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Fellowship and Job PlacementEinstein is proud to continually place our graduates in top fellowship training programs in a variety of fields as well as excellent inpatient and outpatient general pediatrics jobs. Here is a list of our 2012 graduates and where they are now:Chief ResidentIshminder Kaur, M.D. – Faculty Attending, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PACategorical ProgramAmit Mukhia, M.D. – Neonatology Fellowship, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MAAnna Karasik, M.D. – Hospitalist, Bryn Mawr Hospital, Bryn Mawr, PAGunce Karaman, M.D. – Private Practice, St. Michael's Hospital, Stevens Point, WIInna Polyakov, M.D. – Private Practice, Urban Multi-specialty Medical Center, Toronto, CanadaKavita Morparia, M.D. – Critical Care Fellowship, Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DCMeyrick Sarmiento, M.D. – Chief Resident, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PARamesh Matam, M.D. – Hospitalist, The Reading Hospital & Medical Center, Reading, PASandeep Sadashiv, M.D. – Neonatology Fellowship, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PATeena Sebastian, M.D. – Gastroenterology Fellowship, Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DCWaed Jarjous, M.D. – Private Practice
The Pediatric Department is a very busy place when it comes to research. During the past academic year, department faculty and residents made 38 poster and platform presentations at scientific and professional meetings, - nine at national meetings, 11 at regional, and 18 at local meetings. In addition, the department had nine publications in peer-reviewed journals. A total of eight residents were co-authors on four of these publications, in three of them as first authors. Click here to download a current list of the program's recent presentations and publications.
Special Care ClinicThe Pediatric and Adolescent Ambulatory Center at Einstein strives to be a medical home for all patients and their families. Children with special health care needs require more intensive services and support than children free of chronic disease. Our Special Care Clinic consists of a multidisciplinary team that is responsible for providing care coordination services to support and empower caregivers to manage their child’s chronic illness. Residents are an integral part of this team. They receive training during their intern year to provide comprehensive medical care to children with special health care needs and are expected to provide medical care to these children during the rest of their residency training.Refugee ClinicEinstein Pediatrics is proud to open its doors in 2012 to the new Einstein Refugee Clinic. Each year 800 refugees from a variety of countries are resettled in the Philadelphia area. These patients have special healthcare needs and often find their low English proficiency to be a barrier to receiving appropriate medical care. The multidisciplinary team at the Einstein Refugee Clinic provides specialized care to newly resettled refugees, providing residents with a global health experience right here in our own office.