As an Osteopathic physician, Dr. Gray has been treating the whole patient—physical, emotional and spiritual—for more than 30 years. His mission in life is not only to provide the highest standard of care, but to raise the level of care that women receive, particularly in the non invasive detection of silent heart disease. After closing his private practice, he began working locum tenens in 2013 with Weatherby Healthcare. He currently works as a correctional medicine physician in Ohio.
Dr. Shen is a family medicine physician from New Jersey. After completing his medical education at the University of Texas San Antonio and working as a resident physician at Houston Methodist Hospital, Dr. Shen opted to become a locum tenens physician with CompHealth, rather than join a practice or sign a contract with a facility. He has been taking assignments in Texas and Colorado since 2014.
Dr. Anselmetti is a practicing OB/GYN from Seattle, Washington. She received her medical degree from Meharry Medical College in Nashville and completed her residency at the University of California at Davis. She has worked as a locum tenens physician for CompHealth since 2013, regularly taking assignments in Whidbey Island and Moses Lake, Washington.
Born in Hong Kong. Educated in Canada. Fellowship trained at MGH and been at Harvard since 1995. 28th President of Urologic Society for Transplantation and Renal Surgery. Emeritus Surgical Director of Renal Transplant at MGH. 5 start up companies and 2 acquisitions. Expertise in surgery, healthcare systems, insurance reimbursements, process streamlining, product development, hospital infrastructure, and Asia Pacific rim network development.
My goal and dream is to motivate, educate, and inspire young people to pursue careers in the healthcare industry. By 2020, 27% of the jobs in the U.S. will be related to healthcare...5.6 million jobs will be created by the healthcare industry over the next five years. Given that there are 75 million baby boomers, 80,000 of which are turning 65 each week for the next 14 years, we need a massive effort to recruit young people to enter healthcare professions. More than ever, we need minorities to pursue careers in the healthcare industry to help address healthcare disparities.
Dr. Monali Desai is a Locum Tenens Cardiologist at Sanford Health. She attended medical school at Emory University, finished her internal medicine residency at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, and went on to complete her cardiology fellowship at St. Louis University Hospital.