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Fadi H. Ramadan, MD, BSc.
Primary Care Physician; Assistant Professor of Medicine, TUSM
Department + Services
Medicine, Primary Care
Seeing Patients In
|Programs + Specialties
||Frailty and aging, Dementia, Falls & gait disorders in older adults
|Training + Education
American University of Beirut (AUB); State University of New York, Buffalo; Veterans Affairs Hospital of Western New York, State University of New York
||Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine
||View Accepted Insurances at Tufts MC + Floating Hospital
Tufts Medical Center Primary Care — Boston
Biewend Building, 4B
800 Washington St.
Boston, MA 02111
Phone #: 617-636-5400
Fax #: 617-636-9712
06/85 Academic Distinction Award- High Distrinction International College
06/95 Distinguished Educator Award New York/Catholic Hospital System
06/96 Outstanding House Staff Award (Austin- Flint) SUNY Buffalo
04/01 Physician of the Month Award Hospice of Western New York
06/03 White Coat Teaching Award SUNY Buffalo
06/03 Faculty Teaching and Research Award SUNY Buffalo
11/07 Best Geriatric Education Tool Award Reynolds Foundation
Ramadan, Fadi, Hashmi, Ardeshir. Geriatric Urinary Incontinence. In: Kiefer MM, Chong CR, eds. Pocket Primary Care: A Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2014.
Ramadan, Fadi, Hernandez, Amanda. Dementia. In: Kiefer MM, Chong CR, eds. Pocket Primary Care: A Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2014.
Ramadan, Fadi, Franco, Esteban. Falls. In: Kiefer MM, Chong CR, eds. Pocket Primary Care: A Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2014.
National & International Presentations:
2008 Introduction to Aging Physiology. Baystate Medical Center Noon Conference,
Geriatrics Division, Springfield, MA.
2010 Aging of the Eye & Eye Diseases in the Elderly. Geriatrics Division weekly Conference, Boston University, Boston, MA.
1999 Delirium in the Emergency Department, Original Research. American Geriatrics Society Annual Meeting. Research Symposium, Scientific Session. Philadelphia, PA
2000 Management of Behavioral Symptoms in Dementia: Research Based Guidelines. State Symposium, Department of Health of State of New York, Albany, New York.
2004 Venous Thromboembolism. Grand Rounds, University of Rochester, New York.
2005 Designing a Medical School Structure: The Pyramid of Curriculum Development. Harvard Macy Physician Educator Program, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA.
2006 Dementia for the Internist. American College of Physicians (ACP) Annual Meeting, New York State Chapter, Upstate New York.
2010 Frailty and Aging Voice: Presentation & Voice Panel Member. American Society of Otolaryngology Annual Meeting (September Meeting), Boston, MA.
2011 Workshop: Urinary Incontinence, Hands-on Use of Bladder Scanner (2 hours) Orlando, Florida American Geriatrics Society
2013 Leader, Interactive Resident Quiz Session, American Geriatrics Society Annual Meeting, Grapevine, TX
2000 Geriatrics in Lebanon. Live Television Interview (45 minutes), Lebanese State TV Channel (Tele Liban).
2006 Alzheimer Disease Update. Grand Rounds, American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC), Beirut, Lebanon.
Dr Ramadan received his Medical Degree from the American University of Beirut (AUB) in 1992. After completing his Residency in Internal Medicine in 1996 at State University of New York, Buffalo, he went on to finish a Geriatric Fellowship in 2002 at the Veterans Affairs Western New York Health System, State University of New York.
He became Board Certified in Internal Medicine (1996, 2006) and in Geriatrics (2002).
He has been faculty at State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, Teaching Hospitals from 1996-2009 where he Directed Acute In-patient Geriatric Services. At SUNY he taught students, residents and fellows and earned several teaching awards.
Dr. Ramadan was also faculty at Tufts Medical Center from 2009-2011, where he was the founder of Inpatient Geriatric Medicine.
Understanding that Geriatrics is a complex, challenging and very rewarding field, he chose to hone his interest in the physiology of aging and Geriatric Education which brought him to Massachusetts General Hospital in 2011 to work with fellows (our future Geriatricians) and Direct the Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program for 6 years.
He is currently interested in Geriatric Education, Clinical Research, and the improvement of health care delivery for frail older adults with comorbidities.
Dr. Ramadan developed the first comprehensive electronic resource on Human Aging, a comprehensive & detailed CD-ROM / web link on age-related changes in organ systems. He is currently working on converting the CD to text (book). He was also one of the first to report on the use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors in behavioral symptoms of dementia.
Dr. Ramadan was the recipient of the prestigious Geriatric Academic Career Award from the United States Department of Health and Human Services, 2003-2008.
American Geriatrics Society (AGS)