Program Leadership

Dr. Saba Hasan

SABA A. HASAN, MD, FACP
Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program
Dr. Hasan graduated from Sind Medical College, Pakistan in the top 5% in her class. She completed her internal medicine residency training at Capital Health followed by a Chief Resident year. Soon after, she was appointed director of the Medical and Subspecialty Clinics. Dr. Hasan has been the Internal Medicine Residency Program director since 2008. She has a keen interest in palliative and end of life care.

Dr. Hasan has presented at many national and regional conferences over the past five years. She was the recipient of the prestigious ACGME Parker J. Palmer Courage to Teach Award in 2014, presented to only ten program directors of accredited residencies and fellowships nationally each year.

Dr. Hasan enjoys nurturing the residents to their full potential as they get ready to become the internists of tomorrow. She has brought many changes into the program to enhance resident teaching and create an environment of scholarship.  

   
Dr. Daniel Goldsmith 

DANIEL F. GOLDSMITH, MD
Associate Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program
Dr. Goldsmith graduated from the Cornell University Medical College and trained in internal medicine at Boston University. After his training, he joined the Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, a community-based internal medicine practice, where he served as a firm leader for the resident practice for three years prior to joining Capital Health in 2001. He enjoys teaching and working with the residents.

Dr. Goldsmith is the chair of the Institutional Review Board at Capital Health and a member of the CME Committee at Capital Health. He is the Medical Grand Rounds coordinator and has an academic appointment as clinical instructor in Medicine at the Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

Dr. Goldsmith is very likely to ask you about the music you like, the restaurants you frequent, and what else you like to do outside of work.

 

 

 Anubha Mishra

ANUBHA MISHRA TEWARY, MD
Chief Resident and Junior Faculty for 2014-2015
Dr. Anubha Mishra graduated from Motilal Nehru Medical College, Allahabad, India and was among the top 5 % of her class. Prior to joining the residency program, she was involved in clinical research at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital in New York City. She completed her Master's Degree in Public Health with a focus in health education and promotion from a joint- Old Dominion University and Eastern Virginia Medical School program in Norfolk, Virginia in 2009. She is a 2014 graduate of the Capital Health Internal Medicine Residency Program.

Dr. Mishra is board certified in internal medicine as of October 2014 and is currently our Chief Resident and Junior Faculty member for the 2014-2015 Academic Year.

Dr. Mishra is originally from Kanpur, India and enjoys music, traveling, cooking and expanding her children's vocabulary.

   
Moazami 

DELARAM YEKTA MOAZAMI, MD
Director, Medical Clinics at Capital Health

Dr. Moazami is a board certified cardiologist from Tehran University of Medical Science. At the time of graduation, she was the recipient of the Outstanding Performance Award by her medical school. She trained in internal medicine at Capital Health and graduated in June 2008. She received an award for Best Research on "Guideline Adherence for Treatment of Systolic Heart Failure in Capital Health." In 2009, Dr. Moazami became the director of Medical and Subspecialty Clinics at Capital Health.

She is interested in teaching preventive care and evidence-based practice. She also enjoys guideline discussion during teaching rounds.  

   
Dr. Kate Vypritskaya 

KATE VYPRITSKAYA, MD
Core Faculty, Internal Medicine Residency Program

Dr. Kate Vypritskaya graduated from Kubany Medical academy in Russia with a Golden Diploma. She further received training as a cardiology fellow in a local central emergency hospital in her city. In 2000, after conducting a study of arrhythmology, she received her doctorate. In 2006, Dr. Vypritskaya started her residency at Capital Health, which she found to be very different from its Russian counterpart: a lot more challenging but incredibly rich and interesting.

She enjoys taking care of patients, studying and making new friends in the program. As a second-year medical resident, she was elected "Best Medical Resident" by her peers. Dr. Vypritskaya spends her after-hours with her two teenagers, which is in no way less challenging than the residency. Following the successful completion of her residency training, she completed a Chief Residency/Jr. Faculty Year at Capital Health Regional Medical Center. She was chief resident for year 2009-2010 and joined Capital Health Faculty in 2010. She serves as a member of the Credentials and Resuscitation Committees at Capital Health.

   
Zubair 

KHURRAM ZUBAIR, MD, FACP
Internist in Private Practice and Key Clinical Faculty of Internal Medicine Residency Program at Capital Health

Dr. Zubair graduated from Liaquat Medical College in Pakistan. He completed his residency training at Capital Health. At the time of graduation, he was recognized by the program as "Resident of the Year." Since 1997, he has been in private practice and has been intimately involved with resident training at Capital Health. He has received the "Best Clinical Attending" award eight times in the past 11 years.

He is a member of the Clinical Competency Committee. He is actively involved with resident scholarly activities and has served as a judge for several years for Residents Research Day at Capital Health.

Sordo 

SARAH I. SORDO, MD
Internist in private practice and Clinical Faculty of Internal Medicine Residency Program at Capital Health

Dr. Sordo graduated with a Gold Diploma from The Higher Institute of Medical Science of Havana, Cuba. She completed her internal medicine training at Capital Health and worked as a 4th year Chief Resident. She is the recipient of multiple awards from attending physicians and nursing during her training at Capital Health, recognizing her as a "Superior Medical Resident." Additionally, her research presentation was recognized by the program and received an award. She also received an award for her "High Academic Attainment and Qualities that Characterize the Fine Physician."

She runs an internal medicine practice and is actively involved with resident education and training.  

   
souidi
 

ANASSE SOUIDI MD, MHSA
Hospitalist and Faculty of Internal Medicine Residency Program at Capital Health

Dr. Souidi is a graduate of Capital Health's Internal Medicine Residency Program. He received his medical degree from AB Medical School in Niamey, Niger and his Masters in Health Services Administration at the University of Arkansas in Little Rock. He received an award for best research in his class as well as "Best Resident" in his 1st, 2nd, and 3rd residency year. He graduated as "Major" in his medical school (outstanding performance).

He enjoys teaching, research, and rounding on his patients in an inpatient and outpatient setting.

Dr. Souidi worked as the program's Chief Resident and Junior Faculty for the academic year 2008-2009. He currently runs an independent hospitalist service at Capital Health Regional Medical Center.

   
Christen Belmont

CHRISTEN BELMONT
Program Coordinator, Internal Medicine Residency Program
Christen Belmont is a graduate of Temple University’s Tyler School of Art, where she earned a BFA in Photography and Art Education. Prior to coming to Capital Health in 2012, Christen worked in an administrative assistant role for seven years and taught at a local school district for 2 years. Since joining Capital Health, Christen has enjoyed learning about graduate medical education, the accreditation process, and has assisted the program in transitioning into the ACGME Next Accreditation System. She is enthusiastic about using the newest technology and programs available to keep the program up-to-date and running smoothly.

When not working, Christen enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, crafting, and doing graphic design projects. She is also actively involved with the youth in her church, where she assists in planning and coordinating events.

   
Reek

BRENDA REEK
Secretary, Department of Medicine

She came to Capital Health in 2008 after 24 years of retail experience and nine years of office experience, five of those as an executive assistant.

She truly enjoys learning about the medical world and helping the residents when they ask for assistance. She works with the CME office to ensure the resident's MRC's and CPC's follow CME guidelines and also with the Graduate Medical Education Department.

In her spare time, she enjoys music, dancing, spending time with friends and babysitting her grandsons, Cody and Colten. She is an Elder of her church, and has been the Junior Choir director, Sunday school teacher, youth group advisor, minister's assistant and senior choir member.

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