Rumman A. Langah, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Emory University School of Medicine

Biography

Dr. Langah graduated from King Edward Medical University, Lahore Pakistan, and completed his internal medicine residency at East Tennessee State University, followed by nuclear medicine residency at the Medical University of South Carolina. He is board certified in internal medicine, nuclear medicine and nuclear cardiology. He joined Emory division of Hospital Medicine in 2009 as clinical faculty.

His research interests are primarily related to the field of nuclear cardiology and hospital medicine, where he has presented and published nationally. Dr. Langah served as chief resident, received prestigious Harrison scholar award during his internal medicine residency and recently received Hospital Medicine Director’s Award for year 2014. He is a member of GA ACP Hospitalist and CME/education committees, a member of J. Willis Hurst Internal Medicine residency Core Faculty, site director of M3 Student Clerkship, site representative and a member of EDHM education council. He is developing a pilot project “Shadow the Expert”, where  M3 students will shadow non-physician providers, such as speech/physical therapist, wound care nurse, diabetic educator, bringing a unique experience to share with their clinical teams.