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Gastroenterology Fellows

Angeli Patel, MD

Angeli Patel, MD

Chief Fellow (PGY-6)

Residency: University of Miami Hospitals and Holy Cross Hospital Program

About Angeli:
Angeli grew up in Jacksonville, FL. She received her undergraduate degree at Virginia Commonwealth University, after which she received her medical degree at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine/Jackson Memorial Hospital program, followed by a chief resident year in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at the Miami VA hospital and the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine/Jackson Memorial Hospital. She is currently a third-year GI fellow. In her free time she enjoys going on walks, pilates, trying new foods, and spending time with friends and family.


Will Oelsner, MD

William Oelsner, MD


Residency: UTHSC College of Medicine, Chattanooga

About Will:

I am a father, husband, physician, and researcher. I am originally from New York, but grew up in South Carolina. I graduated from Wake Forest University with honors and a BS in Biology and Entrepreneurship. I worked for 2 years as a medical assistant and office manager at a family medicine office before going to medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina. During medical training, I completed an NIH T32 Research Fellowship at Vanderbilt University in Translational Wound Healing under the mentorship of Jon Schoenecker. I completed a year of General Surgery training at UTHSC Chattanooga before switching to Internal Medicine.

My research as a GI fellow is focused on using national databases to critically examine health care disparities related to early onset colorectal cancer (EOCRC). In 2023, my research on EOCRC was selected for Outstanding Research Award in Colon and a Presidential Oral Presentation at ACG 2023 in Vancouver.

Outside of work, I am a father to three rambunctious children and husband to an incredibly talented pediatrician. Kathryn and I met during college at Wake Forest University, and we completed medical school and residency together. We enjoy spending time outdoors and have backpacked Isle of Skye in Scotland on our honeymoon, dog sledded in Colorado, hiked 106 miles around the Ring of Kerry in Ireland, fished in the Gulf Coast, and scuba-dived in Vietnam. Now with kids, I am a back-yard farmer, reading teacher, zoo explorer, fort-builder, jungle-gym supervisor, and swim instructor. In my spare time, I enjoy indoor rowing and audiobooks. 


Andrew Mims, MD

Andrew Mims, MD


Residency: UTHSC College of Medicine, Chattanooga

About Andrew:
I grew up in Birmingham, Alabama. I went to college at Vanderbilt University, medical school at the University of South Alabama, and completed my internal medicine residency here in Chattanooga. My wife, Courtney, and I have twin 3-year-olds, a 1-year old, and an English cream golden retriever. I enjoy spending time with my wife and kids on my days off. My hobbies include grilling, working in the yard, and watching sports.


Haseeb Mohideen, MD

Haseeb Mohideen, MD


Residency: Indiana University School of Medicine

About Haseeb:
Haseeb spent his childhood in Queens, NY and Valparaiso, IN. He attended Indiana University for his undergraduate and medical degrees, and completed residency training there before coming to Chattanooga for fellowship. His hobbies include rock climbing, gaming, and taekwondo.


Nov 20, 2023