Dr Ladkany earned her Medical Degree from the University of Damascus and completed her Internal Medicine residency and chief residency at William Beaumont Hospital (WBH) in Royal Oak, MI. She then worked as a teaching hospitalist at WBH where she was closely involved in resident and medical student education. In 2018, she joined the Division of Hospital Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University as a Clinical Associate at Hillsboro Medical Center. In 2019, she became the Assistant Medical Director of the HMC hospitalist group. In 2022 she took on the role of Associate Program Director of the HMC Internal Medicine Residency Program. She is also the Director of the Inpatient Teaching Service and oversees the ward rotation for the HMC Internal Medicine and Transitional residents. Her interests include medical education and leadership in medicine.
Education and training
- M.D., 2010, University of Damascus
- Internal Medicine: William Beaumont Hospital, 2015
- Chief Residency: William Beaumont Hospital, 2016
- ABIM 2015
Memberships and associations:
- American College of Physicians, members
- Society of Hospital Medicine, member
Areas of interest
- Hospital Medicine
- Medical Education
Honors and awards
- Walter Zimmerman Award for Outstanding Clinical Judgment, Leadership And Integrity, 2015, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI
- Yadav D, Garg L, Narwal P, Ladkany R, Franey L. Concomitant Takotsubo cardiomyopathy with PRES syndrome: A coincidence or a real heart-brain connection? Journal of Cardiology Cases, Vol 12, Issue 2, 48-51
- Yadav S, Hartkop S, Yumpo-Caradenas P, Ladkany R, Halalau A, Shoichet S, Maddens M, Zakalik D. Utilization of a breast cancer risk assessment tool by internal medicine residents in a primary care clinic: impact of an educational program. BMC cancer 2019, 19:228.
- Taha AA, Zhang Z, Driessnack M, Huntzicker JJ, Eisen AM, Bernstein J, Chen A, Chandra RA, Drake K, Fung A, Ladkany R, LaVigne B, Nardos R, Sayama C, Tereshchenko LG, Wilson B, Steckler NA. Emerging Frontline Leaders' Voices in Response to COVID-19 Crisis. Nurs Res. 2022 Mar-Apr 01;71(2):104-110.