Dr. Kanti Bhalani Re-Appointed To UCF College of Medicine

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Doctors' Goodwill Foundation funds scholarships

ABOVE VIDEO: Dr. Kanti Bhalani, founder of The Doctors’ Goodwill Foundation, talks about the formation of DGF with Danny Treanor during the 2014 Doctors’ Goodwill Ambassador Awards.

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE FLORIDA – Dr. Kanti Bhalani, founder of The Doctors Goodwill Foundation, has been re-appointed to the University of Central Florida College of Medicine as Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Dr. Deborah German

Dr. Deborah German

“We appreciate Dr.Bhalani’s continued interest and involvement in the medical education program,” said Deborah C. German, MD, Dean of the UCF College of Medicine and Vice President for Medical Affairs.

The all-volunteer Doctors Goodwill Foundation funds scholarships to train tomorrow’s leaders in medicine.

The all-volunteer Doctors Goodwill Foundation funds scholarships to train tomorrow’s leaders in medicine. In 2008, the organization partnered with Parrish Medical Center to provide $160,000 in scholarship funds to pay for the full four-year tuition of a medical student enrolled in the first class at the University of Central Florida Medical College. (Image for Space Coast Medicine & Active Living)

The all-volunteer Doctors Goodwill Foundation funds scholarships to train tomorrow’s leaders in medicine. In 2008, the organization partnered with Parrish Medical Center to provide $160,000 in scholarship funds to pay for the full four-year tuition of a medical student enrolled in the first class at the University of Central Florida Medical College. (Image for Space Coast Medicine & Active Living)

In 2008, the organization partnered with Parrish Medical Center to provide $160,000 in scholarship funds to pay for the full four-year tuition of a medical student enrolled in the first class at the University of Central Florida Medical College.

The Foundation also funds scholarships for high school students pursuing a health care career.

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The group’s newest project, Patients Advocacy Support Services, or PASS, is a service that connects patients with needed healthcare resources through the use of volunteer health care experts who commit to visiting homes, facilities and communities to discuss the best options for care.

DGF MERCY MISSIONS

Missions of compassionate care have significantly impacted the lives of the poor in Costa Rica, Haiti, Tanzania, Brazil, Indonesia, Figi, Pakistan and Tibet. Surgeries are performed and babies are delivered. Well clinics address a host of issues, from infections to tumors.

Kanti Bhalani

Kanti Bhalani

“Physicians always have a soft spot for helping the community,” said Bhalani. “We are committed to helping people in need.”

The Foundation orchestrates mercy missions manned by physicians and community leaders who give their uncompensated time and services and pay for their own travel expenses to provide medical care to those desperately needing it.

Doctors’ Goodwill Foundation serves as conduit to channel medical supplies and equipment right into impoverished communities.

Follow-up care assures patients continue receiving help, and the medical supplies and equipment gathered and shipped by the Foundation enables this continuing care.

Doctors’ Goodwill Foundation serves as conduit to channel medical supplies and equipment right into impoverished communities.

“Our goal is to serve as advocates and connect the community with the health resources they need,” said Bhalani.”

CLICK HERE for more information about the Doctors’ Goodwill Foundation.


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