Chief Medical Residents


Jeremy van de Rijn, M.D. 

Grand Rounds and Medical Education

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Dr. van de Rijn grew up in Southern New Jersey. He went to Bucknell University and studied cell biology/biochemistry, followed by a year of quality improvement and clinical research at Northwell Health System. He completed medical school at Temple University and enjoys golf, travel, and biking. He is interested in pulmonary/critical care medicine as well as academic medicine and medical education. He worked as a golf caddie most of his life and also has had jobs as a chart abstractor, dog-sitter, medical transport driver, tour-guide, and peer resident advisor. 

Minnu Suresh, M.D.

Resident Schedules

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Dr. Minnu Suresh was born in India and received most of her education in Pennsylvania. She is a graduate from Seton Hill University as well as the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. She completed her Internal Medicine residency at George Washington University. In her spare time, Dr. Suresh enjoys spending time with family and friends, trying different cuisines, reading the latest mystery novels and playing with her pet.

Sowmya Swamy, D.O.

MFA Ambulatory Curriculum and Elective Rotations

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Dr.Sowmya Swamy is originally from North Potomac, Maryland and attended the University of Maryland, College Park for her undergraduate studies in Political Science. She spent two years as a middle school math teacher before transitioning to medicine. She completed her medical degree at A.T Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (SOMA). She completed her residency training at George Washington University Hospital, where she served as chief medical resident. After chief year, Dr.Swamy hopes to continue her training in cardiology to ultimately work as a preventive cardiologist. In her free time, Dr.Swamy loves to cook, and spend time with her friends and family. She loves to travel, and hopes to visit the Galapagos Islands this year!  
John Gracely, D.O. 

VA Quality Improvement,

VA Wards Scheduling, VA Moonlighter Scheduling
Dr. John Gracely graduated with a bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Michigan. He completed a research fellowship at the National Institutes of Health within the institute of Complementary and Integrative Health. He attended Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Gracely completed his internal medicine residency at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. His medical interests include point of care ultrasound, medical education and quality improvement. Outside the hospital, John is an avid cyclist (to his own detriment), cat dad and enjoys making fried chicken.

Omowunmi Adedeji, M.D. 

VA MICU Scheduling, NIH Scheduling, Resident Workshop Schedules

Omowunmi Adedeji
Dr. Omowunmi (Omo) Adedeji graduated with a combined bachelor’s degree and medical degree from Rutgers University and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. She then completed her internal medicine residency at The George Washington University Hospital. Dr. Adedeji plans on pursuing a career in cardiology with focus on women's cardiovascular health, health disparities in medicine and preventative medicine. In her free time, she enjoys watching sports, listening to non-medicine podcasts, and trying new foods with friends.