News : 2013

Luis M. Ramos Gomez, M.D.

Family Medicine Expert Returns to Miller School to Lead New Inpatient Service

Luis M. Ramos Gomez, M.D., who recently completed his family medicine residency at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital after serving in a number of clinical and administrative capacities around the world, has returned to the Miller School to develop a new Family Medicine Inpatient Service at University of Miami Hospital that provides prompt, efficient, and effective patient- and community-centered care.

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Enrique Ginzburg, M.D., left, and emergency responders load a patient onto a truck headed to UM’s field hospital in Haiti, after the devastating 2010 earthquake.

Enrique Ginzburg, M.D., Appointed to the Florida Board of Medicine

Enrique Ginzburg, M.D., professor of surgery, has been appointed by Governor Rick Scott to serve as a member of the Florida Board of Medicine. Joining another UM faculty member on the board, he will serve a three-year term on the quasi-judicial panel responsible for disciplining physicians. A veteran trauma surgeon, Ginzburg also serves as Chief of Surgery at University of Miami Hospital.

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From left, UHealth's Marcia Dodo, DNP, ARNP, Gloria Hodgson, medical assistant, and Larkin Community Hospital's Robert Fernandez, D.O., demonstrate how nine Miami-Dade County schools use telehealth for mental health counseling.

School Health Clinics Expand to Include Dental and Counseling Services

Fueled by a $4 million federal Health Care Innovation Award, the Miller School has added mental health services and expanded dental services to the primary care programs of the School Health Initiative. The program, in operation for a decade, has served 11,000 Miami-Dade County public school students in nine schools and is positioned to be a national model.

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Eugene Schiff, M.D., left, with Dean Pascal J. Goldschmidt, M.D., right, accepts check to the Schiff Center for Liver Diseases, from Jeri Wolfson.

Wolfson Foundation Gifts Inspire and Challenge Medical Students

The Mitchell Wolfson Sr. Foundation continues to focus on saving lives by supporting and challenging Miller School of Medicine students who help patients attain optimal health and well-being. Recently, three checks representing a total of $690,000 in funding were presented to the Miller School of Medicine by Jeri Wolfson, a trustee of the Mitchell Wolfson Sr. Foundation, at a ceremony held at the Dean’s office.

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