Dr. Ernani Sadural

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Professional History

Dr. Sadural practiced Obstetrics & Gynecology for 22 years in northern New Jersey. He co-founded Contemporary Women's Care, P.C. in 1998 and retired in 2019. He currently works as the Corporate Director of Global Health for the RWJBarnabas Health System where he oversees the Office of Global Health. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He is a core faculty member of the Rutgers Global Health Institute.   Future Goals for LIG: I am excited to work with and support the new Executive Board to continue the foundational principles of LIG Global and usher in the next chapter of the organization. Previous Volunteer Experiences: (or Volunteer History:) Since 2010, he has participated in or led over 50 medical missions across 11 countries including Haiti, Dominican Republic, India, Philippines, Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan, Grenada, Peru, Nepal, and Honduras. He is currently working in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic focused on improving community health, strengthening disaster preparedness, and fostering community resilience.    He is determined to find more ways to help people in the United States joining the Rotary Club of the Caldwells, partnering with the Indian Health Services to help the Blackfeet Native Americans in Montana as well as partnering with The Health Wagon non-profit organization which provides mobile healthcare to the medically underserved people of Central Appalachia in southwestern Virginia. He is a proponent of a national community service program to link the delivery of healthcare into an integrated social service community model supported by community health worker volunteers.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Biology - Northwestern University Doctor of Medicine - Northwestern University Medical School Doctor of Philosophy candidate - Rutgers University

Vision For LIG Global

“As one of the original co-founders of LIG Global, I have always been motivated to help as many people in the world while I am able. By bringing medical and non-medical volunteers to underserved areas throughout the world, we seek to reach those who have been marginalized.”

Charitable Experience

Since 2010, he has participated in or led over 50 medical missions across 11 countries including Haiti, Dominican Republic, India, Philippines, Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan, Grenada, Peru, Nepal, and Honduras. He is currently working in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic focused on improving community health, strengthening disaster preparedness, and fostering community resilience. He is determined to find more ways to help people in the United States joining the Rotary Club of the Caldwells, partnering with the Indian Health Services to help the Blackfeet Native Americans in Montana as well as partnering with The Health Wagon non-profit organization which provides mobile healthcare to the medically underserved people of Central Appalachia in southwestern Virginia. He is a proponent of a national community service program to link the delivery of healthcare into an integrated social service community model supported by community health worker volunteers.

Future Goals

I am excited to work with and support the new Executive Board to continue the foundational principles of LIG Global and usher in the next chapter of the organization.