Yatin J. Patel MD MBA
Yatin J. Patel MD MBA, an immigrant son of a Gujarati novelist, is a board certified sleep specialist who has been helping sleep disorder patients since 1994. He serves as Medical Director at Center for Sleep Studies at IU Health Goshen Hospital. He is a senior fellow at American College of Chest Physicians and American Academy of Sleep Medicine, where he is an active member of the Sleep Deprivation subcommittee. Passionate about sleep, alertness, and driving safety, he started in 2002 his public awareness campaign, "Stay Awake, Drive Safe," aimed at eliminating drowsy driving-related accidents through educational events at schools, colleges, and highway rest plazas. In 2008, he graduated magna cum laude from the Executive MBA Program, Mendoza College of Business, at the University of Notre Dame. Soon after graduation, he founded AEI Center for Supreme Leadership to promote selfless leadership focused on advancement of human race. He consults with organizations of various sizes, educates their executives on importance of sleep, and helps sleep-deprived executives excel despite insufficient sleep. He conducts seminars, "Supreme Leadership through Sound Sleep" and "AEI model of Supreme Leadership." He is a frequent contributor on WNDU (NBC), WSTV (FOX), WNIT (PBS), and B100 (radio), promoting sleep. His hobbies include nature, meditation, philosophy, wine, and cooking. He lives in Goshen, Indiana, with his wife Dipti, his daughters Priyata and Pooja, and his son Parth.
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VideosDoc on WNIT TV discussing drowsy driving
Simple tips to avoid drowsy driving deaths. Four people die every hour on US roads, and two of them are because of drowsy driving.
Deeper Sleep, Richer Life. Sleep Doc's 200 Pearls for Females.
by Yatin J. Patel MD MBA
Written by a practicing sleep physician, this book provides 200 pearls to help females get deeper sleep and thereby daytime alertness, energy, vigor, and vitality that can last all-day even during menstruation, pregnancy, menopause, and stress at home or at work. It also has pearls, which can improve life of those suffering from fibromyalgia, insomnia, sleep apnea, and insufficient sleep.
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