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I joined Fox Chase Cancer Center as an Onco-Hospitalist in order to apply current treatment guidelines and recommendations to provide outstanding care for hospitalized patients with cancer. I am excited to work collaboratively with oncology, palliative/supportive care, and subspecialties to ensure a multidisciplinary approach in the hospital-based care of the complex cancer patient. I have a special interest in improving quality of care through reducing clinical variation, preventable medical errors, hospital acquired conditions, and delays in patient progression and discharge.
2016 - Internal Medicine Resident Physician, Bassett Medical Center (Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons), Cooperstown, NY, USA
2013 - Doctor of Medicine (MD), St. Georgeʼs University School of Medicine, True Blue, Grenada
2008 - Biological Sciences (BSc, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology focus), University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, ON, Canada
American Board of Internal Medicine
Board Certified in Internal Medicine, 2016
American Association for Physician Leadership
American College of Physicians
Society of Hospital Medicine
An Intriguing Case of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in an Adult Patient with Remote Infection with COVID-19 and Acute Chlamydia; Chandnani M, Charini WA, Jha A, Dodhia C, Haddad E. An Intriguing Case of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in an Adult Patient with Remote Infection with COVID-19 and Acute Chlamydia. Case Rep Infect Dis. 2021 Sep 29;2021:6620240. doi: 10.1155/2021/6620240. PMID: 34631180; PMCID: PMC8494571.
Appendiceal carcinoid tumors: Is there a survival advantage to colectomy over appendectomy? Guzman, C., Boddhula, S., Panneerselvam, N., Dodhia, C., Hellenthal, N., Monie, D., Monzon, J., Kaufman, T. "Appendiceal Carcinoid Tumors: Is There a Survival Advantage to Colectomy over Appendectomy?" Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery 24 (May 2020), pp. 1149–1157. (Article)
Survival trends in patients with tracheal carcinoma from 1973 to 2011; Agrawal, S., Jackson, C., Celie, KB., Dodhia, C., Monie, D., Monzon, J., Kaufman, T., Hellenthal, N. “Survival trends in patients with tracheal carcinoma from 1973 to 2011.” American Journal of Otolaryngology, vol. 38, issue 6, Nov-Dec 2017, pp. 673-677. (Article)
Socioeconomic and gender disparities in anal cancer diagnosis and treatment; Celie, KB., Jackson, C., Agrawal, S., Dodhia, C., Guzman, C., Kaufman, T., Hellenthal, N., Monie, D., Monzon, J., Oceguera, L. “Socioeconomic and gender disparities in anal cancer diagnosis and treatment.” Surgical Oncology, vol. 26, no. 2, 2017, pp. 212–217. (Article)
Gastric plasmacytoma: A rare cause of acute upper GI bleeding; Saleem, S., Shahnawaz, A., Dodhia, C., Francisco, P. “Gastric Plasmacytoma: A Rare Cause of Acute Upper GI Bleeding.” Program No. P2261. ACG 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting Abstracts. Las Vegas, NV: American College of Gastroenterology. (Poster)
A rare cause of acute upper GI bleeding - gastric AVM associated with a splenic mass; Saleem, S., Dodhia, C., Shahnawaz, A. Gupta, M., Weinstock, J., Francisco, P. “A Rare Cause of Acute Upper GI Bleeding - Gastric AVM Associated with a Splenic Mass.” Program No. P2260. ACG 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting Abstracts. Las Vegas, NV: American College of Gastroenterology. (Poster)
Post transfusion purura in an adult; Pulluru, H., Dodhia, C., Patel, A. “Post Transfusion Purura in an Adult.” ACP New York Chapter 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting. Westchester, NY. American College of Physicians New York Chapter. (Poster)
Survival trends in patients with tracheal carcinoma from 1973 to 2011; Agarwal, S., Dodhia, C., Guzman, C., et al. “Survival Trends in Patients with Tracheal Carcinoma from 1973 to 2011.” Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 223, e187. (Abstract)
Carinoid tumors: Is there a survival advantage to colectomy over appendectomy? Guzman, C., Chidurala, S., Panneerselvam, N., Dodhia, C., Hellenthal, N. J., Monie D., Monzon, J. R., Kaufman, T. “Carinoid Tumors: Is There a Survival Advantage to Colectomy Over Appendectomy?” ASCRS 2016 Annual Meeting Abstracts. Los Angeles, CA: American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons. (Abstract)
Resident progress note improvement via a standardized template; Dodhia, C., Bischof, E. “Resident Progress Note Improvement via a Standardized Template.” Presented at Society of Hospital Medicine Annual Meeting 2016 –Innovations Category (San Diego, CA, USA; March, 2016); Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine 2016 Spring Meeting (Las Vegas, NV, USA; April 2016). (Poster)...Expand
Malignant tracheal tumors: a review of current diagnostic and management strategies; Khalid, S., Vakil, A., Dodhia, C., Fein, A. “Malignant tracheal tumors: a review of current diagnostic and management strategies.” Current Opinion in Pulmonary Medicine 21.4, 2015, pp. 322-326. (Article)
Atypical radiologic presentation of pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia in an HIV positive patient; Vakil, A., Dodhia, C., Patel, V., Cervellione, K., & Thurm, C. (2013). “Atypical Radiologic Presentation of Pneumocystis jiroveci Pneumonia in an HIV Positive Patient.” Chest, 144, 177A. (Poster)
Inflammatory bowel disease and treatment with associated pulmonary vasculitis: A case report; Vakil, A., Upadhyay, H., Dodhia, C., Patel, V., Cervellione, K., & Fein, A. (2013). “Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Treatment with Associated Pulmonary Vasculitis: A Case Report.” Chest, 144, 904A. (Poster) Collapse
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