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Amish Shah, MD, MPH was born and raised in Chicago, Ill. His mother and father were engineering students who immigrated from India in the 1960s. His father is Jain and his mother is Hindu. He attended Catholic school from grades K-12.
He attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill., and graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. He graduated from Northwestern University Medical School as part of the Honors Program in Medical Education.
After medical school, Dr. Shah worked for LEK Consulting, LLC, an international strategy consulting firm. He completed a Master's in Public Health with a full Merit Scholarship at the University of California, Berkeley, followed by residency training in Emergency Medicine at New York City's busiest Level I trauma center. He won the American Academy of Emergency Medicine’s National Resident Research Competition for his work in inventing a new method to provide care for the critically ill.
Dr. Shah taught medical students and residents at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York as a full-time faculty member and academic researcher. He has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals. While there, he also led the New York Jets Airway Management Team. Amidst concern over the potential catastrophic injuries, he helped the NFL improve their emergency management through research and presented his work at the NFL Physicians’ Society.
Dr. Shah graduated from the University of Arizona’s Sports Medicine fellowship, a Division I college program featuring a wide breadth of sports coverage. His research project and clinical focus were ultrasound-guided procedures and diagnostics. He is currently board certified in Emergency Medicine and Sports Medicine and practices throughout Arizona, treating adults and children.
Outside of his medical practice, he founded the first Arizona Vegetarian Food Festival as a philanthropic endeavor to promote healthy eating and eliminate preventable disease. Now in its third year, it attracts thousands annually. He contributes to Sounds Academy and the Humane Society of the United States, organizations that focus on children’s exposure to the arts and the promotion of a kind society, as well as several other charities. He has a cat named Taylor who was rescued from a shelter.
Amish enjoys Crossfit, flying small airplanes, and adventurous travel. He speaks conversational Spanish and fluent Gujarati.
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|HB2329||C||pet dealers; purchaser remedies|
|HB2350||C||appropriations; children's health insurance program|
|HB2381||C||crime reporting; gender identity; expression|
|HB2503||P*||assault; health care practitioner; classification|
|HB2504||P*||highway safety fee; vehicle valuation|
|HB2505||P*||school immunizations; religious exemption|
|HB2558||C||statewide ADA coordinator; appropriation|
|HB2570||C||study committee; murdered indigenous women.|
|HB2578||C||schools; sex education|
|HB2583||C||internal revenue code; conformity|
|HB2597||C||school safety; plans; task force|
|HB2624||C||DCS; investigation; schools; children; disabilities|
|HB2627||C||DWR; tribal consultation|
|HB2628||C||state agencies; tribal consultation|
|HB2646||C||department of agriculture; application review|
(NOW: commerce authority; application review)
|HB2663||C||Diné college; appropriation.|
|HB2665||C||health care institutions; education; abuse|
|HB2666||C||mandatory reporting; vulnerable adults; penalties|
|HB2672||C||vacation rentals; short-term rentals; regulation|
|HB2678||C||appropriation; Arizona arts trust fund|
|HB2696||C||fetal resuscitation; repeal|
|HB2709||C||CTEDs; nonprofits; private postsecondary institutions|
|HB2710||P*||county recorder; nonpartisan election|
|HB2711||P*||medical malpractice; obstetrics; burden; proof|
|HB2712||P*||insurance; preexisting conditions; coverage|
|HB2714||C||appropriations; universities; resident tuition.|
|HB2723||C||newborn screenings; report|
|HCR2030||C||ratification of equal rights amendment. . .|
|HCR2032||C||holocaust education; support; schools|
|HCR2035||C||Officer Clayton Townsend; death resolution|
|HCR2037||C||campaign finance; disclosure; source|
|HCR2038||C||income tax; education|
|HJR2003||C||Hualapai veterans highway.|
|HJR2004||C||Native American veterans highways.|
|HR2003||C||white supremacists; neo-Nazis; condemning|
|SCR1027||C||Stan Furman; death resolution|