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Meet our Founders

Meet the driving force behind our vision and commitment to excellence.

Dr. Kamilah Spencer

Hospitalist and Sleep Medicine Specialist

Dr. Kamilah Spencer is of Grenadian-Jamaican descent and is an ABIM board certified Internal Medicine and Sleep Medicine physician. She obtained her medical degree at The University of the West Indies, Kingston Jamaica. After completing internship at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Barbados, she returned to Grenada where she worked as a House Officer at the General Hospital and in the capacity of Clinical Instructor of Pathophysiology at St. George’s University Medical School. She then pursued Internal Medicine residency training at Howard University Hospital in Washington D.C., where she served as the Public Relations Officer for the House Staff Association and Internal Medicine Chief Resident, receiving awards for her outstanding contributions. She then completed a Sleep Medicine Fellowship at the University of Miami/ Jackson Memorial Health System.

Dr. Spencer started her career as a Hospitalist with Apogee Physicians at Whitfield Regional Hospital in Alabama where she was soon promoted to Program Director of the Hospitalist Service. During that time she was recognized for increasing hospital profitability through the implementation of initiatives that magnified hospital admissions and patient satisfaction. She also implemented a highly successful telemedicine system for the Intensive Care Unit during the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in published recognition.This inspired her to pursue a Healthcare Master of Business Administration at the George Washington University in Washington D.C.

Dr. Spencer has a passion for creating structures that can improve health equity and accessibility and aims to change the landscape of healthcare in the Caribbean through Global Med, a telemedicine company that she co-founded with Dr. Trena Stoute. In her free time Dr. Spencer enjoys experiencing new cultures through international travel.

Dr. Trena Stoute

Medical Oncologist and Hematologist

Dr. Trena Stoute, is a proud Barbadian who is American Board of Internal Medicine certified in Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology and Hematology. She attended the University of West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica, earning her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in 2009. Upon completion, she worked at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Bridgetown, Barbados, where she completed her internship and subsequently went on to work at The Clara Brathwaite Centre for Oncology and Nuclear Medicine until 2013 when she migrated to New York. There she completed an Internal Medicine Residency in 2016, at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn. Thereafter, she completed her Hematology/Oncology Fellowship (2019) at the University of Connecticut in Farmington, Connecticut. She is a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

On completion of her studies, Dr. Stoute joined the team at the Cancer Centers of Southwest Oklahoma as a Hematologist/Oncologist (2019-2022). During her time there, she utilized telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic and recognized how pivotal a tool it was in ensuring continuity of care for patients.

Impacting health care, especially Oncology care, in the Caribbean has remained her primary focus and it quickly became evident that telemedicine could be the path to achieve this. She has remained steadfast in seeing this become a reality and this led to the partnership with Dr. Spencer whose vision aligns with hers and out of this Global Med was created. 

Dr. Stoute enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. She prioritizes total wellness- enjoying exercise, yoga and meditation.

Mission

Our mission is to provide compassionate, timely, evidence based Internal Medicine subspecialty care to persons throughout the Caribbean through the use of innovative telemedicine technology. We aim to create a more equitable health care system by increasing the access to gold standard medical care.

Vision

We are dedicated to improving the health of the Caribbean region by making specialist health care more accessible.