Location: Lyndhurst, Ohio
Personal Bio: I am currently the Chief Resident at Western Reserve Hospital in Cuyahoga Falls, OH, near Akron. Following my undergraduate studies at The Ohio State University, I attended The Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, now the Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine. My training thus far as a resident of Western Reserve Hospital has exceeded my expectations, providing me with extensive experience and growth as a physician. My expectations as chief have grown to include teaching and working closely with my fellow residents as well as filling in for our attendings when needed. My training has afforded me with confidence and well-rounded exposure to all foot and ankle pathology. Whether in office, wound care clinic, hospital setting, or operating room, these qualities would be beneficial for your practice.
I am married to my husband, Mitchell, who is a middle school science teacher and high school football coach. We have a daughter and two dogs. In my spare time, I enjoy walks with the family, running, crafts, cooking, and of course the Buckeyes!
The Ohio State University
Kent State University Podiatric School
Type of Training:
Western Reserve Hospital PMSR-RRA in Cuyahoga Falls, OH
June 2015- August 2018
Affiliated Training Institutions: Summa Health Systems (Akron City, Akron Children’s, Barberton, St. Thomas), Cleveland Clinic (Medina General Hospital and Akron General)
2017-2018 PGY-3: Chief Resident of the Western Reserve Hospital Podiatric Surgery Residency Program under director, Rahul Khandekar, DPM. Podiatric Surgery training focusing on first assisting rearfoot, reconstructive foot surgery, as well as continued limb salvage, and podiatry clinic exposure
2016-2017 PGY-2: Podiatric Surgery training focusing on first assisting forefoot, especially first rays and continued training on diabetic foot care, multiple podiatry clinics and wound care clinics. Rotations on Pain Management and Pediatric Emergency Medicine
2015-2016 PGY-1: Podiatric Surgery training focusing on first assisting I&D’s, soft tissue, and amputations. Rotations on Internal Medicine, General Surgery including Vascular, Pathology, Infectious Disease, Emergency Medicine, Psychology, Anesthesia, Radiology
Post-Training Work Experience:
Awards/Honors: Dean's List in undergraduate and graduate school studies
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