Dr. Andrei Rebarber is a Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist at Carnegie Imaging for Women and Maternal Fetal Medicine Associates. He was born in Romania and came to the United States at 5 years old as an immigrant from an oppressive communist regime. He grew up in in Washington Heights, NYC throughout his teenage years, attending local public schools.
When he was a junior in high school at the Bronx High School of Science, he volunteered in the emergency room and genetics lab at Bellevue Hospital in New York City. It was there that he caught the “medical bug” and wanted to become a physician. He attended the prestigious Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Science at City College, a combined 7-year BS/MD program, and completed his clinical years at SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse. However, the last thing he thought he wanted to do was obstetrics and gynecology. His goals were originally set on internal medicine and cardiology. However, over time, he fell in love with the maternal fetal medicine, and he completed his fellowship in Maternal Fetal Medicine at Yale New Haven Hospital/University. He is now a proud member and one of the founders of MFMA.
Learn more about his journey to becoming a maternal fetal medicine specialist in the blog above!
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