Kishore Patsamatla, MD Internal Medicine

MEDICAL EDUCATION:


July 1998-June 2001:              Residency in Internal Medicine 
Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center-Plainfield, New Jersey
affiliated to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital,NJ.
July 1997-June 1998:              Preliminary Residency in Internal Medicine
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center- Brooklyn, New York. 
Aug 1990- May 1997:  Bachelors of Medicine
Bachelors of Surgery (M.B.B.S)
Gandhi Medical College –Hyderabad, India.

Board Certification Internal Medicine

Hospital Affiliations

All Health First Hospitals

Steward Health The Formally Wuesthoff 








 


Ian Day, MD Family Medicine
Medical Education


Medical Doctorate 1996 – Georgetown University School of Medicine, MD Washington, D.C
Internship
Halifax Medical Center, Daytona Beach, Florida
Residency
Halifax Medical Center, Daytona Beach, Florida
Board Certification
Family Practice
Hospital Affiliations
EVERY Hospital in Brevard County

Patrick Berger, D.O. Internal Medicine
Medical Education


Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Fellowship
Geriatric Medicine – Duke University Hospital
Board Certification
Internal Medicine
Hospital Affiliations
All Health First Hospitals
Steward Health
Parrish Medical Center

Mel-Bay Health Care

 Ofelio Rodriguez MD Internal Medicine


EDUCATION HISTORY
06/1991 Universidad Central Del Este Medicine, Doctoral
Degree
06/1988 PUCMM,Santiago,DR Medicine, Doctoral
Degree
06/1999 San Juan VAMC,San Juan PR Internal Medicine,
Internal Medicine
Residency
CERTIFICATIONS & HONORS
08/1999 Board Certified IM ABIM

Lisa A. Baker RN MSN ARNP FNP-C

​​Board certified nurse practitioner with outstanding patient and client relations, clinical judgment, and diagnostic skills. Independent diagnostician with collaborative talent in working well with multiple departments, disciplines, and personnel cohesively toward betterment of patients. Energized by patient satisfaction and wellness. Focused on providing quality care and maintaining direct lines of communication with patients and the entire healthcare team. Superb interpersonal and leadership skills. More than 26 years in nursing and healthcare. 

​Education 

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE I 1992 I KSU

  • ​Major: Nursing, RN

​​BACHELOR OF SCIENCE I 2016 I KEISER UNIVERSITY

  • Major: Nursing​

​​MASTERS OF SCIENCE I 2018 I KEISER UNIVERSITY

  • Major: Nursing​

​​FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER! 2018 I KEISER UNIVERSITY

  • ​Major: Family Practice









​Luis Daniel Correa Luna MD Internal Medicine


Education

​Dr. Ramon Ruiz Arnau University Hospital, Universidad Central del Caribe School of Medicine. 

  • ​Internal Medicine Residency Program. July 1, 2002 -June 30, 2005.​

​​Internship/Transitional year.

  • ​Hospital Metropolitano. San German, P.R. July 1, 2001 -June 30, 2002.

​​Board Review Course. Kaplan Center.

  • Board Preparation course in Houston Texas. July 1, 2000 -June 30, 2001.​

​​Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, MX.

  • Medicine Doctor Degree. August 21, 1996 -June 9, 2000.


​Preceptorships and Clinical Training in Diagnosis and Management of HIV/AIDS. University of Puerto Rico. December 2015 -February 2016. 
Objective: 



• Identify, contrast and justify the role, uses, and complications of
antiretroviral therapy as a treatment option according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
• Describe the major issues of age and gender appropriate HIV care including management of special populations such as pregnant women, and gay,
lesbian or transgender patients.
• Identify and treat HIV disease, HIV complications and co-morbid conditions in the primary care setting.
• Identify new diagnostic and therapeutic modalities for HIV and
comorbidities associated with HIV.
• Identify and access resources and standard of care protocols for HIV/ AIDS patients that can be immediately applied to any clinical setting.
• Describe legislation and/or recommendations about HIV testing,
confidentiality, access to medical care, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP).
• Identify the modes of transmission of HIV and epidemiology of the disease and related infections.
• Identify and implement strategies to provide culturally competent care to
patients with HIV/AIDS.


• Identify and implement strategies that support HIV risk reduction, increased HIV testing, and improved patient linkage and retention in care.
• Formulate a clinical practice plan that promotes an interdisciplinary team
approach to working with patients along the HIV Care Continuum:
identifying potential barriers and strategies for success.






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