Dr. Eli Osman is a Primary Care Physician at the Detroit Medical Center (DMC) and has been practicing for over 9 years. Early in his career, Dr. Osman decided to serve patients in underserved and underprivileged areas. As a traveling physician, he worked tirelessly in these less fortunate communities to help overcome some of healthcare’s greatest challenges. With over 10 hospital and healthcare system affiliations, Dr. Osman provides insight with a unique appreciation and respect for the sacred rapport developed between a provider and his patients.
Inadequate Coverage and Reimbursement
Prevention and Patient Centered Care
Patient Access to Healthcare
“As a physician working in Detroit at DMC over the last 3 years, patient education, patient compliance, including follow-up and treatment, and inadequate healthcare coverage have become the top healthcare challenges in this area. These challenges would not be rated the greatest in an alternate area comprised of patients with a higher education level and greater household income. Healthcare shortages are prevalent no matter the location, but will differ drastically in importance depending on the location.”
“If you’re a student pursuing a career in primary care, you will be the foundation of a patients medical care, and more often than not, the most trusted source for medical care. A rapport built between patient and Primary Care Provider is a strong bond unlike any other relationship in healthcare that can lead to changing a patient’s life for the better.”