Company: Emerson Hospital
Location: Acton, Massachusetts, United States
Noor Roomi, Physician at Emerson Hospital, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in internal medicine.
Hailing from Iraq, Dr. Roomi obtained a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Baghdad College of Medicine and subsequently completed a residency with the Boston Medical Center and the Veterans Administration Boston Medical Center in 2001. As a primary care physician, she has provided superior care in internal medicine with Emerson Hospital for over 20 years, with her clinical interests involving pulmonary medicine, cardiovascular medicine and exercise tolerance testing.
Dr. Roomi’s professional associations include the American Medical Association and the Massachusetts Medical Association. Since 2018, she has served as president of the Mandaean Medical Professionals Association, an organization of physicians who practice the Mandaean religion that originated in what is the present-day Iraq.
Desiring to be a physician since she was very young and was treated at doctor’s offices, Dr. Roomi asserts that as a doctor, she has never worked a day in her life. In coming years, she intends to continue to excel with her practice at Emerson Hospital and would like to be more involved in medical education.
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