Internal Medicine Residency Program Awards and Achievements
Dr. Chandrakala Dadeboyina awarded the Pennsylvania American College of Physicians Professionalism Award for Trainees
The Internal Medicine Residency is honored to announce that Dr. Chandrakala Dadeboyina has been awarded with the Pennsylvania American College of Physicians Professionalism Award for Trainees for 2020-2021. Chandra, as she is known by, demonstrates consistent professionalism and is known for her willingness to pitch in and help her junior colleagues and peers when necessary. She is renowned for her deep interest in patient care and the ability to go above and beyond for every patient, every time. Dr. Dadeboyina show great enthusiasm for all residency projects and initiatives. She has been involved in several quality improvement initiatives and research projects throughout her residency. She contributes to the betterment of the residency program consistently with her positive attitude and “can do” spirit. Dr. Dadeboyina is planning to continue on to a fellowship in Hematology and Oncology after completing her residency training at Guthrie.
Donation to Major Debra Stedman of the Salvation Army of Sayre
In the spirit of giving, the Internal Medicine Residency presented a monetary donation to Major Debra Stedman of the Salvation Army of Sayre in support of their food pantry and community meals program. While we are a culturally diverse group, we all hold the common belief to help provide to those in need in our local community.
Dr. Sheela Prabhu, Program Director of the Internal Medicine Residency, presented Dr. Salman Khan, PGY-3 Internal Medicine Resident, with the Pennsylvania American College of Physicians Professionalism Award
Community Outreach with the Free Skin Cancer Screening Clinic
Internal Medicine Residents and Dr. Prabhu enjoyed an afternoon of providing community outreach at the free Skin Cancer Screening Clinic held on Monday, October 28th. Pictured below: Dr. Salman Khan, Dr. Binita Dahal, Dr. Kriti Suwal, Dr. Sheela Prabhu, Program Director, Kristen Hatfield, PA, Dr. Chandrakala Dadeboyina, and Dr. Osama Ismail.
Getting Ready for the Annual Medical Grand Rounds PINK OUT
The Internal Medicine Residents are getting ready for the Annual Medical Grand Rounds PINK OUT and supporting breast cancer awareness with wearing their pink lapel ribbons.
Guthrie’s Internal Medicine Residency Participating in the Academic Alliance of Independent Medical Centers (AAIMC) National Initiative VII: Teaming for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice
Dr. John Pamula and Dr. David Lucero attended the Alliance of Independent Academic Medical Centers (AIAMC) kick-off meeting for the National Initiative VII: Teaming for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice meeting October 10 - 11, 2019 in Chicago, IL. Dr. Lucero presented the project focus which will involve expanding beyond current multidisciplinary rounds to multidisciplinary interventions in the Internal Medicine program and Hospitalist teaching services. The National Initiative VII, will be an 18 month project that involves monthly teleconferences, webinars and four in-person meetings. Since 2007, the AIAMC National Initiatives have been driving change that has resulted in meaningful and sustainable outcomes improving the quality and safety of patient care.