Stephanie Braunthal, DO

Stephanie Braunthal, DO


Stephanie is an Internal Medicine Chief Resident at the Cleveland Clinic. Hailing from Connecticut, her road to Cleveland included a BA in French from Wellesley College, neuro-oncology clinical research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and medical school at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. Variety is her spice of life. This attracted her to Internal Medicine as a specialty and later inspired her to pursue the diverse position that defines a Chief Resident. During residency, Stephanie earned recognition from the Society of General Internal Medicine Midwest Board as one of Northeast Ohio’s 25 Under 35 Movers and Shakers for her leadership role within her institution and for her volunteer work with an organization that distributes feminine hygiene supplies to girls and women in need. She hopes to continue her career with a focus on women’s health. When not bumbling through a first attempt at maintaining a community garden plot, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her loved ones, singing, skiing, traveling (when safe to do so), and her Bernese Mountain Dogs.

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August 19th, 2020

Residency Reflections from an Intern Gardener

Starting Our Garden Last year, my boyfriend asked if I wanted to join a community garden. As he handed me the paperwork, he said he would be the “primary,” I would be listed as a “helper,” and for only $10, we could grow our own vegetables. Distracted by whichever rotation I was on, I agreed […]

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