Mark chats with Dr. Latha Ganti, the the Vice Chair for Research Academic Affairs & Faculty Development at Osceola Regional Medical Center in the Kissimmee, Florida area.
Tune in for one of EPM Talk’s most energetic and exciting discussions with a physician that’s so passionate about research.
Here’s some more information about Dr. Ganti:
As the daughter of the Assistant Secretary General for the United Nations, Dr. Ganti grew up in New York City, Geneva, Switzerland, Nairobi, Kenya, among other places and speaks seven languages. Her multicultural upbringing has helped her bond with her patients in a meaningful way, since the vast majority of them are primarily Spanish speaking. Dr. Ganti is focused on patient satisfaction and will take the time to print out and explain their results while educating families.
Dr. Ganti has won over 18 national awards, including the EMRA Academic Excellence award, the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) National Faculty Teaching award, the AMA’s William Beaumont Award, the first EMRA Mentorship Award and was also celebrated as one of the “Heroes in Emergency Medicine” by ACEP in honor of the organization’s 40th anniversary.