New Bridge Medical Center’s Psychiatry Residency Program held its annual graduation ceremony at the Medical Center on Friday, June 22, 2018. Sheema Imran, MD; Muhammad Navaid Iqbal, MD; Muhammad Khan, MD; Imran Qureshi, MD; Sarah Sheikh, MD and Joseph Siragusa, MD all graduated from four years of residency training. Tarek Aly, MD and Naeema Hassan, MD graduated from three years of residency training.
“New Bridge Medical Center is proud to participate in the training of our future leaders in Psychiatry. It is our hope that the excellent and well -rounded learning experiences at our hospital has prepared our graduates to provide high quality healthcare as they move forward in their careers,” said Kristine Pendy, Chief Clinical Officer for Behavioral Health Services at New Bridge Medical Center. “We congratulate our graduates and wish them success in the future endeavors!”
New Bridge Medical Center’s Psychiatry Residency Program is one of the largest and most well respected in the area. It is designed to give the residents clinical experience in adult, geriatric, addiction, and child psychiatry as well as to provide sound theoretical and clinical training and to establish a foundation for future specialization. The educational philosophy of our program is eclectic with a variety of diagnostic and treatment approaches. The interdisciplinary nature of our clinical department introduces the trainees to a wide range of well-grounded theories and therapies. The residents, under the guidance and supervision of experienced faculty, gain a broad clinical expertise in the care and treatment of a diversified patient population.