Jincy Cherian
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Jincy Cherian, DO

Associate Program Director and Director of Osteopathic Medicine

Education and training

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) - New York College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency - Mid-Hudson Family Medicine Residency Program
Undergraduate - New York Institute of Technology

A little about me

I grew up as a Bronx/Long Island hybrid. I spent half of my early days in the Parkchester area of the Bronx and the rest of mypre-residency days in Nassau County on Long Island. I was enrolled in an accelerated Bachelors of Science/Doctor of Osteopathy program through the New York Institute of Technology and the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. I found the Mid Hudson Family Medicine program offered me comprehensive training in family medicine while still caring about its residents like they’re a part of the family. The ability to care for multi-generational families, the diversity of patients and pathologies and the challenges and rewards of teaching are the most exciting parts of Family Medicine for me. Outside of work, I am an entertainment buff who enjoys a wide variety of music, movies, television, reading (mostly fiction) and all sorts of writing. I spend my free time enjoying friends and family, being an active member of my local church, and trying new and delicious foods.

Why I love my job

Family medicine exposes me to a huge range of people and pathologies, and the diversity of the medicine is the most exciting part. The Mid-Hudson Family Medicine Program offers really comprehensive training in family medicine, while still caring about its residents like they’re a part of the family.

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Professional experience & accomplishments

Dr. Cherian grew up as a Bronx/Long Island hybrid. She spent half of her early days in the Parkchester area of the Bronx and the rest of her pre-residency days in Nassau County on Long Island. She was enrolled in an accelerated Bachelors of Science/Doctor of Osteopathy program through the New York Institute of Technology and the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. She found the Mid-Hudson Family Medicine program offered her comprehensive training in family medicine while still caring about its residents like they’re a part of the family. The ability to care for multigenerational family units, the diversity of patients and pathologies and the challenges and rewards of teaching remain the most exciting parts of family medicine for her.