Dedicated to the optimization of stroke care, Gayle Rebovich, MD, has worked to implement best practices and advance successful treatment protocols. She completed postgraduate training through a neurology residency at the Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts, and then a cerebrovascular fellowship at Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center. Subsequently appointed a staff neurologist at Berkshire Medical Center’s Neurology Professional Services, Gayle Rebovich, MD, directed the center’s stroke program for close to two years.
A veteran of the Partners-in-Health Ebola treatment program in Sierra Leone, Gayle Rebovich, MD, has volunteered as a medical practitioner in India, Kenya, Haiti, and Belize as well. She now serves as a neurologist and the director of the stroke program at Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence, Rhode Island. Responsible for the management of stroke patients in the emergency department and inpatient units facility-wide, Dr. Rebovich also serves on a panel to improve stroke care across the state.
An active individual in her free time, Gayle Rebovich, MD, has participated in a 30-day hike in the Himalaya Mountains in Bhutan. She maintains active membership in the National Audubon Society and the Humane Society of the United States and is a proud supporter of both organizations.