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Olivia Perlmutt

Dr. Olivia Perlmutt is a board certified family physician who completed advanced training in reproductive health care and health services research. She practices at the Institute because compassionate and comprehensive primary care is important to keep everyone healthy and thriving.  

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Olivia Perlmutt

Ivonne McLean

Dr. Ivonne McLean is a board-certified family medicine physician at the Institute Family Health, where she completed a Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship.  She has stayed on as faculty and is also an Empire Clinical Research Investigators Program (ECRIP) Fellow. Dr. McLean completed her residency at the University of Massachusetts, Worcester, where her interest …read more

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Ivonne McLean

Theresa Meotti

Dr. Theresa Meotti received a bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Connecticut. After college she spent one year living in Guatemala and Nicaragua where she volunteered with local organizations and shadowed a midwife at a primary care clinic. She came back to the states and lived in NYC while working at a fertility clinic in midtown Manhattan. …read more

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Theresa Meotti

Azmina Bhayani

Dr. Azmina Bhayani is originally from Chicago and completed her undergraduate, medical, and public health training at Northwestern University. She graduated from a four-year family medicine residency in Lawrence, Massachusetts, with a focus on urban underserved medicine and an area of concentration in women’s health. Currently, Dr. Bhayani works at Walton Family Health Center, the …read more

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Azmina Bhayani

Leila Hagshenas

Dr. Leila Hagshenas is a graduate of the Institute for Family Health’s Beth Israel Residency in Urban Family Practice and is board certified in family medicine. She has special interests in women’s health and LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) healthcare, including hormone administration. Dr. Hagshenas sees patients of all ages at our Family Health …read more

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Leila Hagshenas

Susan Rubin

Dr. Susan E. Rubin is the reproductive health research director at the Institute for Family Health and associate professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She provides patient care as a family physician at the Institute’s Amsterdam Family Health Center.  She has conducted …read more

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Susan Rubin

Juliana Bennison

Dr. Juliana Bennison completed the Mount Sinai Downtown Residency in Urban Family Medicine in 2018. She graduated from Jefferson Medical College / Thomas Jefferson University in 2015 and specializes in family medicine.

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Juliana Bennison

Julie Schultz

Dr. Julie Schultz was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. She attended Columbia University in New York City, where she studied Biomedical Engineering, University of Maryland School of Medicine for medical school, and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for her MPH. Her interests include adolescent medicine, women’s health, population health, and integrative medicine. …read more

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Julie Schultz

Michelle Bejar

Dr. Michelle Bejar grew up in South Florida in an Argentine home.  She completed her undergraduate degree at Northwestern University, where she majored in European history and found her passion for public health.  After college, she spent a year in Buenos Aires researching the effect of psoriasis on quality of life.  Before medical school, Dr. …read more

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Michelle Bejar

Kelly Kirkpatrick

Dr. Kelly Kirkpatrick grew up in Vermont. She attended Williams College where she majored in Art History. After college, she taught high school students in Vermont for two years. She then moved to Philadelphia to attend Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed residency at the Institute for Family Health’s Harlem Residency in Family Medicine. Following …read more

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Kelly Kirkpatrick