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Verna M. Greer

Verna M. Greer MD, FAAP, FACP, SFHM, MBA
Specialties: 
Board Certified: 
Internal Medicine, Pediatrics
About Me: 

Like many who became physicians, deaths in my family led me to want to become a doctor.

G. Varuni Kondagunta

G. Varuni Kondagunta MD
Specialties: 
Board Certified: 
Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology
About Me: 

My earliest memory of wanting to be a doctor was when I was in junior high school. My father had medical issues, and watching the doctors take care of him made me want to help people as well.

Florence Lazaroff

Florence Lazaroff MD, FAAP
About Me: 

My father was a physician. He was very passionate and caring and that was a natural drive for me to become a doctor.

Kaiyu Ma

Kaiyu Ma MD, PhD
Board Certified: 
Neurology, Sleep Medicine
About Me: 

I was born to a family of doctors, and always wanted to be a doctor from a very early time.

Romeo L. Quilatan, Jr.

Romeo L. Quilatan, Jr. MD, FACP, SFHM
Specialties: 
Board Certified: 
Internal Medicine
About Me: 

I wanted to become a Doctor early in life. It interested me more when I learned by mother had a heart condition.

Sally Levine

Sally Levine DO, FACOG
Board Certified: 
Obstetrics & Gynecology
About Me: 

My mother was a physician and she was a wonderful role model. I think I wanted to be a doctor for as long as I can remember. It is the only thing I remember ever wanting to do!

Olufunmilayo Odunuga

Olufunmilayo Odunuga MD, MPH
Board Certified: 
Obstetrics & Gynecology
About Me: 

My earliest memory of wanting to become a doctor was as a teenager when my aunt or uncle gave me the responsibility to babysit their children. During this time, I would not only bathe or cook for them, I also taught them math, science and ways to improve their health.

Tapti Panda

Tapti Panda MD, FACOG
Board Certified: 
Obstetrics & Gynecology
About Me: 

When I was in high school and was asked to write an essay on my aim in life, I somehow got down to an opening line of an aimless man is like a radar-less boat- I went on writing about how my aim in life was to become a doctor. Imbibing the encouragement from my parents and inspiration from my grandfather who was a surgeon I worked towards realizing my goal.

Timothy Rydell

Timothy Rydell MD, FACOG
Board Certified: 
Obstetrics & Gynecology
About Me: 

I chose to become a doctor in order to combine my love of science with a strong desire to help people. This combination came together for me while I was studying Biologic Psychology as an undergraduate student.

Robert E. Dinsmore

Robert E. Dinsmore MD
Specialties: 
Board Certified: 
Internal Medicine, Hematology, Medical Oncology, Palliative Medicine
About Me: 

It has been over 40 years since I started medical school so I have to reach way back in my memory bank but I cannot recall ever wanting to be anything other than a doctor and I have never regretted that decision.

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