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The members of Mount Carmel's Transitional Year Residency Program are a diverse group of physicians who contribute inspiring perspectives on healthcare and medicine.

Divine-Favour Anene, MD, is a transitional year resident for Mount Carmel's Transitional Year Residency Program.

Divine-Favour Anene, MD

  • Medical School: Johns Hopkins University
  • Undergrad: University of Louisville
    Major: Biology
  • Medical Special Interest: Radiology
  • Outside Interests: Teaching, stock market, watching crime shows
  • Why I chose Mount Carmel: I chose Mount Carmel because it offered the best combination of a commitment to clinical excellence coupled with a very large selection of initiatives that prepare you to be a successful, well rounded physician. The faculty and staff are incredibly kind, dedicated to your progress, and genuinely care about your wellbeing and prosperity.
Jane Ke Feng, MD, is a transitional year resident for Mount Carmel's Transitional Year Residency Program.

Jane Ke Feng, MD

  • Medical School: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
  • Undergrad: Miami University
    Major: Biochemistry and Zoology
  • Medical Special Interest: Diagnostic Radiology
  • Outside Interests: Biking, yoga, traveling, spending time with family and friends, watching HGTV and cooking shows
  • Why I chose Mount Carmel: I felt very at home during my interview day and was impressed with the supportive clinical environment at Mount Carmel. I also appreciate the unique emphasis on research in your area of interest, with the option of taking dedicated time to focus on your project.
Wynton Overcast, MD, is a transitional year resident for Mount Carmel's Transitional Year Residency Program.

Wynton Overcast, MD

  • Medical School: The Ohio State University College of Medicine
  • Undergrad: Lipscomb University
    Major: Biology
  • Medical Special Interest: Radiology
  • Outside Interests: Spending time with my wife, family and friends, reading, serving with church, watching HGTV, and being out in nature
  • Why I chose Mount Carmel: All of the attendings, residents and other healthcare providers were so friendly when I rotated at the hospital as a medical student. Then after interviewing, it was clear that the program would help shape me into the type of physician I hope to be and also gave the unique opportunity to do meaningful research during my intern year. The program felt like a tight knit community/family that I was excited to join!
Alexander Yaney, MD, is a transitional year resident for Mount Carmel's Transitional Year Residency Program.

Alexander Yaney, MD

  • Medical School: The Ohio State University College of Medicine
  • Undergrad: University of Notre Dame
    Major: Science Pre-Professional and Italian
  • Medical Special Interest: Radiation Oncology
  • Outside Interests: Spending time with my family, running, traveling, reading mystery novels and watching Netflix/Hulu
  • Why I chose Mount Carmel: Mount Carmel was by far my top choice. Its emphasis on both educating me as a physician and preparing me for the next step of residency training was unmatched by any other program. The ability to have multiple months of research along with a strong existing research infrastructure makes it a great program for anyone interested in a research-heavy field such as radiation oncology. Moreover, having rotated at Mount Carmel as a medical student, I know how kind the staff is and how much they truly care about their patients. Lastly, as a Catholic physician, the Catholic mission statement and core values of Mount Carmel perfectly embodies how I wish to practice Medicine.