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Physician Event | Unearthing the Value in Patient-Centered Care

4.28.21 Virtual Event

When & Where

Wednesday, April 28, 2021
6:30 PM EDT - 7:30 PM EDT
Virtual Event

About The Event

Unearthing the Value in Patient-Centered Care
Event Type: Physician Event

April’s showers may bring May flowers, but in medicine, value-based care unearths better patient outcomes. Join Dr. Faisel Syed and Dr. Dan McCarter as they discuss the value in patient-centered care. Click on the register button below to RSVP to this FREE virtual event.

About the Speakers:

About Dr. Faisel Syed: Dr. Syed has recently been featured on international news outlets to discuss COVID-19. He earned his medical degree at the Iberoamerican University in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic before moving on to perform his family medicine residency in Columbus, Georgia. Upon completing his residency in 2014, he began serving the Tampa community and has been making an impact ever since.

About Dr. Dan McCarter: Dr. McCarter specializes in family medicine and population health. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia, doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Medicine, and completed his family medicine residency at the University of Virginia Health System. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, the Virginia Academy of Family Physicians, the Medical Society of Virginia and the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine.

About Dr. Preeti Dube: Dr. Preeti Dube is committed to helping people focus on their hearts. Her passion for sharing her knowledge with patients, along with her warm manner, make her an effective ambassador for heart health. Dr. Dube's medical career started in Mumbai, India. There she earned her medical degree from Grant Medical College and graduated at the top of her class. Her expertise grew during her Internal Medicine residency at SUNY Upstate University Hospital. As a teaching resident at that hospital, she received a treasured teaching skills award from her students. Before joining JenCare, she was carrying out a cardiology fellowship at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.