Patient Preferred Physicians
ORLANDO, FL, October 20, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Board-certified Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Rumpa Amornmarn, MD has received the 2023 Empowered Women In Medicine Award. This prestigious honor is chosen by the esteemed Patient Preferred Physicians Network, which highlighted Dr. Amornmarn for her leadership, excellence in patient care, and inspirational attitude to healthcare.
Dr. Rumpa Amornmarn is a notable physician with expertise in radiation and oncology treating patients at the Osceola Cancer Center in Kissimmee, FL.
Her medical journey began as a graduate of Siriraj Medical School in Bangkok, Thailand in 1971, where she received awards for having the highest grades in Paediatrics and Pathology. She completed a rotating internship and a one-year residency in Internal Medicine at Siriraj Medical School Hospital in 1972, and a Straight Medical Internship at the VA Hospital in Washington, DC, in 1973.
Dr. Amornmarn went on to consecutively fulfill fellowships in Radiology and in Oncology at John Hopkins University, School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland from 1973-1977, during which time she served as an assistant resident and resident in therapeutic radiology.
During her past appointments, Dr. Amornmarn has served as a tenured associate professor of Radiation Oncology at the University of Florida Health Science Center in Jacksonville, FL, from 1983-1999. She has also served as Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology at the University of Maryland, 1981-1983; and Assistant Professor of Radiology at the New Jersey Medical School in Newark, NJ.1978-1981.
Board Certified in Radiology by the American Board of Radiology, Dr. Amornmarn has been recognized for her expertise and has been praised by patients who rate her five-stars for her knowledge, compassion, and trustworthiness.
Dedicated to staying abreast of the latest developments in her field, Dr. Amornmarn keeps professional memberships with the American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology, the American College of Radiology, The Florida Radiological Society, The American Society of Clinical Oncology, The Radiosurgery Society, The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Society, The Johns Hopkins Medical Alumni Association, and Johns Hopkins University of Professional Studies in Business and Education. She is affiliated with hospitals in the area, including Osceola Regional Medical Center.
The prestigious Empowered Women in Medicine Award is an annual honor from the Patient Preferred Physicians Network. This is a distinguished group of physicians and healthcare practitioners from across the United States and Canada, working to highlight those medical professionals in the field delivering exceptional care to their patients.
To learn more about the Empowered Women in Medicine Award and the Patient Preferred Physicians Network, please visit www.PatientPreferred.org
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