We would like to welcome the following new Fellows of the College of Urgent Care Medicine. These fellows represent the best of us who work every day to provide the highest quality of medicine and advance the specialty of Urgent Care Medicine. They should be honored for their dedication and contributions.

Amanda Cowan, MD, FCUCM

Daniel Dabbah, MD, CPE, FCUCM

Janae Walsh, RN, BSN, FNP-C, FCUCM

Jasmeet Bhogal, MD, MBA, FCUCM                                                                       

Nandini Koka, MD, FCUCM

Interested in becoming a Fellow? The CUCM Fellowship program is open to practicing physicians, PAs, and NPs who have a solid foundation in Urgent Care and who have been active members of CUCM for at least one year. Further requirements can be found here.

Those who achieve fellowship status will be entitled to use the initials FCUCM (Fellow of the College of Urgent Care Medicine) for as long as they are members in the College.

We also want to recognize Urgent Caring’s Co-Editor-in-Chief, Tracey Davidoff, MD, FCUCM for serving on a medical mission to Honduras through AdventHealth Global Missions. 

AdventHealth accomplished this through a partnership with Hospital Adventista in Valle de Angeles, Honduras.  The mission involved travel to five mountain villages where churches and schools were converted into medical clinics.  Dr. Davidoff was accompanied by four other medical providers, nurses, pharmacists, and support staff.  The team ultimately provided Urgent Care services to over 1,000 patients. All patients were provided antiparasitics, acetaminophen, ibuprofen, and multivitamins—and even a pinata for the children!

Thank you, Dr. Davidoff, for volunteering to be a part of this impactful team! Volunteers such as yourself make the world a better place.