Dr. Suneel Dhand is the Founder of MangoWell LLC. He is board-certified in internal medicine. Dr Dhand was born in London and grew up in Berkshire, England. He went to medical school at Cardiff University and then moved across the pond, completing his internal medicine residency in Baltimore, Maryland. He currently lives in Boston, and practices as a hospital medicine physician.
Suneel’s clinical interests include frontline healthcare quality improvement, enhancing patient experience, and integrating healthcare information technology with clinical workflow. He regularly writes and speaks about these topics. As well as his duties as a frontline doctor (which he enjoys the most), Suneel has experience in the implementation of hospital IT systems, and was the lead hospital physician for the successful implementation of a Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) system in Worcester, Massachusetts. Suneel also has experience in a number of different healthcare environments and systems. In addition to practicing as a physician up and down the East coast, including in Florida, he previously worked in the United Kingdom’s National Health Service, and undertook an elective experience in Australia where he worked with the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
Suneel holds a faculty position with Tufts University Medical School as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine. He has authored numerous articles in clinical medicine that have been published in leading medical journals, covering a wide range of specialty areas. He has also authored chapters in the “5-Minute Clinical Consult” medical textbook. His other main area of interest is preventive medicine and wellness, and he is the author of two well-being books; High Percentage Wellness Steps, and the historical fiction book, Thomas Jefferson: Lessons from a Secret Buddha.
When he is not working in the hospital or on healthcare-related projects, Suneel enjoys running, cycling, playing tennis and golf, traveling (he tries to visit a different country every year), and getting back to London as often as possible!