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DOCTOR

Location:
New York, New York, United States
Posted:
May 26, 2018

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Dr. Aftab Ahmed Bhatti

Present Mailing Address

House# 157/D, Block W, Satellite Town Khanpur

R.Y.K District, Pakistan Postal Code: 64200

Cell Phone: +923*********

Email: ac5me1@r.postjobfree.com 2nd Email: ac5me1@r.postjobfree.com

Visa Status B1/B2 (Expiry date): 03/2019

Medical Education

Nishtar Medical University, Multan, Pakistan

M.B; B.S: 11/2008 - 12/2013

Date of Graduation: 04/2014

USMLE SCORES: STEP1:224(ist) STEP2CK:221(ist) STEP2CS: PASSED(ist)

Certifications

ECFMG, 04/2017

VMD Health Care Training NY, 01/2014

HIPPA online Training NY, 04/2014

Membership and Honorary/Professional Societies

Pakistan Medical Association (PMA)

Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) Registration: 79400-P

Nishtar Blood Donor Society

Association of Physicians of Pakistani Descent of North America (APPNA)

Medical School Awards

2009: Awarded Laptop on the basis of First Division (>60% marks) in 1st Professional Examination of M.B; B.S by Punjab

Government Pakistan (Provincial Government)

Work Experience

Elmhurst Hospital Center, N.Y. USA: 04/07//2014 - 05/02/2014 Elective Student

Amar Ashraf MD, Assistant Professor, Carlos Salama MD, Assistant Professor, Edward Bottone PhD Average Hours/Week: 40

I rotated as an Elective Student with Dr. Amar Ashraf and Edward Bottone in Elmhurst Hospital affiliated with Mount

Sinai Hospital. I worked with the team of infectious disease, including residents, fellows, and medical students. I was involved in direct medical care of patients based on history, physical examination, chart review, proposal of management plans and follow-ups. I was eager to take part in case presentation to Dr. Amar Ashraf, which included many complicated diseases with multiple co-morbidities. I took part in smear formation, staining and microscopic examination of the specimen obtained from the wound of the patient.

The Mount Sinai Hospital, N.Y. USA: 05/05/2014-05/30/2014 Elective student

Radha Gopalan MD, Associate Director, LVAD and Michael Domanski MD, Assistant Professor Jerome Zacks MD, Associate Professor

Average Hours/Week: 40

I did my rotation as an elective student with Drs. Radha Gopalan and Michael Domanski for one month in the Mount Sinai Hospital. I worked with the team of cardiology consisting of my attending, nurse practitioner and students. My job was to take history, physical examination, chart-review, proposal of management plans and follow ups of my allotted patients. I was eager to take part in case presentation and I gave an oral presentation on “Pulmonary Hypertension” to all the residents and fellows under the supervision of Dr. Radha Gopalan. On weekends, I also rotated with my on-call attending so that I can learn more about evidence-based practice in US healthcare settings. I also took classes of ECG under the supervision of Dr. Jerome Zacks and after class I also shadow with him and saw more patients and I discussed with him their management.

Loyola University Medical Center, Chicago, IL, USA: 06/02/2014 - 06/27/2014 Elective student

Mauro V. Montevecchi, MD, Assistant Professor and Thriveni Sanagala, MD Associate Professor

Average Hours/Week: 40

I rotated as an elective student with Mauro Montevecchi and Thriveni Sanagala for one month at Loyola hospital. I worked with the team of Cardiology consisting of my attending, fellow and residents. I was allotted two patients every day by my attending. My job was to take history, physical examination, chart review, proposal and dictation of management plans and follow ups of my allotted patients.

Rapides Regional Hospital, Alexandria, LA, United States: 08/2017 - 08/2017 Average Hours/Week: 30

Clinical Observer, Dr. Rizwan Ali, MD

As a clinical observer, I rotated with Dr.Rizwan Ali for one month who is Hospitalist in the department of internal Medicine at Rapides Regional hospital, Alexandria, Louisiana. My job was to take history, case presentations, discussed management plans, interpretation of lab values in both outpatient and inpatient departments. I participated in rounds, various case discussions, family meetings, and counseling sessions. Here I also got an opportunity to attend Noon conferences, Grand rounds, and presentations.

District Headquarter (DHQ) Hospital Muzaffargarh Pakistan: 08/2015 - 10/2015 Average Hours/Week: 70

Intern, Department of Internal Medicine, Prof. Dr. Ijaz Hussain Shah

I used to deal with the patients in ambulatory, inpatient and emergency settings. I participated in direct medical care based on history taking, physical exams, formulating initial management plans and case presentations to attending physicians during routine ward rounds and teaching sessions. I was also responsible for daily progress notes of the patients in an inpatient setting. I had rotations in the Emergency Department (ED) where I was expected to make provisional diagnosis, provide initial resuscitative measures to hemodynamically unstable patients and plan subsequent management under supervision. The most challenging part was to encounter patients from rural areas with lack of health education. It was a daunting task to educate those patients about their health issues while addressing their concerns. That opportunity improved my interpersonal skills and multi-tasking nature as I used to counsel them in using their native language.

DHQ Hospital Muzaffargarh, Pakistan 11/2015-01/2016 Average Hours/Week: 70

Intern, Department of Pediatrics, Prof. Dr. Irshad Ahmad Khan

My duties as a House Officer encompassed clerking indoor as well as outdoor patients, taking care of patients in the inpatient settings, and making daily rounds with the attending physician.

DHQ Hospital Muzaffargarh, Pakistan 02/2016 - 04/2016 Average Hours/Week: 70

Intern, Department of Surgery Prof. Dr. Ghulam Akbar Khan

I had been taking care of patients in ambulatory, in-patient and emergency settings. I participated in history taking, physical examination, case presentations during ward rounds and teaching sessions. I was also responsible for recording daily progress notes and pre and post-surgical management of the admitted patients. I had an opportunity to learn various in-patient procedures like Nasogastric intubation, Foley’s catheterization and IV access. I was fortunate to assist major and minor surgeries like debulking surgery, exploratory laparotomy and appendectomy.

DHQ Hospital Muzaffargarh, Pakistan 05/2016 - 07/2016 Average Hours/Week: 70

Intern, Department of Surgery Prof. Dr. Anwar Ahmed Khan

My duties as a House Officer encompassed clerking patients in the inpatient and outpatient settings, taking care of patients in the ward, assisting with surgeries and doing daily ward rounds with the attending surgeon.

Bakhtawar Amin Memorial Hospital, Multan, Pakistan: 09/2017 - 02/2018 Average Hours/Week: 36

Dr. Muddasir Hussain, Associate Professor, Medicine

I worked as Medical Officer and got hands-on clinical experience in Medicine. I used to deal with the patients in ambulatory, inpatient and emergency settings. My duties included history taking, physical examination and formulating management plan. I eagerly attended morning rounds, medical grand rounds, journal club and conferences. One of the great things about this rotation was that on most occasions, I had to make autonomous medical decisions like ordering diagnostic tests and prescribing medications. So this helped me in sharpening my diagnostic abilities. In addition to giving medical treatment, I also emphasized on providing comfort and psychological support to my patients and their families.

Jinnah Hospital, Multan, Pakistan: 10/2014 - 02/2015 Average Hours/Week: 48

Dr. Shehzad Alam, Assistant Professor of Medicine

Medical Officer

I worked as a Medical Officer and got hands-on clinical experience in Medicine. I used to deal with the patients in ambulatory, inpatient and emergency settings. My duties included history taking, physical examination and formulating management plan. I eagerly attended morning rounds, medical grand rounds, journal club and conferences. One of the great things about this rotation was that on most occasions, I had to make autonomous medical decisions like ordering diagnostic tests and prescribing medications. So this helped me in sharpening my diagnostic abilities.

Research Experience: 04/2012 -09/2012 Average Hours/Week: 18

Research on the Prevalence of Hepatitis B in Doctors

Nishtar Medical College, Pakistan.

I worked in a team with my classmates in the Department of Community Medicine and concluded the prevalence of Hepatitis B in interns and postgraduate doctors working with Nishtar Hospital, Multan Pakistan. We as a research team presented recommendations concerning safe health care and a proper screening program for trainee doctors.

Volunteer Experience

Nishtar Program on Dengue Awareness, Pakistan: 03/2011 - 09/2011 Average Hours/Week: 15

During the epidemic outburst of dengue fever, this program had been organized by Nishtar Hospital, Multan. I worked with the team of physicians and travelled to the nearby rural areas of South Punjab to educate the masses about modes of transmission, clinical spectrum of symptoms and effective ways of prevention and treatment of dengue infection.

Nishtar Blood Donor Society Multan, Pakistan: 04/2008 - 01/2012 Average Hours/Week: 15

The Nishtar Blood Donor Society had been established primarily to arrange screened blood for needy patients. I joined the society during medical school. I used to spend some hours after school to look for volunteers who were willing to donate blood to needy patients in the hospital.

Computer Skill

Microsoft word, Power Point, Adobe Photoshop and EXCEL

Co-Curricular Activities

Captain of tug of war Sports Week (2013)

3rd position in Nishtar Film Festival (2012) (Drama Category) Organizer of Annual Student Week (2013)

3rd position in 400m marathon and 100m race

Hobbies & Interests

It is always a pleasure to spend time with family and childhood friends. Traveling, reading about different cultures across the globe are my interests. I do hiking and exercise to keep myself fit.

Language Fluency

English (Advanced)

Urdu (Native/functionally native), Punjabi (Good) and Hindi



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