Aneil Bhalla, MD

Resident Physician, Internal Medicine

Biography

Dr. Aneil Bhalla, MD is a PGY-1 Resident Physician at the Yale University School of Medicine's Yale-Waterbury Internal Medicine Residency Program.  Dr. Bhalla obtained his medical education from the Keith B. Taylor Global Scholars Program at St. George’s University School of Medicine, a program which emphasizes enhancing global health through providing medical care to underdeveloped regions of the world.  Originally from Ottawa, Canada, Dr. Bhalla completed his clinical training in New York City, primarily at NYU Langone Hospital-Brooklyn.  Through the Global Scholars Program, he was able to concurrently train in and travel to multiple countries including the United Kingdom, Grenada, Scotland, Belgium, The Netherlands, Spain, France, Italy, Czech Republic, Iceland, Morocco, Thailand, Vietnam, and South Korea. 

Dr. Bhalla received his undergraduate degree from the University of Hartford, where he majored in Biological Sciences while completing an Honors Thesis.  As a top-ranked Canadian tennis player, Dr. Bhalla was recruited to the United States at the University of Hartford on a Division 1 NCAA Athletic Scholarship.  As a student-athlete, he served as the Captain and number 1 singles and doubles player on the tennis team while garnering numerous national accolades for his athletic and academic accomplishments.  These awards included America East All-Conference Singles, America East All-Academic, and Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar-Athlete national honors.  He also received the S. Edward Weinswig Outstanding Scholar-Athlete Award, the Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center Excellence in Science Award, and Walter Byers NCAA National Postgraduate Scholarship Athletic Nominee Honors, all distinctions given to one graduating student-athlete per year.

Since starting his residency in June 2017, Dr. Bhalla has been selected to the Yale University Resident and Fellow Senate, the Yale University Graduate Medical Education Committee, the Yale New Haven Hospital Wellness Committee, and the Yale New Haven Hospital Young Physician Leadership Curriculum.  Through involvement in these committees, Dr. Bhalla aspires to promote the Senate’s core values of service to others, a collaborative culture, and a supportive learning climate, both within and outside of the Yale Medical Community.

Education & Training

MD Keith B. Taylor Global Scholars Program, St. George's University School of Medicine (2017)

Honors & Recognition

  • Chancellor's Circle of the Legacy of Excellence ScholarshipKeith B. Taylor Global Scholars Program, St. George’s University School of Medicine (2017)

  • America East All-Conference NCAA National Honors National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division 1 Tennis (2012)

  • S. Edward Weinswig Outstanding Scholar-Athlete AwardUniversity of Hartford (2012)

  • Walter Byers NCAA National Postgraduate Scholarship Athletic NomineeNational Collegiate Athletic Association, University of Hartford (2012)

  • Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center Excellence in Science AwardSaint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, University of Hartford (2012)

  • Captain of NCAA Division 1 Tennis TeamUniversity of Hartford (2010), (2011), (2012)

  • America East All-Academic NCAA National HonorsNational Collegiate Athletic Association, Division 1 Tennis (2010), (2011), (2012)

  • UPS Athlete of the WeekUniversity of Hartford (2010), (2011), (2012)

  • ITA Scholar-Athlete National HonorsIntercollegiate Tennis Association, Division 1 Tennis (2009), (2010), (2011), (2012)

  • America East Conference National Honor RollNational Collegiate Athletic Association (2009), (2010), (2011), (2012)

  • America East Conference Commissioner's Academic HonorsNational Collegiate Athletic Association (2009), (2010), (2011), (2012)

Professional Service

  • Yale New Haven Hospital Young Physician Leadership Curriculum (2017 - Present)

  • Yale University Resident and Fellow Senate (2017 - Present)

  • Yale University Graduate Medical Education Committee (2017 - Present)

  • Yale New Haven Hospital Wellness Committee (2017 - Present)

  • Keith B. Taylor Global Scholars Program, St. George's University Academic and Clinical Mentor (2013 - 2017)

  • Iota Epsilon Alpha International Medical Honor Society (2013 - 2017)

  • Alpha Chi American American National Collegiate Honor Society (2010 - 2017)

  • University of Hartford NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (2008 - 2012)

  • University of Hartford Division 1 NCAA Tennis Team Member (2008 - 2012)

  • Tennis Canada Nationally Certified Professional Coach (2007 - 2017)

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