During his PGY years 1 and 2, Bhavik Patel received ABSITE scores of 78th and 80th respectively for his surgical training at TTUHSC.
Bhavik Patel has numerous certifications in his career, including advance trauma life support certification from the American Heart Association from 2014-Present, advanced cardiac life support certification from 2016-Present, and basic life support certification from 2014-Present.
From 2014 to 2016, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM) ultrasonic curriculum was included in the MS1 and MS2 curriculum. Bhavik Patel has received various honors and awards throughout his academic career, including the Outstanding Freshmen of the Year Award from Southeast Missouri State University and the 2009 CRC Award. Bhavik Patel has received many academic awards and scholarships, including the Helen E. Stoner Scholarship from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine from 2009 to 2013, the EO Johnstone Award from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine from 2014 to 2015, the Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society Award from the American Medical Student Association, and the Sydney Ross, DO Award. He was also a member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta Society.
Bhavik Patel of Southeast Missouri State University worked on Coprinopsis cinerea DNA sequencing from August 2011 to March 2013. By participating in this experience, you will gain exposure to how fungi grow on different media, how mRNA is extracted from the fungi, and how much mRNA from the fungal cells is extracted. Bhavik Patel studied the kidney morphology of the larval and adult Ambystoma rivulare (January 2012 – May 2012) at Southeast Missouri State University.
The participants learned how to slice thin slices of tissue into slides and preserve the tissue. Bhavik Patel of Southeast Missouri State University has conducted research on using nanoparticles in the delivery of drugs to animal cells (MAY 2013 – APRIL 2014). A study involved growing and maintaining animal cells (PC cells in particular) for 30 generations by feeding and splitting them, and then injecting them with a drug containing nanoparticles. In order to determine the efficiency of drug release by cells, a variety of temperatures were used. While serving as President of the American Medical Student Association from July 2015 to May 2016, Mr. Patel organized various activities including speakers, lunch meetings, and mentoring of medical students in addition to overseeing the organization’s administrative duties.
Bhavik Patel is a founding member of Still Caring Health Connection (January 2015 – present). Through his involvement in Still Caring Health Connection, Bhavik Patel has acquired hands-on experience in osteopathic manipulation. During the summer of 2015, Bhavik Patel coordinated and supervised the organization of a mock microbiology case presentation for first-year medical students to prepare them for their first encounter with a case presentation.
As a site liaison and tour guide for ATSU-KCOM second-year medical students having clinical rotations at Christian Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri (June 2016 until now), Bhavik Patel has served as a liaison and tour guide for ATSU-KCOM second-year students.
When he served as a MS-1 MENTOR for the STUDENT OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION in Kirksville, Missouri, Bhavik Patel provided support to first-year medical students at my school, answering their questions and offering advice on how to be successful during the first two years of medical school. As the head of Southeast Missouri State University’s racquetball club from August 2010 to May 2013, Bhavik Patel organized local tournaments for charitable purposes.
A learning assistant for the University, I worked an average of 15 hours per week to assist students in classes such as organic chemistry, algebra, plane trigonometry, biochemistry, and microbiology.
He was a pre-med student, and his responsibilities included observing physicians and visiting different departments. Taking vital signs, and other duties as required, were also a part of his duties.
In this position, the employee would sit with confused and suicidal patients in order to ensure they did not harm themselves. Additionally, the employee assisted nurses and patients when Bhavik Patel is a member of the American College of Physicians as well as the American Medical Student Association. Racquetball and downhill snowboarding are among his hobbies.
Bhavik Patel recently completed his General Surgery Residency Program at the Texas Tech University Health Science Center (JULY 2018 – FEBRUARY 2020), Lubbock, Texas with a score of 78.3% for PGY1 and 80.3% for PGY2.
In May 2018, Bhavik Patel received his doctorate of osteopathy from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine at the A. T. Still University of Health Sciences in Kirksville, Missouri. The grade point average he achieved was 93.99. ENTILE.
Having studied Biomedical Science and Chemistry at Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Bhavik Patel was awarded a BACHELOR OF SCIENCE degree in Biomedical Science in May 2013.
Me and my wife had an encounter with Dr Patel while he was in residency. We have been used to many residents as we have always gone to UMC for all our needs. He stood out from the way he introduced himself and then again with his warm bedside manner. Not only that, he was very thorough about the whole process of ventral hernia repair, what to expect, the recovery time, etc. Any surgery is a big deal for a patient and Dr Patel made sure to make us feel as safe as possible.
Bhavik Patel is a fine surgeon and physician. This doctor’s bedside manner and sincerity cannot be overstated. He played a crucial role in my recovery after my traumatic car accident. He was my doctor for over 2 months and every encounter with him while in the hospital was pleasant to say the least.
Bhavik Patel was welcoming and patient during my consultation, explaining the surgical procedure of gallbladder removal and answering all of my questions. As a result, I felt at ease and in good hands. Thanks to his kindness, caring manner, as well as his exceptional surgical skills, I was able to achieve a satisfactory outcome. My gratitude is unwavering.