RANSON, W.Va., Jan. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Safa M. Osman, MD is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle ProfessionalMember in the field of Internal Medicine in recognition of her role as an Internist at Valley Health Internal Medicine.
Dedicated to the health and wellness of their patients, the team at Valley Health Internal Medicine is comprised
Amassing over two decades of experience in the field of internal medicine, Dr. Osman is a renowned expert in the field. Specialized in infectious diseases, endocrine disease, and women's health, Dr. Osman is equipped in handling matters in regards to anxiety, bronchitis, allergies, skin diseases, respiratory infections, obesity, osteoarthritis and Attention Deficit Disorder. Attributing her success to the great support of her family and particularly, her husband, Mohamed, Dr. Osman was inspired to go into the field after observing her sisters grow up to become doctors themselves.
Having always enjoyed internal medicine, her advice to those entering the field of internal medicine is to remember, "You have to put a lot of effort into it."
Throughout the course of her education and training, Dr. Osman attained her Medical Degree from the Omdurman Islamic University Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences located in Omdurman Sudan. In her previous years, Dr. Osman attended the University of Phoenix where she received her Master's Degree in Health Administration and Gerontology. Later, she began her residency at New York Medical College OLMC and is currently completing her residency at Montefiore Medical Center.
When she is not working, Dr. Osman enjoys reading and bike riding.
Dr. Osman dedicates this recognition for her mother, "I truly think I owe a large of my hardworking to my mom and to my wonderful husband Mohamed Haroun: Thank you for your continuing love and support."
For more information, please visit valleyhealthlink.com
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, email@example.com
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