Faculty

Message from the Director

The mission of the Pulmonary Disease Fellowship program at Eisenhower Health is to train outstanding physicians who can diagnose and manage patients with a wide variety of pulmonary complaints and diseases.

Our desire is to graduate physicians that will contribute to the high quality health care available in the Coachella Valley and throughout the United States. The curriculum at Eisenhower has tried to strike a balance that stresses attention to the scientific knowledge and investigation that bears on the fundamental mechanisms of pulmonary diseases and therapy with the art of delivering comprehensive, competent and compassionate care to patients. The fellowship is two years, fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), and currently accepts three incoming fellows per year.

In addition, continuing your training in the beautiful Coachella Valley will give you an opportunity to experience desert living at it finest. Nestled between the mesmerizing San Jacinto Mountains and Joshua Tree National Park, the Coachella Valley is like no other place on earth. Living in the desert offers a quality of life that enhances your experience.

I hope that you will seriously consider our institution. I believe that it offers an opportunity to advance one’s skill set and grow, combined with a vibrant working environment and an outstanding place to live and explore. I look forward to talking with you personally.

Perumbeti-Anil

Anil Perumbeti, MD
Pulmonary Disease*
Critical Care*

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Core Faculty

Dabu-Joan

Joan Kristine Dabu, MD

Pulmonary Disease*
Critical Care*
Internal Medicine*

Patricia Cummings, PhD, MPH

Patricia Cummings, PhD, MPH

Department of Epidemiology and Evaluation Director

Thomas-Justin

Justin M. Thomas, MD

Pulmonary Disease*
Critical Care*