The 2019 Residents Graduation Ceremony was held on Thursday, June 20, 2019. This marked the 20th year of the Family Medicine Residency Graduation Ceremony. Those who graduated include (pictured below from left): Drs. Rajat Lamington, MD, Sheerin Habibullah, MD, Heather Belle, MD, Ahmed Amari, MD, Rebecca Leeds, MD, Danielle LaSandra, DO, Louis Cicatelli, DO (not in the picture), Congratulations to all!!!
In June, CFCM welcomed the 2019 First Year Residents to the Family Medicine Program. The six residents are (pictured below from left): David J. Killeen, MD, Jenny Tobat, MD, Silvina A. Om, MD, Hannah Brooks, MD, Sarah N. Phillips, MD, Adam S. Lustig, DO.
The 2018 Residents Graduation Ceremony was held on Thursday, June 21, 2018. This marked the 19th year of the Family Medicine Residency Graduation Ceremony. Those who graduated include (pictured below): Drs. Daniela Fanto, MD, Laura Belland, MD, Stephanie Arnold, MD, Jenny Bohrman, DO, Rebecca Roach, MD, Hyowoun Jyung, MD, Mary Claire Abbot, MD. Congratulations to all!!!
In June, CFCM welcomed the 2018 First Year Residents to the Family Medicine Program. The six residents are (pictured below from left): Liana H. Greer, MD, Connor L. Carmichael, MD, Jeanette S. Qablawi, MD, Luke Powell, MD, Chava L. Dodge-Cogan. Bradley Milam, MD.
FAMILY RESIDENT RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS
June 14, 2018
Hess Conference Room
Jim Spears, MD SPECIAL LECTURER IN THE CENTER FOR FAMILY AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE
Dr. Jim Spears, your deep and sustained commitment to health care for those people who need it the most is at the core of your contribution to teaching at Columbia for almost twenty-five years. You are a marvelous teacher, mentor, and role model in the formal medical school and Family Medicine residency curriculum. You have also inspired faculty colleagues in Family Medicine to be better teachers.
This Presidential Teaching Award recognizes your innovative contribution to service-learning at the Columbia student-sponsored clinics: the Columbia Harlem Homeless Medical Program (CHHMP) and the Q-Clinic that serves LGBTQ youth. You have taught medical, dental, and public health students real world lessons about health care program planning, development, funding, and operation. The students’ clinical services for the homeless or LGBTQ youth provide a unique practical experience of the patient-centered, community-oriented approach to health care that you teach in the formal curriculum.
As doctor, you approach the clinical encounter with attention and kindness, honesty and insight. As teacher, you ask students to think through clinical decisions, consider alternatives and discuss plans with patients in the context of their lives. You are the guide and role model who has indeed impacted the lives of countless students and their future patients. Indeed, many of those students are today’s doctors and teachers.
Dr. Spears, you exemplify the noblest attributes of the medical profession: passion and integrity, encouragement and empathy. It is an honor to present to you today the 2018 Columbia University Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Getting to Great- Improving Access to Care for Underserved Populations
J. Nwando Olayiwola, MD, MPH, FAAFP
Dr. Nwando Olayiwola is a family physician and the inaugural Chief Clinical Transformation Officer for RubiconMD, a leading eConsult platform that improves primary care access to specialty care for underserved patients. In this role, she works to better integrate eConsults into primary care settings across the nation using principles of practice transformation and implementation science. She is one of a very small number of physicians and women of color bridging healthcare and health technology leadership. She also continues to provide clinical care to underserved patients at the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and is an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).
Date: Thursday, January 25, 2018
Location: Hess Commons, Conference Room 10th Floor
Mailman School of Public Health, 722 West 168th St
Light Refreshment will be Served
"Community Medicine Month and Dominican Republic Trip” by Family Medicine Interns
"Mass Incarceration and Racial and Health Disparities" by Dr. Robert Fullilove
Robert E. Fullilove, EdD is a Professor of Sociomedical Sciences at CUMC, an Associate Dean for Minority Affairs,MSPH, and the co-director of the Cities Research Group. Dr. Fullilove has authored numerous articles in the area of minority health. Since 2010, he has been teaching public health courses in six New York State prisons that are part of the Bard College Prison Initiative (BPI) and serves as the Senior Advisor to BPI's public health program.
Hess Commons Conference Room 10th Floor
722 West 168th Street
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Light Refreshments will be served