Pracha Eamranond, MD, MPH

Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine

Brigham And Women's Hospital, Francis Street, Boston, MA, USA

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Dr. Pracha Eamranond has been a chief medical officer in small and large healthcare organizations focusing on patient experience and education. He currently teaches at Harvard Medical School and cares for patients with complex medical and psychosocial issues at Brigham and Women's Hospital.

Education

  • Fellowship: Harvard Medical School Faculty Development and General Internal Medicine Fellowship

  • MPH: Harvard School of Public Health

  • Residency: Yale New Haven Hospital

  • MD: Vanderbilt School of Medicine

  • BA: Johns Hopkins University

  • Masters in Strategic Management: Harvard University Extension

Board Certifications

  • Internal Medicine

Areas of Expertise

  • Digital Health

  • Medical Education

  • Population Health

  • Strategic Management

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COVID-19 Webcast: Leading During the Pandemic w/ Dr. David Berger

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Shingles – Vaccine

The Zostavax and Shingrix shingles vaccines are the two FDA vaccines which have been approved to protect people from getting the varicella zoster virus. As opposed to Zostavax, which is a live vaccine, Shingrix is...

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Shingles – Side Effects

People who receive the shingles vaccine may experience soreness at the injection site. It’s also possible to see redness and swelling at the injection site. Other less common side effects are tiredness, fever, nausea, and...

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Shingles – Prevention

The most important way that you can prevent getting shingles is by getting the shingles vaccine, especially as you get older, your immunity against the varicella zoster virus decreases. Many health organizations recommend adults who...

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Music and Health

Extensive research shows that music has beneficial outcomes on cognitive, emotional, and physical development and rehabilitation.

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COVID-19 Vaccine

I was fortunate enough to receive the first dose of the COVID vaccine. A few weeks ago, I chose to get vaccinated in order to protect myself, my family, my friends and of course my...

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Doctorpedia Doctor Platform – Jason Campbell, ENT & Allergy Associates

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Shingles – Treatment

If you suspect that you have shingles, it’s important to receive immediate medical attention. The doctor can prescribe you medication which will make your illness both shorter and less severe. He or she will also...

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Shingles – Risk Factors

Any condition leading to a weak immune system is a risk factor for developing shingles. You’re more likely to get shingles if you have cancer, especially cancers such as lymphoma and leukemia. Other risk factors...

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Shingles – Monitoring

In addition to any treatment, the patient should be informed as to how the virus normally progresses. After this initial diagnosis, the patient should alert the doctor to any new symptoms or any complications. The...

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