Dr. Bitika Kohli is very interested in community and population medicine, and actively works toward increasing access to care for low-income, immigrant, and disabled populations across the United States. Through her involvement with organizations like the Sikh Family Center, she has focused on providing care for domestic violence survivors and refugees, and recognizes the importance …read more
Dr. Ramkhelawan worked in various fields as a nonprofit educator, contributed to publishing online articles for women’s health, worked in the health insurance field, and scribed in an urgent care setting. She loves family medicine because it allows her to care for the residents and their families while promoting healthier lifestyles and continuity of care. …read more
Dr. Kyla-Gaye Pinnock is a native of St. Catherine, Jamaica, and came to the United States at the age of 13. She has strong interests in women’s health and patient advocacy. She speaks fluent Patois.
Dr. Patel’s passion for promoting health and wellness came from working closely with community doctors to educate and treat patients with chronic diseases. She loves that being a physician allows her to be an educator and support system for her patients. She hopes to one day own a mobile health clinic and provide healthcare to …read more
Dr. Nisha Kochar grew up in Long Island, NY and studied psychology at New York University before obtaining her medical degree from NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine. Her professional interests include health literacy, community outreach/education, and global health.
Dr. Orcine’s early experiences in public health, community medicine, and inpatient and outpatient clinical rotations fostered her interest in family medicine. She loves the challenges and broad spectrum that family medicine has to offer. She feels that being a part of the Institute’s Mid-Hudson Family Medicine Residency Program gives her the opportunities to grow into …read more