FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SEPTEMBER 22, 2022
StationMD’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Deven Unadkat, Receives “Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business” Award by the Asian American Business Development Center
[Maplewood, N.J.]—StationMD’s President, Chief Medical Officer, and Cofounder, Dr. Deven Unadkat, is being honored tonight by the Asian American Business Development Center (AABDC) with its prestigious “Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business” award.
This is the 21st year the AABDC will host the awards, where the top Asian American corporate executives and entrepreneurs from across the country, representing various industries, are recognized for the successful businesses they have built and the leadership roles they play in their communities.
“This award isn’t just a celebration of Asian American heritage and our contributions in business, it’s a celebration of diversity in all its forms. As an Asian American doctor whose practice is dedicated to caring for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), this award underscores the very notion that investing in social good is good for business. Inclusive business practices enrich communities and enable healthy economies,” said Dr. Unadkat.
Dr. Unadkat is a board-certified emergency physician and a founding partner at StationMD, a telemedicine company dedicated specifically to serving individuals with I/DD. As Chief Medical Officer at StationMD, Dr. Unadkat, supervises a team of physicians and allied health professionals. He oversees clinical operations, education, clinical quality improvement, and development and growth of services.
Throughout his clinical career, Dr. Unadkat has focused on improving access to quality medical care for vulnerable populations. Upon graduating medical school and completing his graduate studies in healthcare administration and policy at New York University, he completed his residency at Northwell Health where he served as chief resident. He has held numerous academic positions throughout his career and has served as assistant residency director for the emergency medicine training program at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. He has practiced clinically over the past 18 years in large academic centers, community hospitals, free standing emergency centers, and has served as chairman and medical director of emergency medicine at a one of the largest academic trauma centers in New Jersey.
The AABDC will recognize the 50 awardees at its annual gala tonight at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City, N.Y.
For more information on the AABDC and its Outstanding 50 Awards, please visit: www.aabdc.com.
For more information about StationMD, please visit: www.stationmd.com.