Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellows
Dilruba Khanam DO
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Erie, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University - Pediatric
Andrew Tang DO
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Coney Island Hospital Program - Internal Medicine
Ashley Notartomaso MD
Year of Completion: 2019
Medical School: St. George's University School of Medicine
Residency: New York Medical College at St Joseph's Regional Medical Center - Pediatrics
Ashley Notartomaso is originally from Winchester Massachusetts, a town approximately 20 minutes north of Boston. She completed her undergraduate education at Fairfield University in Connecticut, and attended medical school at St. George’s University School of Medicine in Grenada, West Indies. She recently finished her Pediatric Residency training at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Paterson, NJ, including a year as Chief Resident.
A dream of pursuing Pediatric Emergency Medicine training in a high volume emergency department with diverse pathologies brought Ashley back to Massachusetts. She rotated at Baystate during her residency and was immediately impressed with the outstanding teamwork and commitment to teaching. She is honored to join Baystate’s Pediatric Emergency Medicine team.
Niti Sharma, DO
Year of Completion: 2019
Medical School: Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency: Newark Beth Israel Medical Center - Emergency Medicine
I was born in New Delhi, capital city of India, and lived there until undergraduate studies at St. Stephen's College at Delhi University. I transferred to Rutgers University in NJ in my junior year of college and graduated with Chemistry major. I went to medical school at UMDNJ SOM (now known as Rowan University) in Stratford, NJ followed by a combined emergency medicine emphasis internship at Union Hospital in Union, NJ and then an emergency medicine residency at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark, NJ. Following residency I worked for a few years in the emergency department at a community academic hospital before making the decision to pursue pediatric emergency medicine fellowship.
I was drawn to Baystate for training due to patient volume, resources available for PEM training, as well as Baystate pediatric emergency department's large catchment area. I enjoy the work culture and pathology at Baystate. The faculty of the PEM department are exceptional educators and invested in fellow learning including the fellowship director Dr. Spirko who is a fellows advocate and supportive. I am grateful for an exceptional opportunity to learn from the patient population at Springfield, MA and be able to provide pediatric emergency care to them. On my days off I enjoy spending time with my family and exploring different parts of Eastern Mass where I have been living for a year.
Elizabeth Coray, MD
Year of Completion: 2021
Medical School: University of Virginia School of Medicine
Residency: UCLA Tri-Campus Residency Program, Los Angeles, CA - Pediatrics
Lisa originally hails from the western US; she did her pediatrics residency at UCLA, but moved to New England in 2008 to work in a community hospital pediatric emergency department.
When she's not working, she likes to cook, garden and wander in the woods with her dog, Zoe. She came to Baystate for pediatric emergency medicine fellowship in order to get experience with the trauma and subspecialty patients she has missed while working in the community, and is really looking forward to getting out into the Berkshires in her spare time.