Osama Kandalaft, MD
Primary Care Physician
Osama Kandalaft, MD, was born and raised in Amman, Jordan. He attended medical school at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) and earned his medical license. Soon after, he progressed to working as a House Officer with Trinity University in Ears Nose & Throat Surgery.
He went on to be hired as a Research Associate at Brigham & Women’s Hospital, working on multiple topics such as Traumatic Brain Injuries, seizure disorders & sickle cell disease. He completed his residency at Baystate Medical Center in Internal Medicine with the UMass/Tufts program. After receiving an award for Teaching Excellence from Tufts University, he moved further south to New Haven, CT, to work as an Attending Hospitalist with Yale, New Haven Health.
Currently, he teaches at Yale University School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, where he educates aspiring medical students and physician assistants.
Dr. Kandalaft is actively improving his linguistic ability, speaking three different languages proficiently and two others with some fluency. In his free time, he enjoys running, CrossFit, and watching Formula 1.