Why did you decide to go into medicine?
My father always encouraged me to be a doctor, and I spent much of my life resisting it, until I realized the great humanitarian feat that just being a physician accomplishes. It didn't hurt that my penmanship seemed to fit right in
To me, treating people well means:
Treating patients as if they are your relative—your mother, your sister, your daughter—is treating people well. Patients will often ask, "What would you do?" That is an incredibly relevant and useful question. We get caught up in "options" and the mumble jumble of medicine, and when we help patients make a decision, we want to avoid any biases we may have, but the truth of it is, they just really want to know 'what would we do' if it was us or our family member.
It's also teaching people well. An educated patient can become their own personal advocate.
I love to draw. I sketch to think and to enhance my concentration. I love poetry, as well. I love Rumi poetry in particular: "Be a lamp, a lifeboat, a ladder. Help someone's soul heal. Walk out of your house like a shepherd." - Rumi
Member of BMG Since:
Obstetrics and Gynecology
MD from the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists
OB/GYN Residency at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo
Areas of Interest:
Minimally Invasive Surgery, Including Laparoscopic and Da Vinci Robotic Surgery, High-risk Pregnancy, as well as Office-based Procedures for Abnormal Bleeding and Heavy Bleeding
Teaching a Health Class to Teen Girls and Young Women About Their GYN Health, As Well As Community Involvement Combating Domestic Violence
If you think Dr. Osman would be a good fit, call 716.630.1150 to schedule an appointment today.