I became a doctor to use my love of science to improve others' lives. Infectious disease is an endlessly fascinating specialty that was always an intuitive choice for me — and I have fallen even more in love with it as I work with and learn from impressive mentors.
When caring for patients, I always aim to be kind and thoughtful and pay close attention to details. I take great pride in my ability to adapt my approach to medical care so that patients can understand even the most complex medical scenarios. My favorite part of this job is having the opportunity to see firsthand the improvements in my patients' lives.
Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2017
Mount Sinai Medical Center - Internal Medicine, 2018
Mount Sinai Medical Center - Internal Medicine, 2020
Mount Sinai Medical Center, 2022, Infectious Disease
American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine-Infectious Disease
American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine-Internal Medicine
Awards, Achievements, and More
PublicationsPlease view Dr. Garrett Van Ostran’s publications on PubMed.
ResearchDuring fellowship training, my primary research interest was multi-drug resistant infections. My colleagues and I worked to assess the community prevalence of these bacteria and examine how they might manifest as ventilator-associated pneumonia in the hospital's intensive care units.
- Infectious Diseases Society of America
- “Basics of Blood Cultures,” October 2021
- “Kaposi Sarcoma Inflammatory Cytokine Syndrome” case presentation, August 2021
- “Extended Spectrum Beta Lactamases” presentation at Grand Rounds, August 2021
- “Septic Pelvic Thrombophlebitis” case presentation, November 2020
- “Mycoplasma pneumoniae” review, September 2020
- “Necrotizing Tracheobronchitis due to Aspergillus” case presentation at Mount Sinai Medical Center Research Day, February 2019