, hiking, video games (Nintendo switch and NBA 2k), binging tv shows, making bad jokes, and just hanging out with friends.
 

What I love about MetHarlem is having three different hospital centers with three different patient populations, including a true trauma center at Harlem. The place, Manhattan. And most importantly, the people.

Kourosh Yazdani MD

St. George's University - School of Medicine

I have cultural ties to Dubai, Iran, and India. When it comes to EM, I love that I have the opportunity to interact with people on their worst days and help make that day a little better by providing the best care possible.

Outside of EM, I enjoy scuba diving whenever I get the chance and caring for exotic animals like Ravens, Snakes, Iguanas, and many more! 

A few things I absolutely love about MetHarlem is the camaraderie and love I've felt in my first few weeks of being a part of the team. From having supportive seniors to who I confidently believe is the most enthusiastic and caring Program Director one could ever wish for. They have made the transition into residency as smooth as it possibly be and I'm excited to spend the next few years working alongside this team! 

Joseph Rodriguez DO

Ohio Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine

I'm Joe Rodriguez. I went to Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens, OH.  I received my bachelor's and master's degrees in Nutrition from Case Western Reserve University.

I'm so excited to be in NYC to get amazing EM training. I have a strong interest in Ultrasound and Disaster Medicine. I was born and grew up in Cleveland, OH. I watch and play all sports, with football and baseball as my favorites (Go Tribe and Brownies)!  CrossFit has been my stress reliever and passion outside of medicine, competing in team competitions along with getting training certificates to coach it as well.

 
 
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Issam Beydoun DO

Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine

I was born in Panama of Lebanese descent and moved to the USA at the age of 10. I attended Michigan State University for undergrad (go green!) and moved to Florida for medical school. I love to cook and host. I am the happiest when people are enjoying my homecooked food. I enjoy making new friends and being social. I enjoy traveling and meeting people from all over the world. I love the sun, the beach, and palm trees which makes me a Miami boy at heart but I am so excited to move to NYC because of its rich diversity and fast-paced lifestyle. I cannot wait to begin my life as a MetHarlem Emergency Medicine resident!

Katherine Bruce DO

Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine-Middletown

I was born & raised in New Jersey and went to college in Washington, DC. Before medical school, I worked as an Emergency Department technician for a few years and developed a love for all things Emergency Medicine. I graduated from TouroCOM in Middletown, NY & I'm thrilled to be living & working in New York City! 

 

My EM specific interests include medical education, administration, and critical care. Outside of medicine, I enjoy true crime media, spending time with friends, trying new restaurants, & relaxing with a good book!

Edward Cheung MD

AUC

Growing up I aspired to be the next action movie star like Uncle Jackie Chan, but my mom told me I'd bring dishonor to my family. After college I worked a few different jobs and realized I wanted a career that would allow me to help others, so I joined a K pop boy band. After that fiasco I decided to perpetuate the stereotype and become a doctor.

 

On my free time I enjoy long walks on the beach, dinners by candle light, writing poetry, star gazing etc.

Tyler DeLaughder DO

Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine (AZCOM)

I'm a California boy who enjoys the outdoors! From surfing to hiking a mountain, I'm down for any kind of physical activity. I am lucky enough to have my beautiful fiancé Stephanie who also enjoys the outdoors and dancing. We like to make it a competition as two type A people usually do. We both love our adorable corgi Max who comes with us on our adventures and usually makes friends with everyone he meets! I'm excited to work with the MetHarlem team and look forward to cherishing some fantastic memories!

Johana Gonzalez MD

Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM)

Hi! I’m from Cali, Colombia and I went to Med School in Havana, Cuba. I am interested in global health and austere medicine.

Outside of medicine, I love visiting new places, hiking, learning from other cultures, dancing, and trying new foods (as long as it isn’t too spicy!)... And sometimes, I just enjoy unplugging and doing nothing.

Tamseela Gurru MD

St. George's University

I’m from Texas and have been in NYC for the past 2 years. I love this city and am so excited to be training in it. I chose Met/Harlem because you see great diversity in terms of the patient population and pathology. I also love that you get to train in multiple different hospital settings. 

 

Outside of medicine, I love to travel and have been to 23 countries. I also love to play Call of Duty Zombies and Catan. In my free time, I enjoy going to new restaurants only to try the same dish. I also love spending time with my two dogs, a Maltese and Yorkie!

Bisma Hussain MD

Ross University School of Medicine

Hi! I’m a Jersey girl born and raised. I am honored to be a part of the Met/Harlem EM family and serve the diverse population of NYC. My interests in Emergency Medicine include ultrasound and critical care medicine. Outside of medicine my interests range greatly from traveling the world to kicking back and binge watching Netflix, and of course, enjoying good food!

Kyle Kennedy DO

American University of Antigua

I was born and raised in Long Island, NY. Working as an EMT before medical school I knew EM was the right choice for me. There is no better place to train than my home city with a diverse and underserved population! My interests in EM include critical care and medical education as I love tutoring. 

Outside of EM, I love to be outdoors and active. I mainly enjoy soccer, basketball, biking, and snowboarding but I am always down for new things and new adventures. 

Natcha (Fon) Rummaneethorn MD, MPH

St. George's University

Hi, my name is Fon, originally from Bangkok, Thailand. The combo of my Chinese ancestry as a Thai person with my passion for traveling molded my love for cultural diversity over the years! Going from Thailand to the US to Grenada, my life journey exposed me to numerous beautiful cultures. Thus, getting to remain in NYC after spending almost 10 years of my life here was like a dream come true! NYC is like my heaven since I enjoy eating and tasting new cuisines, going to museums, doing recreational activities, etc. On top of that, I believe training in NYC, where diversity and inclusion is strongly evident, will build both clinical and cultural competence in me as a proud EM physician! :)

 

I am SO happy and excited to join and become a part of the MetHarlem family! Looking forward to enjoying, learning, and growing with everyone!!!

Jesse Singh MD

IAU College of Medicine

Hi everyone! My name is Jesse and I was born and raised in Queens, NY. Like almost every native New Yorker, I’m a diehard Knicks fan. After graduating from Stony Brook University for undergrad, I went to the Caribbean for medical school. I’m grateful that I’ve joined the MetHarlem EM residency to serve my community and get to stay close to home. On my time off I love playing basketball, spending time with my family/friends and exploring the concrete jungle for fun new adventures.

Vanessa Palomares MD

Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine

I was born and raised in California. For my undergraduate education, I attended UC San Diego. I worked as an ED medical scribe prior to attending medical school in Chicago. My ED interests include medical education, community and global medicine, and pediatric emergency medicine. I am excited to be in NYC and receive invaluable EM training at MetHarlem with diverse patient populations.

 

In my free time, I enjoy puzzles, board games, gaming, traveling, and outdoor activities (theme parks, grilling, kayaking, walking, etc).

Andre Sapp MD
University of Sciences, Arts, and Tech (USAT) Montserrat

I spent  my childhood traveling with my parents primarily in Northern Africa, India and Europe. I graduated from the Virginia Military Institute with a Us Army Commission as a Parachute Infantry Officer. After my first stint in the Army I applied to and  graduated from Drexel University’s Physician Assistant Program. I Spent  twelve years as a Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant for University Of Maryland Hospital group, Urgent Care clinics and with the Army Reserve. During my time in the Army Reserve I have served as a Medical Specialist Officer in Honduras, Guatemala, Panama, Belize and most recently the United States in response to the COVID-19 crisis.  I received My Medical Doctorate from the University of Sciences, Art and Technology, Montserrat.

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MetHarlem’s alumni span across the country and the world. They have gone on to do fellowships in wilderness medicine, EMS, ultrasound, toxicology and critical care as well as many more while others pursue administrative or academic positions right out of residency often at prestigious coveted academic institutions.

 

Other alumni have taken the community medicine route and work in local communities all around the country including high paying jobs and some have even chosen exciting international careers around the world. Quite a few even stay on per-diem or come on as full time faculty! We have a long history of residents getting their top career choices upon graduation.

 
2020 Graduates

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