Meet our Family Medicine Residency Class of 2022!
We’re delighted to welcome the newest members of our three family medicine residency programs – the Class of 2022! These passionate and diverse new family physicians are committed to our mission to provide outstanding primary health care to all people, regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay.
Teaching is at the heart of what we do at the Institute for Family Health, and our family medicine residents work all across our organization to provide care to patients in Kingston, Ellenville, New Paltz, Harlem, downtown Manhattan and the Bronx. As a federally-funded “Teaching Health Center,” our residency faculty and staff are committed to preparing residents to provide outstanding primary care in high-need communities. We’re proud that most of our residency graduates continue to work in community health centers and other settings where they help to alleviate primary care shortages and address deeply-entrenched community health disparities.
Please join us in welcoming our Class of 2022!
Harlem Residency in Family Medicine
Pictured left to right: Dr. Mara Phelan, Dr. Lauren Middleton, Dr. Gabriela Sanchez-Bravo, Dr. Tonie McKenzie, Dr. Mariposa Garth, Dr. Elana Cohn and Dr. Erik Sanchez
Mount Sinai Downtown Residency in Urban Family Medicine
Pictured left to right: Dr. Roya Yavari, Dr. Chelsea Recor, Dr. Bitika Kohli, Dr. Yasmin Hashemi, Dr. Camila Castellanos and Dr. Mark Bornstein
Mid-Hudson Family Medicine Residency Program
Top row, left to right: Dr. Nisha Kochar, Dr. Joe Debrah, Dr. Anita Igbokwe, Dr. Roschel Williams, Dr. Rachelle Grad and Dr. Raynata Ramkhelawan
Bottom row, left to right: Dr. Shivangi Patel, Dr. Kyla-Gaye Pinnock, Dr. Carolyn Kwa and Dr. Monica Orcine