Family Medicine Residency Program - Match Day 2016
Class of 2019 (left to right): Eloy Galvan, M.D. (University of Texas Southwestern Medical School); Stephanie Vachirasudlekha, M.D. (Michigan State University-Flint); Sheldon Gaines, M.D. (University of Texas Medical Branch School of Medicine); Roslyn Oduro, M.D. (University of Texas Medical Branch School of Medicine); Amanda Patterson, M.D. (University of Illinois-Rockford); Reginald Nguyen, M.D. (University of Kansas School of Medicine)
Department of Family and Community Medicine Research
Jason Salemi, Ph.D., MPH, and colleagues received first place ribbons at the National Birth Defects Prevention Network’s Annual Meeting in Arlington, VA. "An Updated Evaluation of the Sensitivity and Accuracy of Birth Defects Indicators Appearing on 2003 Revision of the U.S. Standard Certificate of Live Birth: Has Anything Changed?" won in the Case Ascertainment category. "Improving the Completeness of Ascertainment in Florida's Birth Defects Surveillance Program: The Impact of Adding Infant Death and Emergency Department Data” won the Birth Defects Rates and Trends category.
Baylor Family Medicine Faculty
Left to right: Camille Leugers, M.D.; Irvin Sulapas, M.D.; Jennifer Okoh, M.B.B.S., MPH; Reem Hadi, M.D.; Mohamad Sidani, M.D., MS; Isabel Valdez, MS; Simon Whitney, M.D., JD; Quyen Tran, M.D.; Matthew Horsfield, M.D.; Elizabeth Tran, M.D.; Angie Sung, M.D.; Elisa Rivera-Hayes, B.S.; Aymer Al-Mutairi, M.D.; Lindsey Frachtman, M.M.S., PA-C; Owen McCormack, D.O.; Hamisu Salihu, M.D., PhD; James Bray, Ph.D.; Tomas Lumicao, M.D.; Luis Rustveld, Ph.D., RD, LD; Roger Zoorob, M.D., MPH
Baylor Family Medicine Clinic
Baylor Family Medicine is located at 3701 Kirby Drive, Suite 100, and at Baylor Clinic, 6620 Main Street, Suite 1250. We offer same day appointments, and walk-ins are always welcome at both of our clinics.
A small contingent arrived at Santa Ana, Honduras after a long flight from Houston and a bumpy ride up the Sierra del Merendón mountains. Fareed Khan, M.D. led three students and one resident on a medical mission through the Houston Shoulder to Shoulder Foundation. The threat of Zika virus outbreak did not deter the brigade from Baylor Department of Family and Community Medicine who spent a week in the Central American country.