Cohort 
2020

Inbal Mayan, MD

Geriatric Physician

We need to acknowledge the magnitude of (dementia) and its impact on our society. Then, we can create solutions.

Current Work

Inbal is a geriatric physician. She currently practices in a university hospital as an attending physician in an acute geriatric ward. She also practices home care for geriatric patients as part of a home hospice program and in a “hospital at home” for acute patients.

Personal Hero

My grandmother

Words of Strength

Problem solver

Vision

To reduce the scale and impact of dementia, Inbal believes we need to acknowledge the magnitude of this problem and its impact on our society. Then, we can create solutions for the day-to-day management of this disease, not just handle emergencies.

Strategy

Inbal is practicing and building different models of care, trying to find a balance between giving the patients the best care, reducing hospitalization, and tailoring personal treatment options.

Impact

As an Atlantic Fellow, Inbal hopes to develop a new home care system for dementia patients in order to reach all patients and especially the underprivileged. She hopes to do this within the public health system in her home country, Israel.

Motivation

Inbal believes we need to find creative solutions for care at home for dementia patients and their caregivers.

Education & Experience

Inbal studied medicine and received her MD from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel. Inbal continued her residency training in Geriatric Medicine in Meir Hospital, a part of Clalit Health Services. She is a clinical tutor of Geriatrics in the Tel Aviv University, School of Medicine and a practicing attending physician in an acute geriatric ward.

Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI)
current
Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health
Meir Hospital, a part of Clalit Health Services, Israel
Geriatric Medicine
Residency
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
Medicine
MD

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