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Gokul Ramani, M.B.B.S.; M.D.

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Clinical Assistant Professor, General & Hospital Medicine

Professional Background

As an and board certified internist, Dr. Ramani strives to provide the best healthcare to his patients. Dr, Ramani specializes in inpatient hospital medicine and cares for a diverse range of patients with varying medical conditions requiring hospitalization.

Dr. Ramani also serves in the capacity of Clinical Assistant Professor in Internal medicine and provides high quality education and supervision to learners in the healthcare system.

Education and Training
  • MBBS, Medicine , Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute, India
  • Internship, Internal Medicine , Sri Ramachandra Medical Center
  • Residency, Internal Medicine , Jacobi Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York City Health + Hospitals
  • Residency, Internal Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine/ North Central Bronx / Jacobi, Bronx, New York
Licensure, Accreditations & Certifications
  • Medicine, Kansas board of Healing Arts
  • Medicine, New York office of Professions
Professional Affiliations
  • American College of Physicians, Member, 2021 - Present



Dr. Ramani's areas of research interests include: Clinical research in internal medicine, clinical research in cardiovascular medicine, hospital medicine quality improvement (QI) projects among many others.

Dr. Ramani's teaching interests include learners of all levels of training from MS1 Medical students to PGY residents and fellows. Specific teaching expertise includes advanced physical exam, use of diagnostic ultrasonography in diagnostics (POCUS), employment of evidence based medicine for treatment of complex patients.

  • 2024. Decade Long Trends In Carotid Revascularization In End Stage Kidney Disease Patients With Asymptomatic Carotid Stenosis. JACC
  • Ramani, Gokul. 2024. Clinical Outcomes Of Carotid Revascularization In End Stage Kidney Disease Patients With Asymptomatic Carotid Stenosis. JACC
  • Katamreddy , A., Uppal , D., Ramani, G. , Rios , S., Miles , J., Wang , Y Chiang , Faillace , R. 2020. Sleep Irregularity is associated with increased All-cause mortality. Circulation, Volume 142, Issue Suppliment 3 (November 17, 2020)
  • Ramani, Gokul, Rukoftsky, Ian. 2021. Visas simplified for the IMG