Rutland Regional Medical Center is pleased to welcome Myung Hee Nam, MD to its Critical Care Team. Practicing since 1994, and board-certified in Internal Medicine, Dr Nam’s focus as a critical care physician is to oversee the care of severely ill patients in the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital.
Dr Nam holds Bachelors in Russian Language, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. and a Doctor of Medicine from George Washington University in Washington, DC. She did her Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC., and a Fellowship in Infectious Disease and Critical Care Health at the National Institute of Health in Washington, DC.
“The most rewarding aspects of my job are the daily connections and relationships I have with patients and family members. I always try to be present for them during the tough times and the difficult decisions they have to make.”
Dr Nam is currently residing with her husband, a retired oncologist, in Poultney, Vermont.
About Rutland Regional Medical Center
Rutland Regional Medical Center founded in 1896, is the largest community hospital and the second largest health care facility in Vermont with a medical staff of 256 physicians trained in 37 specialty areas. With a strong patient focus, consistent quality performance, nursing excellence, and award-winning care, Rutland Regional remains dedicated to improving the health of families and individuals throughout Rutland County and beyond.