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Maurice Martin

Dr. Maurice Martin led an independent family medicine office in Somerville, Massachusetts from 1979-2017. He was Chief of Family Medicine at Somerville Hospital and Cambridge Health Alliance for fifteen years and has worked with Harvard medical students and Tufts family medicine residents in a part-time capacity throughout his career. Dr. Martin plays saxophone with the Brooklyn-based …read more

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Maurice Martin

David Weiss

Dr. David Weiss studied Medicine and Public Health at Tufts University and then trained in Family Medicine at Columbia University/NY Presbyterian, where he served as chief resident. Dr. Weiss loves the broad range of care family doctors provide, and has a passion for work with marginalized/underserved communities – particularly LGBTQ folks, people affected by the …read more

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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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Monica Weinberg

Dr. Monica Weinberg is board certified in internal medicine and completed her residency at New York-based Mount Sinai Hospital. Prior to joining The Institute for Family Health, Dr. Weinberg was on the faculty at NYU Langone Department of Medicine for 12 years (2005-2017), where she had a robust internal medicine practice and taught NYU residents …read more

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Margaret Walsh

Margaret Walsh has been a Family Nurse Practitioner at the Institute for Family Health since 1994. She is a primary care provider at Walton Family Health Center in the Bronx. Margaret has been responsible for the development of interdisciplinary models of care at the Institute. She has developed several curriculums for group medical visits that …read more

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Caitlin Weber

Dr. Caitlin Weber is from Connecticut. She attended the College of William and Mary in Virginia, where she majored in biology and English, followed by medical school at Albany Medical College. She then moved to Texas, completing a family medicine residency at the University of Texas at Austin and serving as chief resident during her …read more

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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

Chae Boyd

Dr. Chae Boyd is originally from Chicago but grew up in the sunny state of South Florida. She graduated from the Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, and while in her medical school training she obtained a masters degree in International Business. Dr. Boyd was drawn to medicine because she noticed the disparities …read more

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Chae Boyd

Gabrielle Surick

Dr. Gabrielle Surick grew up in northern New Jersey. She graduated magna cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis, with a major in the Interdisciplinary Project in the Humanities, and wrote her honors thesis on narrative medicine. She received her medical degree from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. While there Dr. …read more

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Kendall Rao

Dr. Kendall Rao was raised outside of Boston. After college, Dr. Rao pursued clinical research in breast and lung cancer therapies at Columbia University and published research on the use of urinary exosomes to screen for prostate cancer. She is passionate about providing comprehensive and thoughtful care to her patients in the Harlem community.

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