Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Virtual Community Family Physician Forum

7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Presented virtually via Zoom. 

https://umich.zoom.us/j/95558038953?pwd=T2lkY0wrZUZjTDM1Q0tuM2xVNlV3QT09

Meeting ID: 955 5803 8953

Passcode: 759179

To RSVP or to request a calendar invite please email Andrea Murawa, baxtera@umich.edu

The Department of Family Medicine and the Family Medicine Interest Group present this forum for students featuring four physician alumni who practice in a non-academic setting. 

Community Family Physician Forum Join us on Zoom October 4 at 7 p.m.

 Are you a student who is interested in family medicine?

Are you a student who would like more information about family medicine?

Are you a student who would like to learn what family medicine is?

If you answered yes to any of these questions or even if you do not have an answer; join us to learn more as we talk with four of our physician alumni who practice in a non-academic setting.

Forum Speakers

Jamila Battle, M.D. headshot. Close up of a black woman looking at the camera with a smile showing teeth.

Jamila Battle, M.D.

University of Michigan Residency, 2008

As a triple board-certified physician in the areas of family, sleep and addiction, Dr. Battle explores the relationship between adverse childhood experiences, toxic stress and the leading causes of morbidity, mortality, and disability in the United States to include chronic physical health problems, sleep disorders, depression, obesity, and drug abuse.

Mike Bruderly, M.D. headshot, white man with short brown hair wearing a purple button down shirt

Mike Bruderly, M.D.

University of Michigan Residency, 2003

Dr. Bruderly strives to provide his patients with comprehensive, up-to-date, and compassionate care. He listens to his patients to understand what their true needs are, then partners with them to deliver personalized, evidence-based care. Dr. Bruderly believes that the best care comes from listening to his patients to understand what their health goals are, and then working with them to develop a personalized, evidence-based plan of care.

Dr. Bruderly is the medical director at Trinity Health IHA Medical Group, Primary Care - West Arbor.

Ramsey Shehab, MD headshot of a white man with brown hair wearing a shirt and tie and white medical coat

Ramsey Shehab, M.D.

University of Michigan Residency, 2005

Dr. Shehab serves as deputy chief of sports medicine and as the associate program director for the primary care sports medicine fellowship. He is also the lead medical physician for the Detroit Pistons and Oakland University.

Jaime Weinstein, MD - headshot of a white woman with curly brown hair

Jamie Weinstein, M.D.

University of Michigan Residency, 2003

Dr. Weinstein works for TPMG (Kaiser in Northern CA.)  Currently she is practicing clinically (outpatient family medicine, but no OB.)  Prior to this, she had a combined position with UCSF/ Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency.  Dr. Weinstein also does grass roots medical advocacy for people who are incarcerated.