Underwood Veterinary Hospitals Thriving

Sarah Underwood, DVM SGU ’10, and her father, James, have enjoyed working collaboratively at Underwood Animal Hospital and 21st Street Vet Clinic in New Jersey.

newarkadvocate.com

Dr. D’Cunha Offers Expert Insight on Childhood Obesity 9/04/14

News 8 WROC Rochester brought in Mila D’Cunha, MD SGU ’13, as an expert on childhood obesity.

http://www.rochesterhomepage.net

New Vascular Surgeon Joins Southern Ocean Medical Center 6/19/14

Boasting a strong background in vascular and endovascular surgery, Richard Di Fiore, MD SGU ’01, joined the team at Southern Ocean Medical Center in Manahawkin, NJ.

http://www.app.com

SGU Grad Comes to Aid of Friend 6/10/14

When a friend from her monthlong trip to Southeast Asia fell from double-decker taxi, suffering a skull fracture, internal bleeding, and five broken ribs, Dianna Sholomon, MD SGU ’14, and her boyfriend sprung into action.

http://longisland.news12.com

John Oliver, MD SGU ’05, Appointed to HRMC 5/15/14

Helena Regional Medical Center in Arkansas welcomes Dr. John Oliver to its diagnostic radiology staff. Dr. Oliver came to HRMC from Mississippi, where he had done his residency and began his career.

http://www.helena-arkansas.com

DVM Grad Named Top 15 Marine Veterinary Professor

Dr. Samantha Shields, DVM SGU ’04, a faculty member at St. Matthew’s University has been ranked among the top 15 marine veterinary professors, according to VetTechColleges.com, a website aimed at prospective and current veterinary medicine professionals.

insideottawavalley.com

Fremont Area Medical Center Adds to Medical Staff

Shalu Bansal, MD SGU ’10, was appointed to the medical staff at Fremont Area Medical Center in Nebraska, a 202-bed facility that is the only hospital in Dodge County. She will primarily see patients at Fremont Family Care.

http://fremonttribune.com

Clinical Professor Named “Healthcare Hero”

Dr. Gerard D’Aversa, an ophthalmology clinical professor and SGU Virtual Hospital Program participant, was named a “Healthcare Hero” by Long Island Business News in part because of two medical mission trips, including one to Grenada.

http://www.gcnews.com

Gift from the heart: Couple journeys from Grenada to Decatur for cardiac implant

Jason Finkelstein, MD SGU ’96, and the medical staff at Wise Regional Health System helped breathe new life into one Grenadian through performing a heart procedure free of charge.

http://www.wcmessenger.com/

Interoperability: The Reality

http://www.healthcaretechnologyonline.com

In a guest column for Healthcare Technology Online, SGU graduate Linda Girgis, MD SGU ’94, writes about how health care providers are slowing the advancement of technology in the medical field.