Dr. Rubenstein is a Penn Medicine employed physician.
After 24 years in private practice as well as maintaining a clinical faculty appointment at the University of Pennsylvania teaching residents along with hosting residents for monthly rotations in my practice, I decided to join as a full-time faculty member in the department of neurology and the general neurology division. I continue to maintain a very busy clinical practice in neurology with five of my own sessions weekly often working with residents and medical students during these. I also staff two resident clinic sessions a week and have a single session at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. The latter session is split between seeing pediatric Tourette syndrome patients and adult trisomy 21 patients within the CHOP system. I routinely work with our residents on a daily basis.In addition to my own clinical practice, I also spend 8 weeks a year attending on the inpatient neurology service where I have daily interaction with the residents and medical students.Twice annually I travel to Tanzania to supervise resident training in global health and neurology by providing a broad experience in a rural and low resource area of Africa.
A facility of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Medical School: West Virginia University School of Medicine
Residency: West Virginia University Hospital
Residency: University of Virginia Health System
This blog was begun in 2014 to document my global health work being done in Tanzania in conjunction with the Foundation for African Medicine and Education and the University of Pennsylvania department of neurology.
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