Class of 2020
Jennifer Anyanwu, DO
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (Philadelphia campus)
I chose Unity Healthcare for its smaller community based program in Washington DC, a city rich in culture, diversity, and its proximity to my family. I also chose this program for its commitment to improving healthcare outcomes in underserved communities, regardless of the ever-changing climate of Medicine. I am particularly interested in working with children and immigrant populations. In my spare time I enjoy reading novels, walks in parks, going to art museums, working out, and brunch.
Vincent Carbone, DO
Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine (California)
I chose Family Medicine because I wanted to have the freedom to do a little bit of everything in my career. Office visits, hospital visits, procedures, deliveries, manipulations--I wanted to specialize in everything while building lifelong relationships with my patients. Unity and The Wright Center really stood out to me in my search for a distinctly osteopathic program focused on the needs of the underserved communities. In my off time, I enjoy visiting the outside world and boosting my vitamin D levels!
Natasha Khawaja, DO
Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine – Virginia College of Medicine (Virginia campus)
I came to Unity because I have a strong interest in community based medicine and working towards bridging the healthcare gap for underserved populations. During my downtime, I enjoy listening to podcasts, cooking, people watching, and traveling to experience new places, cultures, and ways of life.
Chukwuka Ojiako, DO
Medical School: New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine
I applied to Unity Health care because of it is a unique teaching health care center serving the nation's capital with interest in underserved communities. Besides work I enjoy spending time with family, watching soccer, tennis and basketball games.
Mark Sears, DO
Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine – Virginia College of Medicine (Carolinas Campus)
Family medicine equips me with the ability to handle any problem. Unity is the right environment because I want to help underserved communities. Outside work, I enjoy dog training and playing guitar.