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Ei Khine Moe

Ei Khine Moe, MD

Primary Care Physician
NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health, Roosevelt

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A Model of Calmness and Efficiency

Dr. Ei Khine Moe grew up in Myanmar, a country whose people had such poor access to health care that the most common medical conditions typically went untreated. Now, as a primary care physician at NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health, Roosevelt Center of Excellence, Dr. Moe often sees patients who come to the Jackson Heights clinic with chronic conditions but haven’t seen a doctor in years. 

“It gives me a feeling of pride to help patients from the community who need special care and attention,” she says.

Dr. Moe joined the Roosevelt staff in 2021, just a few months after the clinic opened as one of three NYC Health + Hospitals Centers of Excellence created to provide comprehensive care to those recovering from COVID-19. In her three years at Roosevelt, Dr. Moe has established herself as the leader of the center’s adult primary care program. “She has taken great care of a complex set of patients, both longstanding members of the community and more recent arrivals to NYC,” says Dr. Peter Tesler, Roosevelt’s acting medical director. “She is a favorite of both patients and staff and her calmness and efficiency is a model for us all.”

Dr. Moe received her initial medical training in Myanmar and began her career in a clinic where her job involved everything from suturing cuts to giving community health talks about topics like immunization, infection prevention and the dangers of smoking. She arrived in Brooklyn in 2013 and started out as a part-time medical assistant for an internist who had come from Myanmar years earlier. In 2021, she completed a three-year residency in internal medicine at NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull, where she managed comprehensive care for culturally diverse, underserved patients. She joined the new Roosevelt center that summer.

“I am a doctor and will be a patient one day,” Dr. Moe says. “I treat my patients as I would like to be treated when I get sick.”

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