On June 7th Orange Park Medical Center celebrated the graduation of 32 residents from four of their Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs. The graduation ceremony was held at Timuquana Country Club.

The exiting graduates will be followed by an incoming class of 38 residents and fellows that will bring the hospital's graduate medical education program to a total of 77. The training programs vary from 1-4 years and include family medicine, internal medicine, dermatology, a transitional year program which focuses on subspecialties, psychiatry and cardiology.

Orange Park Medical Center will have residents graduating from four programs including dermatology, transitional year, internal medicine and family medicine where they have spent from 1-3 years treating patients at Orange Park Medical Center and surrounding clinics.

On average, 70% of residents stay within the community of their residency program. With a severe physician shortage on the rise, starting in 2020, Orange Park Medical Center's plan is to continue the recruitment of skilled physicians to the Clay County area to assist in the long term need.

Internal Medicine

Areen Al-Taie, MD

Nadeem Anwar, MD

Sriharsha Athota, MD

Pragathi Balakrishna, MD

Manzar Hussain, MD

Akshaya Kambhatla, MD

Muhammad Asi Mangi, MD

Abdul Mannan Minhas, MD

Muhammad Nauman Riaz, MD

Steven Yoon, MD

Family Medicine graduates and staff

Internal Medicine graduates and staff

Transitional Year

Sophia Akhiyat, MD

Christina Brooks, MD

Luke Brown, MD

Parvinjit Dhaliwal, DO

Dennis Gonzalez-Betancourt, MD

Walt Kelley, MD

Lisa Kisling, DO

Oladapo Oshikoya, MD

Nirav Patel, MD

Giselle Prado, MD

Hamza Rahimi, MD

Charles Russell, MD

Justin Sanders, DO

Tina Shiang, MD

Francisca Valenzuela, MD

Family Medicine

Dominique Dilorenzo, MD

Chamonix Kinimaka, MD

Kaushambi Parghi, MD

Manpreet Phambri-Komal, MD

Mohammaed Ayaz Sadat, MD

Andre Smyth, DO

Family Medicine graduates and staff

Family Medicine graduates and staff


Jessica Newburger, DO