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Observers 2007 2008 2009

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ONBSERVERSHIP Updated for 2009

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  • 1. Fallon Clinic Inc Worcester Medical Center Observership Program OBSERVERS 2007 – 2008 - 2009 from GSMC / KEMH Mumbai
  • 2. Worcester Medical Center __________________________________________________________ OBSERVERSHIP 2009 Dear GSMC / KEMH Interns and Residents, We are in the process of setting up the 2009 "Observership" Program. There are several changes in the set up. 7. Because of limited number of available mentors only 6 - 8 candidates will be selected for the 2009 program. Selection will be based on merit, strength of recommendation letters, scholastic and extra- curricular activities. 2. To assure a spot, the sooner you submit all the required documents the better your chances of confirming a position. Incomplete data will delay your registration and you could lose your priority. 3. Rotations will be assigned on an as available basis. We will try to meet your requests but no guarantees. 4. List of required documents will be sent to you separately. 5. Print out the "Confidentiality Agreement" and sign and print your name where indicated and return a scanned copy with the rest of the documents. 6. Once we receive and review your completed application you will be informed about our decision and rotations. 19 July 2008
  • 3. Worcester Medical Center REQUIREMENTS FOR OBSERVERSHIP PROGRAM 2009 1. GRADUATION CERTIFICATION Copy of M.B.B.S. / M.D. / M.S degree certification. 2. CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENTS by Vanguard Health Care & Fallon Clinic. To be signed by the candidate and the mentor. 3. CURRICULUM VITAE No more than a three page summary of your CV along with a recent photo 4. VACCINATION and DOCUMENTATION absolutely essential. As per attached protocol. 5. RECOMMENDATION LETTERS FROM Dr. Lopa Mehta, Dr. Nithya Gogtay and one other GSMC / KEMH faculty member. 6. WHITE LAB COATS Bring two white lab coats with your name monogrammed above the left pocket. 7. SECURITY and ID BADGES: Will be obtained from Human Recourses office at SVH before starting observership. 8. VISA’S The Observership Program, Fallon Clinic or St. Vincent Hospital cannot sponsor or get involved in any kind of correspondence or documentation regarding VISA application. 9. PASSPORTS and VISA DOCUMENTATION: Scan and email the first two pages of your passport and the approved VISA. 10. HOUSING: Housing is available quite easily around the UMMS / SVH campus. 11. HEALTH INSURANCE: Applicants must provide their own health insurance coverage. 12. DOCUMENTATION: Email electronic copies of all the documents. Updated 10/30/08
  • 4. Worcester Medical Center __________________________________________________________ OBSERVERSHIP IMMUNIZATION RECORDS Name: Dr.___________________________________________________________________ The Fallon Clinic, St. Vincent Hospital and UMMS require that all visiting students and interns show proof of immunity to Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Tetanus/Diphtheria, and Hepatitis B. Proof of a TB skin test and a digital copy of a Chest X-ray should be submitted. Applicants must be free from symptoms of Infectious disease at the start of an elective. The following information must be completed approved and signed by a faculty member in the Department of Microbiology and Radiology at GSMC / KEMH. Tuberculin Skin Test: Type & date: _________________ mm induration ____________ Digital Copy of Chest X-Ray taken within 90 days of starting your elective. Tetanus/Diphtheria: Date given: _______________ A TD booster within last 10 years. Date __________ Hepatitis B Immunization: Hepatitis B Surface Antibody Titer___________________ Measles, Mumps, and Rubella: A history of disease is not acceptable. Attach Laboratory Report. Measles Titre___________Date_____________ Rubella Titer___________ Date_____________ Mumps Titer___________ Date_____________ Chicken Pox (Varicella) Titre________________Date____________ Polio: Students should have received the polio vaccine along with the D-P-T series as a child. Influenza: Annual vaccination every October is recommended for all health care workers. CERTIFIED BY DEPT OF MICROBIOLOGY and RADIOLOGY, GSMC / KEMH Name and Title_____________________________Signature_________________________________ Dept. of Microbiology: Name and Title_____________________________Signature__________________________________ Dept. of Radiology Seal or Stamp of Medical School: _______________________________
  • 5. Wo rc e s te r Me dic al Ce nte r
  • 6. Observers 2007 – 2008 - 2009
  • 7. 2007 Neha Dangayach Sourabh Dani Prerna Mewawalla Nishaki Mehta
  • 8. 2008 Ratnesh Kumar Ankur Sharma Tanmay Panchabhai Sumedh Hoskote
  • 9. 2008 Karishma Mehra Neha Kwatra Surendra Patel Gitanjali Pai
  • 10. 2008 Amir Shaikh Yamin Manveen Kaur Bhussar Neeti Kanodra Nikita Patil
  • 11. 2009 Sushruta Duara Pradnya Patil Kunal Gurav Aditi Naniwadekar
  • 12. fb_menu_friends_dropdown="null" clickboundfb_menu_friends_dropdown="null"> 2009 Dr. Hrishikesh Kulkarni Dr. Neha Rohra Dr. Dhaval Shah Dr. Vivek Pargaonkar
  • 13. OBSERVERSHIP FACULTY Rashmi Patwardhan Alwyn Rapose Joseph Bennotti Robert Bessette William Crooks Curuchi Anand Prof .Med and G. I Asst. Prof. I.D. Associate Prof. Card Associate Prof. I.D. Asst.Prof. Medicine Asst. Prof. G.I. Stephen Desio Deborah Ford Saleem Khanani Laszlo Leb Thomas Mullins Paulomi Kanzaria Associate Prof. Ortho Asst. Prof. Medicine Asst. Prof. Heme / Onc Prof. Heme / Onc Prof/ Neurology Associate Prof. Radiology Robert Honig Kala Seetharaman Harshad Chitre Manjul Shukla Smita Parulkar Idris Dahod Asst. Prof. Medicine Prof. Heme / Onc Asst. Prof. Medicine Asst. Prof. Medicine Asst. Prof. Medicine Asst. Prof. Ped. G.I.
  • 14. Dr. Manveeen Bhussar Dr. Surendra Patel Dr. Deborah Ford St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester, MA
  • 15. Dr. Robert Honig and Dr. Aditi Naniwadekar
  • 16. Dr. Pradnya Patil and Dr. Manjul Shukla
  • 17. Sushruta Duara, Pradnya Patil, Aditi Naniwadekar, Kunal Gurav
  • 18. Dr. Sourabh Dani and Dr. Neha Dangayach
  • 19. Manveen Bhussar Prerna Mewawalla
  • 20. Dr. Harshad Chitre Dr. Tanmay Panchabhai
  • 21. Dr. Nikita Patil Dr. William Crooks Dr. Avi Patwardhan
  • 22. Ratnesh Aasia Sushrut Ankur Sumedh
  • 23. Avinash Patwardhan. Manveen Bhussar Neha Dangayach Nikita Patil
  • 24. Fellowships and Residency placements following Observership Rotations: 1.Dr. Nishaki Mehta, Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Dept. of Molecular Biology and HIV Research at UMMS 2007. 2009 starting residency at UMMS 2. Dr. Sourabh Dani Intern in Medicine at St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester, 2008-2011 3. Dr. Neha Dangayach, Preliminary Internship in Internal medicine at St. Vincent Hospital 2008 2009 Fellowship in Neurology at Case Western Reserve Medical School, Cleveland OH, 4. Dr. Karishma Mehra GYN – Oncology Fellowship at Brigham Women’s Hospital 2008 - 2009 5. Dr. Neeti Kanodra Fellowship in Alternative Medicine / Research in Acupuncture, Harvard Medical School 2008 2009 starting residency at Washington Hospital Center, Georgetown University, DC 6. Dr. Prerna Mewawalla, Fellowship in Oncology at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston 2008 – 2009 2009 Starting Internship at UCONN 7. Dr. Manveen Bhussar, Research Assistant in Infectious Diseases at Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, 2008 -2009 8. Dr. Amir Shaikh, 2009 starting residency at UMMS 9. Dr. Sumedh Hoskote, 2009, starting residency at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, Columbia University, NYC 10. Dr. Tanmay Panchabhai, 2009, starting residency at University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville, KY 11. Dr. Surendra Patel, 2009, starting residency at Cook County Hospital, Chicago 12. Dr. Veena Iyer 2009 Post-doctoral Fellow in Radiology at MGH, Boston 13. Dr. Neha Kwatra, 2009, Radiology fellowship at George Washington University, DC 14. Dr. Nikita Patil, 2009 Research fellow, Pathology, University of Washington, Seattle 15. Dr. Ankur Sharma Awaiting Research Fellowship in Acupuncture, Harvard Medical School 2008 16. Dr. Ratnesh Kumar, Returned to India 17. Dr. Gitanjali Pai 18. Dr. Kunal Gurav, 2009 Post- Doctoral Fellow, Diabetes Research Laboratory, UMMS, Worcester 19. Dr. Hardik Thakkar, Returned to India 20. Dr. Shivkumar Narayanan