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Adetunji A. Adejumo, MD
Hospitalist

Education

University of Ilorin School of Medicine, Ilorine, Nigeria

Residency

Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons/Harlem Hospital, New York, NY

Fellowship

Infectious Disease, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Adetunji Adejumo, MD: Hospitalists

Dr. Adetunji Adejumo is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Amna Bibi Buttar, MD
Hospitalist

Education

University of Wisconsin Medical School

Fellowship

Geriatric Medicine - University of Michigan

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Amna Bibi Battar

Dr. Amna Bibi Buttar is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Her career long interest has been focusing on interdisciplinary team and its role in improving care of the patients. Dr Buttar is trained in internal medicine and geriatrics, and has brought that expertise into the field of hospital medicine.

Dr. Buttar likes to spend time with her daughter and traveling. She enjoys cooking, the practice of yoga, and reading.

Andrew R. Weber, MD
Hospitalist

Education

St. George’s University School of Medicine, New York

Residency

University of Wisconsin Marshfield Clinic

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Andrew R. Weber, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Andrew R. Weber is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Bessant A. Parker, MD
Hospitalist

Education

University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana

Residency

Harlem Hospital, New York

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Bessant A. Parker, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Bessant A. Parker is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Bradley Eisenberg, DO
Hospitalist

Education

Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Residency

Ohio Valley Medical Center, Wheeling, WV

Board Certification

American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine

Bradley Eisenberg, DO: Hospitalist

Dr. Bradley Eisenberg is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Charles M. Godo, MD
Hospitalist

Residency

Internal Medicine, Cook County Hospital, Chicago

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Charles M. Godo, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Charles M. Godo is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Danielle J. Mei, MD
Hospitalist

Education

Fatima College of Medicine, Valenzuela City, Phillipines

Residency

St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, CT

Board Certification

American Board of Family Medicine

Danielle Mei, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Danielle Mei is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Deborah L. Roe, APNP
Adult Nurse Practitioner

Education

University of Wisconsin, Madison

Certification

American Nurses Credentialing Center: Adult Nurse Practitioner

Deborah Roe, APNP: Adult Nurse Practitioner

Deborah Roe is an adult nurse practitioner trained in caring for adult patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Deborah Roe, APNP, works closely with our hospitalists to treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Like hospitalists,  she does not have a regular clinic practice; her focus is entirely on inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Emmanuel O. Odeyemi, MD
Hospitalist

Education

Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria

Residency

Harlem Hospital Center, New York, NY

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Emmanuel Odeyemi, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Emmanuel Odeyemi is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Frederick H. Abrokwah, MD
Hospitalist

Education

University of Ghana Medical School, Accra, Ghana

Residency

Hospital of St. Raphael, New Haven

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Frederick Abrokwah, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Frederick Abrokwah is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Haydar K. Saleh, MD
Hospitalist

Education

University of Damascus, Syria

Residency

St. Barnabas Hospital an Affiliate of Weill Cornell Medical College, Bronx, NY

Fellowship

Cardiac Ultrasound & Cardiac Nuclear Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital an Affiliate of Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine, American Board of Electophysiology

Haydar Saleh, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Haydar Saleh is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Jagdev R. Bhatoya, MD
Hospitalist

Education

Medical College Amritsar, Punjab, India

Residency

Brookland Hospital Center SUNY University, Brooklyn, NY

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Jagdev Bhatoya, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Jagdev Bhatoya is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Kamaljit Puri, MD
Hospitalist

Education

Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla, H.P. India

Residency

Internal Medicine - Providence Hospital & Medical Centers, Southfield, MI
Nuclear Medicine - University of Iowa

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Kamaljit Puri MD, Hospitalist:

Dr. Kamaljit Puri is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Kevin J. Ferreira, MD
Hospitalist

Education

Ross University of Medicine, Dominica, West Indies

Residency

Kettering Medical Center, Kettering, OH

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Kevin Ferreira, MD: Hospitalist

Dr.  Kevin Ferreira is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Kofi A. Asiamah, MD
Hospitalist

Education

University of Ghana Medical School

Residency

Huron Hospital, Cleveland, OH

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Dr. Kofi Asiamah, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Kofi Asiamah is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Mohamed H. Yafai, MD
Medical Director, Fort HealthCare Hospitalist Program

Education

Ross University School of Medicine, West Indies

Residency

West Suburban Hospital, Oak Park, IL

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Mohamed Yafai, MD: Medical Director, Fort HealthCare Hospitalist Program

Dr. Mohamed Yafai is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Nate Fullerton, MD
Hospitalist

Education

University of Wisconsin Medical School

Residency

St. Jospeph's Hospital, Marshfield Clinic

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Nate Fullerton MD, Hospitalist:

Dr. Nate Fullerton is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Olumide A. Omiwade, MD
Hospitalist

Education

Obafemi Awolowo University, Ife, Nigeria

Residency

Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN

Board Certification

American Board of Family Practice

Olumide Omiwade, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Olumide Omiwade is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Olusolape A. Adegbehingbe, MD
Hospitalist

Education

University of Lagos College of Medicine, Nigeria

Residency

Hospital of Saint Raphael, New Haven, CT

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Olusolape Adegbehingbe, MD: Hopitalist

Dr. Olusolape Adegbehingbe is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Radhika Kosaraju, MD
Hospitalist

Education

Siddhartha Medical College, India

Residency

Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, PA

Radhika Kosaraju, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Radhika Kosaraju is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Sandhya V. Shah, MD
Hospitalist

Education

Jersey City Medical Center, Jersey City, NJ

Residency

Trenton Affiliated Hospital, Trenton, NJ

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Sandhya V. Shah, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Sandhya V. Shah is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Syed Imran Ali, MD
Hospitalist

Education

Deccan College of Medical Sciences, India

Residency

Internal Medicine - Wright State University, Ohio

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Syed Imran Ali, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Syed Imran Ali is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.

Yaw D. Berko, MD
Hospitalist

Education

University of Ghana Medical School

Residency

Michigan State University, Kalamazoo, MI

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Yaw Berko, MD: Hospitalist

Dr. Yaw Berko is a hospitalist trained in caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital. Hospitalists treat patients who are hospitalized and usually in a more acute stage of their care. Hospitalists do not have a regular clinic practice; they are available twenty four hours per day for inpatient care. An estimated 28,000 hospitalists practice today, specializing in the acute care of patients during their hospital stay. Hospital medicine is growing in its popularity as a medical specialty in the U.S.

Fort Memorial Hospitalist Program

Your primary care physician may have asked a hospitalist to care for you throughout your stay at Fort Memorial Hospital. The Hospitalist and any other consulting specialists are in charge of all your medical care while you are an inpatient.

It is optional for Fort HealthCare primary care physicians to participate in the Hospitalist Program. Some primary care physicians have elected to continue caring for their hospitalized patients. They may consult with the hospitalists at any time as this service is available to all physicians. Also, hospitalists may be asked to consult on surgical patients when patients have other medical conditions that may require monitoring.

Persons admitted to the Fort Memorial Hospital without a regular primary care physician will be cared for by the hospitalist. If needed, we can assist you in finding a regular physician upon your discharge.