Juhi Deolankar is a Urologist who maintains membership within the American Medical Association and the American Urological Association. Deolanker is currently a Resident Physician at Albany Medical Center.
Urology Doctor, Juhi Deolankar, is passionate about treating and caring for others. The process begins with her patients, who she treats for various diseases of the urinary-tract system and reproductive organs. Outside of her professional work, Deolankar also accomplishes her goal of caring for others through her efforts in giving back to the community as a volunteer and proud supporter of local nonprofit organizations. Committed to embracing the importance of global health, Deolankar has also volunteered her skills as a medical professional internationally.
Juhi Deolankar is extensively trained and educated in Urology and medicine as a whole. In 2009, she embarked on the start of her academic journey in the medical field by enrolling in the Academy of Allied Health and Science (AAHS). This stepping stone largely set the framework for her pathway toward a specialization in Urology.
Following her graduation from AAHS, Juhi Deolankar continued her education with the pursuit of her Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Biology, with a minor in Entrepreneurship. This experience would contribute to a seven-year accelerated BA/MD program. Deolankar’s collegiate studies also included a study abroad experience at the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom in 2015. Deolankar’s opportunity to study in the UK fostered her interest in and dedication to global health. The following year, she graduated Summa Cum Laude from Albert Dorman Honors College.
In 2020, Juhi Deolankar graduated from Rutgers University with her Doctor of Medicine. Today, Deolankar continues to refine her medical expertise through her commitment to patient care and by engaging in Urology research.
Mini-Medical School Peru Trip
In 2017, Urologist Juhi Deolankar took part in a Mini-Medical School Peru volunteer service program in Huancayo, Peru. For this trip, Deolankar drew on her own education and professional experiences to teach Peruvian health care professionals about hypertension, diabetes, communicable diseases, and the process of suturing. Deolankar also guided patient interviews for a nonprofit organization known as Tikani House, which helps to care for local elderly and mentally disabled children in Peru.