I have lived in Florida my entire life and spent most of my childhood in Lakeland. From there, I moved to Tampa where I received my BS in Cell and Molecular Biology from the University of South Florida. I then went on to receive my MD with a scholarly concentration in Public Health from USF as well. When I'm not at the hospital, I am probably playing on my drum set, relaxing by the beach, or enjoying the many sights the Miami-Dade area has to offer.
Born in Lebanon, Fayez moved to Florida as a child. After completing his bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences at the UCF in Orlando,he attended medical school at Nova Southeastern University. The strong interpersonal skills needed to become a successful ER physician as well as the perfect combination of acuity and generality is what attracted him to EM. His clinical interests include Business Medicine and Medical Simulation. Fayez enjoys weightlifting, playing basketball, and traveling.
Born and raised in LA, I attended the UC- Berkeley, where I studied Psychology and Anthropology. I then moved to Tel Aviv, Israel, where I worked in the startup industry before realizing my love for medicine. I obtained my medical education in Israel, at Ben Gurion University, in Be’er Sheva. There, I was able to get invaluable hands-on tactical and trauma experience, bringing about my interest in Emergency Medicine. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with family & friends.
My name is Osiris Johnson. I’m originally from Tampa, FL and attended medical school in Washington DC. In my free time I enjoy playing soccer, restaurant hopping, and kayaking.
Dennis was born and raised in Orlando, FL. He attended the USF for his undergraduate degree and moved to Nashville, TN to pursue medicine at Meharry Medical College, School of Medicine. He graduated as a member of Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and chose emergency medicine because it directly aligns with his passion for caring for the underserved. His interests include ultrasound, resuscitation, medical education and tactical medicine. Enjoys playing ice hockey, cooking and, hiking.
I was born in Iran and lived there until I was ten years old. I then moved to Charlotte, NC where I lived for the next twelve years. I attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where I studied chemistry. I then moved to Charlottesville, Virginia where I attended medical school at the University of Virginia. In my free time, I enjoy exercising, spending time outdoors, and hanging out with friends.
Born and raised in Springfield, Missouri, where I attended Drury University for undergrad. Went to medical school at A.T. Still University in Kirksville, MO, before finally escaping to Florida. Clinical interests include ultrasound and critical care. Interests outside of medicine include cooking, fitness, anything outdoors, and music. Unfortunately I’m really into jazz, and I’ve also played the saxophone somewhat passably for the past 14 years.
I grew up in the small town of Cave Creek, Arizona. As the son of two veterinarians, I lived on a small ranch surrounded by all sorts of animals. I Arizona State University where I majored in Biology and minored in Philosophy. I completed medical school at the Keck School of Medicine at USC, where I found a passion for Emergency Medicine and medical education. In my free time I enjoy playing baseball, learning new songs on the guitar and piano, and hiking whatever wilderness is nearby.
Born and raised in the suburbs of Atlanta in Georgia. As an undergraduate, I studied Electrical Engineering and pre-medicine at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Following that, I served as a reconnaissance pilot for the US Air Force, where I flew missions all over the world for six years. I am a graduate of the U Miami-Miller School of Medicine, where I discovered Emergency Medicine and almost immediately knew that it was for me. In my free time, I enjoy flying small airplanes and boating.
Trung grew up in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam, and came to the U.S. to join his family at age 18. He holds a Masters of Public Health degree from Washington University in St. Louis, and is a graduate of Wayne State University Medical School in Detroit, Michigan. His professional interest is in hospital management, teamwork and communication in medicine, and international healthcare. His hobbies include fishing, kickboxing, video games, traveling, food and cooking.
I grew up in the small town of Poteau, Oklahoma where I lived on top of cavanal, the world’s highest hill. I’m an avid outdoorsman who loves to camp, hike, fish or do anything else outside. Im married to my lovely wife Hannah and we have two pups Schatzi and Hobbes.
I was born in St. Louis, MO and moved to the Miami area when I was 10. I completed my undergraduate degree at St. Louis University in Psychology with a minor in Spanish. I attended Ross University for medical school. Interested in pursuing an fellowship in International Medicine once finishing my EM residency. Things are are important to me: Family, traveling, beach volleyball, happy hours.