August 30, 2023
The College of Community Health Sciences welcomed new fellows in obstetrics and sports medicine.
CCHS has eight fellowship programs designed to enhance the education of family medicine physicians, especially those who plan to practice in rural and underserved communities. In addition to obstetrics and sports medicine, the College has fellowships in behavioral health, emergency medicine, geriatrics, hospital medicine, pediatrics and rural public psychiatry.
Dr. Pamela Angelo, a native of Jamaica, worked as a business analyst at Southern California Edison in Rosemead, Calif., before completing medical school at Ross University School of Medicine in Barbados. She completed a family medicine residency at the Northwest Washington Family Medicine Residency Program in Bremerton, Wash.
Dr. Savannah Giovane, of Arley, Ala., received her medical degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham Marnix E. Heersink School of Medicine in Birmingham, Ala. She completed her clinical training years – the third and fourth years of medical school – at CCHS. She completed a family medicine residency at Montgomery Family Medicine Residency Program in Montgomery, Ala.
Dr. Dalton Lohsandt, of Wellington, Missouri received his medical degree from the University of Missouri School of Medicine in Columbia, Mo., and completed his residency at the University of Missouri Family Medicine Residency Program. He has a special interest in team coverage and clinical procedures.
Dr. William Tremlett, of Enterprise, Ala., received his doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from Edward Via University of the Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, Va., and completed his residency at the Montgomery Family Medicine Residency Program in Montgomery, Ala.