Operation Medical welcomes 5 new doctors to the 2015 India team. Joining us for first time this week are:
- Dr. Natwar Pareek is a Urologist in Binghamton, New York. He graduated from S M S Medicine College, University Of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India with an MD 59 years ago. He had his residency training of Urology at Lenox Hill Hospital and General Surgery at NYU Downtown Hospital. He is currently affiliated with United Health Services and Wilson Memorial Regional Medical Center in Johnson City, NY, Binghamton General Hospital and Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton, NY. Welcome to Operation Medical Dr. Pareek!
- Dr. Praful Desai is a retired Urologist living now in Greensburg, Pa. He has extensive experience in all urological procedures including endoscopy, laser, open, radical, brachy, incontinence and stone removal. He retired from his solo practice in 2011 after 33 years. His career spans practicing in India, England and the United States. Welcome back to India, Dr. Desai.
- Dr. Stefania Nolano is a 5th year General Surgery resident from Philadelphia College of Osteopathy Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. Prior medical missions include a 1-month trip to Cacha and Rio Bomba, Ecuador to care for the medically underserved. When not working, Stefania enjoys running, dancing, cooking and travel. In addition to English, she is fluent in Italian and Medical Spanish. Welcome Dr. Nolano!
- Dr. Lindsey K. Roach is a 5th year General Surgery resident from Philadelphia College of Osteopathy Medicine in Philadelphia, PA where she is the Chief Resident. Lindsey has a heart for volunteering and has worked with charities such as the Ronald McDonald House, “Operation Holiday Cheer”, “Walk Now for Autism”, the AIDS Walk and the Lance Armstrong Peloton Project. She is a member of the American Medical Association, American Osteopathic Association and the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons. Welcome Dr. Roach!
- Dr. Roger Mason is an Emergency Room Physician in Seattle, Washington. A Major in the United States Army he has served our nation and cared for troops from Iraq to Hawaii. He received the Meritorious Service Medical, US Army, 2011 and the Army Commendation Medal, US Army, 2008/2011 for services during Operation Iraqi Freedom. When not saving lives, he enjoys surfing, rock climbing, soccer, running, piano, fly-fishing and traveling. Welcome to Operation Medical Dr. Mason!