Title: Associate Clinical Professor
Company: University of Michigan
Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States
Theodore Suh, Associate Clinical Professor at University of Michigan, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in clinical medicine education.
Known for his quality patient care, keen supervision of fellows and residents and clinical research, Dr. Suh is an experienced medical professional who brings his best to each new day of work. As an associate clinical professor at the University of Michigan, Dr. Suh is able to bring his robust skill set to the floor each day to train and inspire the next generation of medical professionals.
Dr. Suh received his own education at Harvard University. In 1998, he earned a Bachelor of Arts from the highly esteemed institution. He then earned a Master of Health Science from Duke University. He continued a few years later with his education at the University of Cincinnati, where he earned an MD and a PhD in 1998. His hard work throughout the decades has been recognized with the Top Medical Director award, which was presented to him by the International Association of Top Professionals in 2017. He is board certified in internal medicine and geriatric medicine.
With Dr. Suh’s area of focus largely on geriatric medicine, his clinical and research interests include geriatric and functional assessment, falls, osteoporosis, cancer and medication use in older adults, use of electronic medical records in improving patient care, and sleep disorders in elderly patients. On top of his academic position at the University of Michigan, he serves as medical director of the Huron Valley PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly).
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