Ravi (Ravinderpal) Gill, MD, is an internist who diagnoses and treats patients at Mid-Atlantic Long-Term Care in Norfolk, VA. Furthermore, she has recently taken up a new role with Vohra Wound Physicians. As an internist, she specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of internal diseases. Dr. Gill’s areas of expertise include critical care medicine, geriatric medicine, hospital medicine, and wound care medicine. “At age 6, I had an accident while playing at home. There was no doctor nearby in the village. My dad took me to his friend, who was an Army physician. He put 5 stiches on the injured area. At the end, the army physician asked me, ‘what you want to be when you grow up?’ My answer was ‘to save people like you’”, says Dr. Gill about why she chose a career in medicine. in practice since 2012, Dr. Gill has an extensive and diverse background in medicine. she has served as Medical Director for LGS legacy Care in Locust Hill, VA (2019-2021), Physician with Curavi Health (2015-2019) and Mary Washington Healthcare in Fredericksburg, VA (2017-2018), as well as Chief Medical Officer for Mableton Urgent Care in Mableton, GA (2015-2016). “I love/enjoy being a physician so I can help others as much as I can”, says Dr. Gill.
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Education and Training
University of Lublin Medical Degree 2006
American Board of Physician Specialties
Internal Medicine (Physician Specialties)
Dr. Ravinderpal Gill, MD's Expert Contributions
Your hair loss is most likely from Hypothyroidism. Continue to take Levothyroxine as ordered by your PCP. They will increase or decrease the dose as per thyroid profile blood work as needed. You can take vitamins and Biotin (usually for nails and hair) as there are no known side effects of those supplements. Then again there are not much researches done. Be careful. If you see any effects, stop the medications (supplements) and see your PCP. Good luck. READ MORE
Yes, You are right. No Splenomegaly means that your spleen is normal. READ MORE
A small amount of bissy tea is Ok but if you have too much alcohol it is not good. I will not drink a lot of alcohol and drink bissy tea because it has a lot of caffeine, very high dose of this tea, which can increase anxiety, dizziness, and nervousness. READ MORE
Can be many reasons. It can be Urinary tract Infection, sexually transmitted disease etc. You should go to your PCP and get tested. READ MORE
After stents, it's 6 months to 1 year. It depends on other diagnoses also. Your Cardiologist will and should explain it to you, how long you need to take anticoagulation medications. Good Luck and be safe !! READ MORE
Please go to the Urgent care, ER, or your PCP to rule out Infection. Good Luck READ MORE
You can take a vaccine if you are anemic. Your PCP should order ferrous sulfate if you have low Iron. READ MORE
Yes, Please notify your PCP, your spouse and get an evaluation. READ MORE
You should call your PCP or can go to Urgent care as soon as possible for evaluation. READ MORE
Expert PublicationsData provided by the National Library of Medicine
- Mechanisms of calcium transport in human colonic basolateral membrane vesicles.
- Differential regulation of Na+/H+ exchange isoform activities by enteropathogenic E. coli in human intestinal epithelial cells.
- Cholesterol modulates human intestinal sodium-dependent bile acid transporter.
- Involvement of c-Src and protein kinase C delta in the inhibition of Cl(-)/OH- exchange activity in Caco-2 cells by serotonin.
- Role of USF1 and USF2 as potential repressor proteins for human intestinal monocarboxylate transporter 1 promoter.
- Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli inhibits butyrate uptake in Caco-2 cells by altering the apical membrane MCT1 level.
- Modulation of human Niemann-Pick C1-like 1 gene expression by sterol: Role of sterol regulatory element binding protein 2.
- Regulation of monocarboxylate transporter 1 (MCT1) promoter by butyrate in human intestinal epithelial cells: involvement of NF-kappaB pathway.
- Modulation of ileal bile acid transporter (ASBT) activity by depletion of plasma membrane cholesterol: association with lipid rafts.
- Role of Fyn and PI3K in H2O2-induced inhibition of apical Cl-/OH- exchange activity in human intestinal epithelial cells.
- Characterization of the 5'-flanking region and regulation of expression of human anion exchanger SLC26A6.
- PKC-dependent stimulation of the human MCT1 promoter involves transcription factor AP2.
- Role of down-regulated in adenoma anion exchanger in HCO3- secretion across murine duodenum.
Areas of expertise and specialization
- Women in Medicine 2021 Top Internist
- American College of Physicians
Professional Society Memberships
- American College of Physicians
Dr. Ravinderpal Gill, MD's Practice location
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Get to know Internist Dr. Ravinderpal Gill, who serves patients in Norfolk, Virginia
A well-versed internist, Dr. Gill practices at MALTC in Norfolk, Virginia. Some of her areas of expertise include critical care medicine, geriatric medicine, hospital medicine, and wound care medicine.
She is/was affiliated with different medical centers-Mary Washington Hospital, Piedmont Newnan Hospital, and Tanner Medical Center – Carrollton.
Attending and graduating from medical school in 2006, Dr. Gill has over 15 years of diverse experience, especially in internal medicine. She completed her residency in internal medicine at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in New York in 2011. She is finishing her Doctorate in Health Administration in 2022.
Specializing in the medical treatment of adults, she is board-certified in internal medicine by the American Board of Physician Specialty (ABPS). The ABPS is a physician-led, non-profit, independent evaluation organization driven by doctors who want to achieve higher standards for better care in a rapidly changing world.
Internal medicine is the medical specialty dealing with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of adult diseases. Physicians specializing in internal medicine are called internists. They manage and prevent common and complex diseases by providing comprehensive care and promoting overall well-being.”
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