Thank you to our Division of Renal Medicine clinicians

In honor of National Doctor’s Day (March 30), please join the Emory University Department of Medicine and the Emory University School of Medicine Recognitions Committee in congratulating this year’s nominees* in the Division of Renal Medicine (Nephrology). While we applaud our nominees, we would like to thank every member of the Renal Medicine team for your hard work and commitment to Emory.

2016 Division of Renal Medicine Doctors’ Day nominees:

guasch-antonioAntonio Guasch, MD

“Dr. Guasch is an expert in renal disease management, especially glomerulonephritis (GN)… His patient care and bedside manner are extraordinary, and he’s always willing to offer guidance to junior colleagues.”




lodhi-sundusSundus Lodhi, MD

“Dr. Lodhi is compassionate and has great clinical knowledge. [For her], no task is ever too small in the setting of patient care.”




*The Emory Medicine Recognitions Committee is creating a special acknowledgement to honor the Emory doctors who were nominated by internal faculty and/or staff for their dedication to improving the health and well-being of our patients and community through the care they provide, the research they conduct, and/or their efforts to teach and inspire young doctors.

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