Ranjan Ginde is a patient and kind internist, who is dedicated to providing his patients in New York City with the best care that they can receive. Dr. Ginde is affiliated with the St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center. Dr. Ginde earned his medical degree from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. He then completed his residency in internal medicine at the St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center. Dr. Ginde has been in practice since 2012.
Dr. Ginde has conducted research regarding the intervention of sepsis in a pre-hospital environment. Many of Dr. Ginde’s illness consultations are completed within an hour, and he conducts his appointments with an attention to detail and respect for his patients.
Medical School - A.T. Still University, Kirksville
Saint Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center, Residency in Internal Medicine
Washington University, St. Louis (Bachelor’s)
American Board of Internal Medicine
Awards and Publications
Harvey R. Honig Award for Excellence in Medicine, Department of Medicine, St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center. June 2011
Outstanding Junior Resident, Department of Medicine, St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center. June 2011
Aora V. Gangireddy S, Mehrotra A, Ginde R, Tormey M, Meltzer D, Ability of Hospitalized Patients to Identify their In-Hospital Physicians. Archives of Internal Medicine 2009: 169: 199201.
Gunaga S, Fletcher J, Walker J, Kella V, Ginde R. Defining Sepsis Intervention Intervals in the Encounter of Septic Shock in the Pre-Hospital Environment. Abstract presented at the annual ,meeting of the National Association for Emergency Medical Service Physicians, February 2009.
Aora V. Mehrotra A, Ginde R, Tormey M, Meltzer D. Ability of Hospitalized Patients to Identify their Inpatient Physicians. Abstract presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Hospital Medicine, May 24, 2007.