Michelle Miller has been an employee of the Institute for Family Health for over nine years, in various roles. She joined the behavioral science faculty of the Mid-Hudson Family Medicine Residency in 2018, where she provides behavioral health teaching and precepting, and works with the residents on their self-care and overall wellness. She is interested …read more
Dr. Clarissa Ortiz is from South Jersey and her grandparents are from Puerto Rico. She grew up playing multiple sports including martial arts, and played Division I softball on a USAAI softball team. She is interested in women’s health, international medicine, and serving underserved communities. Dr. Ortiz loves educating patients so that they feel empowered …read more
Dr. Aaron Choy is interested in academic medicine and has been involved in education since high school. He wants to continue his immersion in and promotion of medical education throughout his career. He loves building lasting relationships with people to work together so they can live life healthier and happier.
Dr. Meea Yim believes that medicine is engaging and challenging and that there is always more to learn. She has a special interest in addiction medicine. She looks forward to being a family physician where she can build lasting relationships with her patients.
Dr. Kyle Huang was born in Taipei, Taiwan, and moved to Vancouver, British Columbia when he was 12. He received his undergraduate degree in Integrated Sciences from the University of British Columbia with specialization in Medical Genetics and Molecular Biology. He is interested in preventive and integrative medicine, and behavioral health, and is excited to …read more
Dr. Andres Aguilera-Fish was the gastroenterology research coordinator at the White River Junction Veterans Affairs Medical Center in White River Junction, Vermont. He is interested in geriatric and rural medicine. He believes that even though many people suffer from the same disease, each person experiences the disease differently. Dr. Aguilera-Fish “took the long road” to …read more
Dr. Christopher Gamboa was raised in Jacksonville, Florida and attended college in Gainesville, Florida. After living in the foothills of the Appalachians in Birmingham, Alabama, he enjoyed New York City’s vibrancy while at Weill Cornell. Now he is excited to return to a community surrounded by natural beauty. Dr. Gamboa is interested in strengthening the …read more
Dr. Celina Serrano is a first-generation college graduate and the first physician in her family. Because of this, she feels she can relate well with patients from all walks of life. She grew up in Brooklyn and the Catskills, and had the experience of working in local emergency rooms for several years prior to pursuing …read more
During her time in medical school, Dr. Anita Venkatesan realized the strong need for a public health approach to medicine, which inspired her to pursue a Master’s in Public Health in Epidemiology. Her role as a physician is to empower patients with all the necessary knowledge and to work with them to determine the best …read more
Dr. Aparna Panja is interested in women’s health, community health, and LGBTQ+ health. She enjoys forming lasting relationships with patients, and the trust that brings.