Family Medicine Osteopathic small group 2020

About the Program

Our Commitment to Osteopathic Family Medicine

Our mission is to train osteopathic Family Physicians that excel in their medical knowledge, clinical practice, professionalism, commitment to life-long learning, and service and leadership in their communities. We promote this development in an environment grounded in our osteopathic heritage, caring for the mind-body-sprint and promoting whole person and whole family care. All of our residency positions are ACGME accredited with Osteopathic Recognition.

Residency Faculty

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Kamini Geer, MD

Program Director

Dominique DiLorenzo, MD

Maternity Care FM Faculty

Samantha Cotler, DO, MBA

Samantha Cotler, DO, MBA

FM Faculty and ONMM3 Faculty

Martin Torrents, DO

Martin Torrents, DO

FM Faculty and ONMM3 Program Director

Alyaz Somji, DO

Faculty Hospitalist

Naz Gandikal, DO

Assistant Director of Inpatient Services

Shing-Yu Lin, MD

Faculty Hospitalist

Timothy Spruill, Ed.D

Associate Director for Behavioral Sciences

Current Residents

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Alexander Jayson Lo, DO

Alexander Jayson Lo, DO

PGY- 3

Amena Payami, DO

Amena Payami, DO

PGY- 3

Alanksha Samal, OD

Akanksha Samal, DO

PGY- 3

Branden Shlansky, DO

Branden Shlansky , DO

PGY- 3

Benjamin James Cottrell, DO

Benjamin James Cottrell, DO

PGY- 3

Mark Fersch, DO

Mark Fersch, DO

PGY- 3

Madhumita Lettman, DO

Madhumita Lettman, DO

PGY- 3

Zaeem Qureshi, MD

Zaeem Qureshi, DO

PGY- 3

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Timothy Brown, DO

PGY-2

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Zachary Campos, DO

PGY-2

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Janet Chen, DO

PGY-2

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Brett DeVoursney, DO

PGY-2

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Loreal Dolar, DO

PGY-2

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Ahrash Khajaei, DO

PGY-2

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Andrew Rocker, DO

PGY-2

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Margaret Yip, DO

PGY-2

AHS Physician

Diego Castillo, DO

PGY- 1

AHS Physician

Natalie Gallagher, DO

PGY- 1

AHS Physician

Rachel Hibberd, DO

PGY- 1

AHS Physician

Sheng-Yi Lim, DO

PGY- 1

AHS Physician

Timmi Maxmillian, DO

PGY- 1

AHS Physician

Katherine Patterson, DO

PGY- 1

AHS Physician

Brysson Phan, DO

PGY- 1

AHS Physician

Rida Rasool, DO

PGY- 1

Published Work and Poster Presentations

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  • Zaeem Qureshi, DO and Sean McCann, DO

    Lisinopril and Small Bowel Obstruction; A Case Study on ACE Inhibitor-induced Angioedema.

  • Michelle Kuruvilla, DO

    Epidural Hematomas in Newborns: A Case Study

  • Rodrigo Urcia, DO

    An Analysis of an Enlarging Mycotic Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm in
    the Setting of Salmonella Enteritis

Curriculum

Founded in the osteopathic tradition, the program integrates the principles of continuity, whole person, and family care, while maintaining a guided philosophy of caring for the mind-body-spirit with attention to its relation to health. Our curriculum is designed to train our residents to become osteopathic family physicians to the highest scope of their specialty.

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Eligibility and Benefits

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Research

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  • Research Day 2019 - Family Medicine East

    Research Activity is an Essential Part of Training

    As one of the key components in ACGME program requirements, research activity is an essential part of training. In the era of evidence-based medicine, we strongly believe at AdventHealth Orlando that residents should develop critical thinking skills to evaluate the publications and apply new knowledge in their clinical practice. Our program has a well-developed infrastructure and fostering culture to support residents who are interested in pursuing basic research, clinical research, or quality improvement/patient safety projects. By promoting research and scholarly activities, our ultimate goal is to train the next generation of physicians with strengths in both clinical and academic medicine.

  • GME Research Day Family Medicine East Award

    Residents and Faculty

    In the era of evidence-based medicine, we strongly believe at AdventHealth East Orlando that residents should develop critical thinking skills to evaluate the publications and apply new knowledge in their clinical practice.

    • Clinical Academic Research team to support you in designing, executing, and publishing scholarly activity
    • Annual quality improvement team projects
    • Ongoing faculty led research
    • Opportunities to assist faculty in article writing
    • Opportunities to present at local and national conferences
Dr. Adewale

Application Process

Join Our Resident Team

The Family Medicine residency is an 24-resident program. 24 Positions are 8-8-8 (Traditional Family Medicine). 

 

Due to COVID-19 the residency program will be conducting virtual interviews.

program coordinator

Contact Information

Patti Horvath, BA

Senior Program Coordinator

Osteopathic Family Medicine Residency at East Orlando