Clinical Leadership Fellows 2020 – 2021
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Gina Siddiqui, MD
Gina Siddiqui, MD is a 2020-2021 NYC Health + Hospitals Clinical Leadership Fellow in the Office of Quality & Safety. She will conduct her clinical practice at NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst. Prior to fellowship, Dr. Siddiqui completed her residency at Yale’s Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Gina took two years out of medical school to start a telemedicine company in San Francisco that coordinated access to specialists. Dr. Siddiqui is interested in how we can modernize medicine better with medical and non-medical audiences. She’s spoken around the country on this topic, and her written work has been published in TIME, Quartz, Scientific American, and The New York Times.
Dr. Siddiqui earned her MD at the University of Pennsylvania and her BS at the University of Delaware, Lerner College of Business and Economics.
Ayrenne Adams, MD, MPH
Ayrenne Adams, MD, MPH is a 2020-2021 NYC Health + Hospitals Clinical Leadership Fellow in the Office of Ambulatory Care, division of Population Health. She will conduct her clinical practice at NYC Health + Hospitals/Governor. Prior to fellowship, Dr. Adams completed her internal medicine residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. During residency, she served as chief resident and co-chair of the BWH Social Justice Committee. Dr. Adams’ research has focused on disparities in primary care and social medicine and she has developed numerous advocacy and teaching curriculum. She received the Martin P. Solomon Primary Care Scholarship Award and the Edward R. Lovelace Memorial Award for a Distinguished Contribution in the Health Field from the American College of Physicians.
Dr. Adams earned her MD and MPH at Emory University and received her AB in history from Duke University.
Lara Musser, DO
Lara Musser, DO is a 2020-2021 NYC Health + Hospitals Clinical Leadership Fellow in the Office of Quality & Safety. She will conduct her clinical practice at NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem. She completed her emergency medicine residency at NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan and Harlem. During residency, Dr. Musser served as Resident director of both Simulation and Resident Education. She worked on multiple quality improvement projects, including antibiotic stewardship in the express care area of the ER, as well the Wholesome Wave project, aimed at improving the health status of patients in East Harlem through increased access to nutritious food. She also served as a preceptor and mentor to medical students at New York Medical College. Dr. Musser is dedicated to working with underserved, vulnerable communities, and improving systemic issues facing our current health care system.
Dr. Musser completed her medical training at University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. She earned a BS in genetics from University of California, Davis and completed a post-baccalaureate program at San Francisco State University in pre-health professions.
Sara Guevara, MD
Sara Guevara, MD is a 2020-2021 NYC Health + Hospitals Clinical Leadership Fellow in the Office of Ambulatory Care. She will conduct her clinical practice at NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health, Cumberland.
Dr. Guevara completed her family medicine residency at Montefiore Medical Center. During residency, she was the co-leader of the Montefiore Immigration Working Group, a network and interdisciplinary team of providers who value the mission to provide access to healthcare for all regardless of immigration status. She was also a board member of the Student Clinic at Esperanza/Hope Clinic and received the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award and a Teaching Commendation from Office of Medical Education of Einstein College of Medicine.
Dr. Guevara is interested in improving the implementation of interventions that address the social determinants of health, particularly access to health, social and legal resources for patients with immigration status concerns.
Dr. Guevara received her MD from the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and her BS with honors in human biology, health and disease from Brown University.
PJ Rosenstock, MD
PJ Rosenstock, MD is a 2020-2021 NYC Health + Hospitals Clinical Leadership Fellow in the Office Medical & Professional Affairs. He will conduct his clinical practice at NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue.
Dr. Rosenstock completed his internal medicine residency training at UCLA — Olive View Medical Center. While at UCLA Olive View, Dr. Rosenstock conduct performance improvement on heart failure and research on targeted screening and early treatment of Chagas cardiac disease. Prior to residency and medical school, Dr. Rosenstock worked as a high school math and science teacher for Teach for America in Denver, Colorado.
Dr. Rosenstock received his MD from the Tufts University School of Medicine. He graduated with a BS in life sciences from the Schreyer Honors College at the Pennsylvania State University.
Jennifer Drouet, MD
Jennifer Drouet, MD is a 2020-2021 NYC Health + Hospitals Clinical Leadership Fellow in the Office of Quality & Safety. She will conduct her clinical practice at NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln. She completed her emergency medicine residency at NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln. During residency, Dr. Drouet participated in the All Bronx SONOWARS. She worked on several research and quality improvement projects, including improving Narcan distribution in the ER and improving patient satisfaction at triage.
Dr. Drouet earned her MD from SUNY Downstate College of Medicine and her BS from CUNY Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education. Dr. Drouet was born at NYC Health + Hospitals Bellevue and raised in NYC, and she is passionate about serving the diverse populations of NYC.
Emilie O’Neill, MD
Emilie O’Neill, MD is a 2020-2021 NYC Health + Hospitals Clinical Leadership Fellow in the Office of Ambulatory Care. She will conduct her clinical practice at NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health, East New York. Dr. O’Neill completed her residency training at the Yale Primary Care Residency Program, where she was awarded the John W. Brackett Award for Resident Teacher. She served as chief resident for the primary care and medicine/pediatrics residency program during the 2019 – 2020 year.
Dr. O’Neill has worked on several projects, including expanding referrals for patients with uncontrolled hypertension and without primary care physicians, streamlining the workflow for inpatient consults to internal medicine, and communication between providers and non-physician staff on the housestaff general medical floor.
Dr. O’Neill earned her MD from State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, where she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society and the Gold Humanism Honor Society. She received her BA in English Literature from the State University of New York at Geneseo.
Risa Bochner, MD
Risa Bochner, MD is a 2020-2021 NYC Health + Hospitals Clinical Leadership Fellow at NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings in Brooklyn. She will conduct her clinical practice as a pediatric hospitalist.
Dr. Bochner completed her pediatric residency and chief residency at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore in Bronx, NY. She recently completed her pediatric hospital medicine fellowship at SUNY Downstate/Kings County Hospital Center and received her Advanced Certificate in Public Health from SUNY Downstate School of Public Health. She is currently working on a Master’s in Public Health in Epidemiology through the SUNY Downstate School of Public Health.
Dr. Bochner is interested in improving the quality of care for hospitalized children, particularly in promoting evidence-based high-value care and standardization of care. She is currently involved as a local site leader for a multi-site national research and quality improvement collaborative that studies infants who present with Brief Resolved Unexplained Events (BRUEs).
Dr Bochner received her MD from the Albert Einstein School of Medicine and her BA in Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis.
Rashi Bamzai, MD, MBA
Rashi Bamzai, MD, MBA is a 2020-2021 NYC Health + Hospitals Clinical Leadership Fellow at Woodhull Hospital. She will conduct her clinical practice at NYC Health + Hospitals, Woodhull. She completed her Pediatric residency and Chief Resident year at University of Rochester and is currently a Pediatric Hospitalist at Woodhull Hospital and the Director of Quality Improvement and Performance Improvement in the Pediatric Department. Prior to residency, she worked on multiple projects that bridged engineering, business and medicine, allowing her to leverage her diverse training.
Dr. Bamzai is interested in improving patient outcomes and satisfaction through meaningful implementation of Quality improvement measures, value based healthcare, patient advocacy, and business management.
Dr. Bamzai received her MD from the University of Illinois, her BS in Biomedical Engineering with a Minor in Chemistry from Case Western Reserve, a Masters in Engineering Management from Duke University, and an MBA from University of Rochester.
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