Anju Oommen recently certified as “Specialist in Clinical Hypertension”

Anju Oommen, MD

Anju Oommen, MD

Emory Division of Renal Medicine faculty member Anju Oommen, MD was recently certified as an American Society of Hypertension (ASH) Specialist in Clinical Hypertension. The Specialist in Clinical Hypertension certification (ASH-SCH) identifies and recognizes physicians with expert skills and mastery of a defined body of knowledge in the management of clinical hypertension and related disorders. These physicians can act as local and regional consultants for the more complex and difficult cases and also assist in advice regarding guidelines and process improvement.

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About D. Oommen, MD

Dr. Oommen is a faculty member in the Division of Renal Medicine (Nephrology) at Emory University School of Medicine.  She completed her fellowship in renal medicine at Emory University School of Medicine and residency at Morehouse School of Medicine.

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