Trinitas Residency Program Prepares Young Doctors For Fellowships

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Drs. Amar Sarao and Nancy Holder, shown with Dr. Ernest Federici, Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program (left), and Dr. William  Farrer, Associate Director of the Program, join other Trinitas medical residents who have previously received fellowships at prestigious national institutions.

Drs. Amar Sarao and Nancy Holder, shown with Dr. Ernest Federici, Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program (left), and Dr. William
Farrer, Associate Director of the Program, join other Trinitas medical residents who have previously received fellowships at prestigious national institutions. (Photo courtesy of Trinitas Regional Medical Center)

ELIZABETH — Two Seton Hall School of Health and Medical Sciences Internal Medicine residents currently serving their residency at Trinitas Regional Medical Center have been awarded fellowships at two well known metropolitan medical centers.

Nancy Holder, MD, has received a fellowship in pulmonary medicine and critical care medicine from Newark Beth Israel Medical Center while Amar Sarao, MD, is the recipient of a fellowship in critical care medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

“Fellowships from these outstanding health care institutions show that Trinitas Regional Medical Center offers a first-rate residency program,” said Gary S. Horan, president and chief executive officer. “I’m proud to congratulate all who are part of this fine program.”

Holder and Sarao join other Trinitas Regional Medical Center medical residents who most recently have received fellowships at prestigious national institutions. They are: Vivek Bansal, MD, who received a fellowship in Endoscopy at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland; Mukesh Kumas, MD, who was awarded a fellowship in hematology and oncology from Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia, and Swaroopa Yerrabothala, MD, currently doing a blood transfusion fellowship at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire where she will begin a fellowship in hematology and oncology.

 


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