Department:Internal Medicine / General Internal Medicine, Hospital Medicine/Hospitalist
University:Staten Island University Hospital
Country:New York, USA
Dr. Akshay Avula is an internist in Staten Island, New York and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area. He has been in practice between 6-10 years.General internal medicine physicians, or internists, are primary-care doctors who perform physical exams and treat a wide spectrum of common illnesses in adult men and women. One of every four physicians in the U.S. is an internist, many of whom are certified in one of 19 subspecialties, including cardiology, infectious disease and medical oncology.
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S) from Government Medical College Anantapur, A.P. INDIA affiliated to N.T.R. University of Health Sciences. (Sept 2001 – Aug 2007) IM Residency Training: Abington Memorial Hospital, affiliated to Drexel University College of Medicine (June 2011 – July 2014) PCCM Fellowship Training: Staten Island University Hospital – Northwell Health, affiliated to Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra (June 2017 – present). To graduate June 2020. Licensure New York – Valid through June 2020 Pennsylvania – MD license – inactive since December 2016 ACLS and BLS – Valid until April 2021 ABIM – Board certified Active NY DEA Organization memberships Fellow of American College of Physicians Member of American thoracic society Member of American College of Chest Physicians.
Member of Society of critical care medicine Previous immigration profile H1B since June 2011 I140 priority date Oct 2012 First from residency at Abington Memorial Hospital Second from hospitalist job at Staten Island University Hospital – Northwell health Clinical Experience Institution: Staten Island University Hospital – Northwell Health Department: Department of Medicine, Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellow Position: Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine. Dates: 7/2017 – present Currently in final year of Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship training. My specialty treats most lung related disease alongside of critically ill patients admitted to the critical care units in the hospital. We have been the driving force in managing most patient admitted with COVID-19 to the hospital for last 2 months. Training in specialty procedures is an integral part of the program. During the three years I have published multiple articles.
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