Dr. Peter Marcus is a family physician with a special interest in HIV and Hepatitis C care. He loves working as residency faculty because of the connections with patients and residents.
Michaela Frazier is the Institute’s vice president for social support services. In this role, she oversees delivery of case management, care coordination and related psychosocial support services across the Institute’s network of sites. Previously, she served as the Institute’s regional director of care coordination and interim director of community programs. Prior to joining the Institute, …read more
Yezmin is passionate about motivating patients to have a successful oral hygiene routine and focuses on oral hygiene preventative care, public health, nutritional counseling, and oral health care for patients with disabilities.
Dr. Adedokun is a former personal trainer who transitioned into medicine because of his passion for health and wellness and helping others. As a family physician, Dr. Adedokun is trained to care for patients of all ages, from prenatal to adult care. “I am excited about expanding the primary care services at Westchester Square. Our …read more
Dr. Pallapati joined the Institute as a full-time dental care provider in January 2019 following a residency at Lincoln Hospital and two years in private practice. Before joining the Westchester Square faculty, Dr. Pallapati worked part-time at the Institute’s Stevenson Family Health Center. “I came to the Institute to be a better service to the community. I …read more
Fern Roberson, Nurse Practitioner Fern earned her bachelor ’s and master’s degree in nursing from Pace University. Fern first joined the Institute in 2008 as a clinical nurse manager before deciding to return to school. After earning her master’s, Fern worked as a nurse practitioner at a skilled nursing facility in New Jersey before returning to the …read more
Dr. Nicole Neretin is the Institute’s Health Care for the Homeless Clinical Director and a clinical instructor for family medicine and community health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She completed medical school at SUNY Downstate and residency at the Institute’s Beth Israel Residency in Urban Family Medicine.
As a board certified physician in Family Medicine and HIV medicine, he has pursued a career in providing full spectrum primary care for the urban undeserved LGBTQ population in the Bronx. As an alum, he continues to work with our residents at the Walton Site in the Bronx. His clinical interests include: HIV Medicine, Transgender …read more
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.
Dr. Robert Murayama is the Institute’s HIV Medical Director and directs the COMPASS HIV Primary Care Track. He serves on the New York State AIDS Institute HIV Quality Advisory Committee, New York State’s ADAP Medical Advisory Committee – Clinical Committee, the HIV/AIDS subcommittee of the Community Health Care Association of New York State (CHCANYS), and …read more