Dr. Rose Kumar
founder and medical director of The Ommani Cente
Dr. Kalpana (Rose) Kumar graduated from Albert Einstein School of Medicine in New York in 1986, completed an internship in Internal Medicine at UC San Francisco, and a residency at Stanford University in 1990. She is board-certified in Internal Medicine, has been in medical practice for nearly 30 years and is the founder and director of The Ommani Center for Integrative Medicine which has established a new standard in Integrative Medicine for the past 20 years and was one of the first green and sustainable health care clinics in the U.S.
She is the author of Becoming Real: Reclaiming Your Health in Midlife. She is a prolific speaker, has keynoted and facilitated numerous talks and workshops, interviews, appeared on several television and radio shows, authors a prolific blog entitled “Medicine on the Edge”, published hundreds of articles in the Huffington Post and Medium.com. She was voted top doctor in Internal Medicine and Integrative Medicine in 2011 and 2013 and was the winner of the Healthcare Hero Corporate Achievement Award in 2006. She was the YWCA Woman of the year in 1992 and voted Woman of Distinction in 1992.
She has revolutionized Women’s health by creating an evidence-based safe and effective protocol for natural hormone balance, is one of the few Plant-Based Physicians in Wisconsin and has an unprecedented success rate in reversing disease through her unique Integrative approach to health and disease.