Alumni Spotlight

``As I reflect on the last three years at CHI’s Teaching Health Center (THC), above all else, I am struck by the lasting relationships I have created. These are bonds forged with my patients, my fellow residents and the staff at CHI. The overall culture is one of compassion, excellence, patience and generosity, exemplified by the core faculty and staff. I see those qualities in the residents who are eagerly obtaining knowledge and practical experience at each rotation site. It has been an honor to work among them all, and I am extremely grateful for having been the Family Medicine Chief Resident for the 2019-2020 academic year. Due to my continued belief in the education of our residents and the quality care provided to our patients, I look forward to staying on as Core Faculty within the THC for the current 2020-2021 academic year.``

Kelly Mudon, DO
FM Chief Resident, ’19 – ’20
Core Faculty, ’20 – ‘21

What Our Residents Say

Katina Richardson

“I was initially drawn to CHI because the program fell in line with my values and goals. CHI provides healthcare in a way that is accessible and easy to navigate. CHI understands that it is essential to keep our communities healthy. My interest in the program was solidified during my interview day as CHI proved to be full of passionate residents, faculty and staff dedicated to serving their patients in an atmosphere of collegiality. CHI felt like me and was ultimately my first choice! To add a cherry on top, it is in the beautiful city of Miami!”

Katina Richardson, M.D.
Resident, Class of 2023


“CHI is a place that I believe builds character. During the course of training at CHI, I met some of the most intelligent, dependable, supportive approachable co-residents, attending physicians and non/clinic staff. All of the people that were met, the experiences that I went through and the lives that were touched during the course of my training at CHI, has served to build character that’s been serving me well into independent medical practice. It would be fair to say that it would be a privilege for any potential physician to receive their training at CHI.”

Jean Mandat, DO
Class of 2018

Ulloa (1)

“CHI gave me the opportunity to new experiences by providing care to underserved communities, you learn to empathize with those in need. I particularly empathize with patients’ mental health issues and providing the best health care needs before anything else. A community health center teaches you to develop an understanding of the healthcare barriers the population can face. As a resident in training, I encounter those who struggle with poor nutrition, diabetes, chronic pulmonary conditions, injuries and mental health conditions. CHI provides different healthcare services for our patients among other outreach services under one roof. I believe my training at CHI has prepared me to face todays barriers in mental health conditions” – Dr. Raul Ulloa, MD

Raul Ulloa, MD

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