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Victor S. Alemany, M.D., M.S.

NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan

Victor S. Alemany, M.D., M.S., is a second-year resident in General Surgery at New York City Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan. Dr. Alemany graduated from University Complutense of Madrid in Spain, considered one of the best medical institutions in Europe. During Medical School he also graduated as an Emergency Care Technician, cooperating actively as a volunteer for the Spanish Red Cross as an EMS during his last three years in Medical School. He combined his studies and volunteer work as an Emergency Care Technician with his job at the Spanish Red Cross as a First aid and basic CPR trainer for different schools and institutions.

He came to the United States after graduating from Medical School and graduating with a master’s degree in Medical Science. After rotating in different Hospitals throughout the country to expand his experience in surgery, he started working as a Research Fellow at Columbia University – New York. In addition, during those years, he completed a master’s degree in his passion field: Diagnosis and Treatment of Congenital Cardiovascular Disease. Posteriorly he joined the PAGNY Health and Research Foundation as a Research Fellow when the Foundation was created and participated in different projects at Harlem Hospital, North Central Bronx, and Jacobi Medical Center. In 2019 he started his surgical training as a resident at Metropolitan Hospital. He holds an active United States Medical License and European Medical License.

His active implication in research has granted him, despite his young age, multiple publications in National and International congresses and Journals in the fields of Surgery, Neurosurgery, and Emergency Medicine. He also participates in different national journals as a reviewer.

In addition to his job as a resident during the COVID – 19 pandemic caring for his patients in the Metropolitan ICU, he has ongoing research projects on the relation of COVID – 19 and the incidence of thrombotic events.

His professional and research interest drives him to start next year as a Research Fellow at Harvard University in Boston Children’s Hospital on Pediatric Cardiovascular Surgery, the surgical field he wants to specialize in the future, to posteriorly finish his surgical training at Metropolitan Hospital and continue his training on Cardiovascular Surgery.