Residents graduate from Pediatric Residency program
Fifteen residents from the Pediatric Residency program marked the completion of their training during a ceremony at the Best Western Premier in Harrisburg on June 4, 2021.
“It is such an amazing achievement to not only graduate but thrive in residency during a pandemic,” said Dr. Aaron Shedlock, director of the Pediatric Residency program. “Our pediatric residents grew together confronting an unprecedented challenge with admirable resiliency. I know they have developed the skillset needed to accomplish any future endeavor, and we wish them well.”
The residents will practice medicine in locations ranging from Mechanicsburg, Pa., to Indianapolis, Indiana.
Members of the Class of 2021 include:
- Oyindamola Ajewole, MD – Private Practice, Md.
- Lena Baker, MD – PICU Fellowship, Rainbow Babies & Children’s, Cleveland, Ohio
- Chelsea Bradshaw, MD – Chief Resident, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
- Emily Despeaux, MD – Hospitalist, Southcentral Pa.
- Jatinder Dhami, MD – PICU fellowship at Riley Children’s, Indianapolis, Indiana
- Kelly Flynn, DO – Eden Park Pediatrics, Lancaster, Pa.
- Antoinette Jones, MD – NICU Fellowship, University of Rochester, N.Y.
- Micah Keeno, DO – Chief Resident, Toledo, Ohio
- Tulasi Khandan, MD – Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship, Mount Sinai, N.Y.
- Sara McHugh, DO – JDC Pediatrics, Mechanicsburg, Pa.
- Lauren McNickle, MD – Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship, Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Mass.
- Archana Nelliot, MD – Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Residency, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore
- Samantha Noronha, MD – Chief Resident, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
- Shari Wallace, MD – Cornerstone Family Health Care, Middletown, N.Y.
- Soriayah Zaghab-Mathews, MD – Children’s Medical Group, Cumberland, Md.
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