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Carolinas HealthCare System welcomes new physicians

Carolinas HealthCare System recently welcomed a number of new physicians to CMC-Lincoln and practices in Lincoln County.
Hematology/oncology specialist Kwabena Osei-Boateng, MD, has joined the Lincolnton location of Levine Cancer Institute, a network of elite cancer centers across the Carolinas. Dr. Osei-Boateng completed his residency in internal medicine at the University of Maryland and a fellowship in hematology and medical oncology at Taussig Cancer Institute at the Cleveland Clinic.
Board-certified pediatrician Douglas Dodds, MD, has joined CMC-Lincoln as a pediatric hospitalist. Dr. Dodds completed his residency at Palmetto Health/University of South Carolina School of Medicine. CMC-Lincoln’s pediatric hospitalist program is affiliated with nationally recognized Levine Children’s Hospital.
Board-certified family medicine physician Koshilie Gunadasa, MD, has joined LakeMont Family Medicine. Dr. Gunadasa completed her residency at Mayo Clinic Health System in Waycross, in affiliation with Georgia Regent University Medical College of Georgia.
Internal medicine physician David Meyer, MD, has joined East Lincoln Primary Care. Dr. Meyer earned his medical degree from East Tennessee State University and completed his residency at the University of Vermont’s Department of Internal Medicine. Dr. Meyer is fluent in Spanish.
A number of emergency medicine physicians have joined CMC-Lincoln: Kirk Campbell, DO, MSEd; Stephen Kroh, DO; Jessica Taylor, MD; and Michael Tedrow, DO. Dr. Campbell and Dr. Kroh completed residencies in emergency medicine at Kent Hospital in Warwick, R.I.. Dr. Taylor completed her residency in emergency medicine at Detroit medical Center/Sinai Grace Hospital. Dr. Tedrow completed his residency at Metro Health Hospital in Wyoming.

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