HVMA Alumni

Residency Program in Primary Care and Population Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates/Atrius Health and the Department of Population Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute

At the end of their training, our graduates emerge with outstanding clinical skills, broad-based knowledge of clinical epidemiology, health policy and management, and health services research, as well as distinctive leadership expertise in the care of populations. These skills provide the foundation for many different careers in academic, organizational and clinical leadership.

Alumni Reflections of the Program

"The program at BWH/HVMA/DPM has been one of immense support and possibility. I came to Boston from the West Coast with a bit of trepidation, feeling a bit like Dorothy from the wizard of Oz, and concerned that I was blown off course. With the open arms of leadership, the structural mechanisms that allow for a fair amount of resident autonomy, and fellow residents that have a deep desire to relieve suffering caused by human disease, I found a place that would serve as a launching pad for a career in medicine. I am confident that this was the best program for me, and that anyone coming to the program will have a similarly uplifting experience."
- Kyle E. Morawski, MD, Class of 2015

"One of the most unique and transformational components of the HVMA program is how much flexibility there is built into the program to let you build the kind of expertise that you want.  I feel that I got an amazing education and given the trust and freedom to be able to deeply explore and engage in human rights work (my area of interest) in a way that completely shaped how I think of myself as a clinician and physician. In HVMA, your individual voice and interest are truly celebrated as part of the richness that you can bring to the whole group."
- Sarah Kimball, MD, Class of 2014

"The BWH/DPM/HVMA program provided an incredible opportunity to learn from such talented and humble physicians, teachers and researchers in a supportive and nurturing environment." 
- Andrea Wershof-Schwartz, MD, MPH, Class of 2014

"The HVMA program was a great program to train for my job as a primary care doctor. I learned so much from my preceptor and my fellow residents during our peer teaching sessions.  As I am now a preceptor, I find the experience of peer teaching very valuable."
- Katherine Day Rose, MD, Class of 2013

"The Brigham/HVMA/DPM program was an incredible experience -- I learned so much from my colleagues about how to be a better doctor, a better leader and a better person. It fostered my continued love of clinical primary care while giving me unparalleled exposure and experiences in the realm of innovation, management and leadership. The best moments of my current job (which I love) are when they remind me of my time in the program."
- David Gellis, MD, MBA, Class of 2013

"Training at BWH/HVMA was an extraordinary privilege, with remarkable training, support, mentorship, and community. One of the opportunities I am most grateful for in my life. Loved it."
- Nicholas Stine, MD, Class of 2012

"The BWH Residency in Primary Care and Population Medicine was an amazing experience. The culture is one of unconditional support - it feels like a family within the larger residency program. I remain close with my classmates, whom I respect immensely for both their clinical skills and their outstanding integrity and compassion. Bill Taylor is an exceptional mentor who remains a strong supporter even beyond graduation. Simply put, the program is the best!"
- Sarah Smithson, MD, MPH, Class of 2011

"The opportunity to learn from, and work with, such smart, dedicated, and inspiring people has been a privilege. The program encourages independence and creativity in exploring your own interests and supporting you every step of the way." 
- Sandhya Rao, MD, Class of 2008

"It was an absolute privilege to train at HVMA. The experience, exposure, network, friendships, mentorship and freedom to walk the path you're called to walk are unparalleled. I'd happily suffer through Beantown winters if I had to do it again."
- Mark Berman, MD, Class of 2007

"I am very grateful for all aspects of my training from this residency program. Working side by side with active clinicians in a practice devoted to population management from its beginning has had a great influence on my career. My favorite aspects are the mentorship, the curriculum in health policy and management, and the ability for residents to design various aspects of the curriculum. I came into the program with a dream of working in health care delivery innovation and over the three years, met a number of great people who shared my interests. The projects, mentors, and curriculum of the program helped me find my dream job after graduation."
- Namita Seth Mohta, MD, Class of 2006

"I have such fond memories of my HVMA/BWH/P-care days. I still read every email the program sends (including the recent one highlighting the BMJ editorial written by Sarah Kimball, Class of 2014). I am so proud of my co-residents; and keep in touch with many. In fact, Jenna Bollyky is working at Stanford too. My clinical focus is on bone diseases (osteoporosis) and female reproductive endocrinology (fertility & menopause); there is a lot of "preventive medicine" and "care of the whole patient" involved... and I am glad to have learned a strong foundation from my p-care days. Here are other things I'm so glad I learned from my HVMA residency days: teamwork with other providers, Epic (I use it now & it's especially helpful for teamwork!), critical reading of the literature ("clinical epi" conference), negotiation skills, competent cultural care, bedside manner, and all the many clinical pearls I learned from my mentors (including Moira Cunningham). Thanks for the good times."
- Aimee Shu, MD, Class of 2006

"I loved the HVMA Primary Care program!! I had no idea then that I would end up in Geriatrics but looking back it makes perfect sense. The program I am in now is truly highly coordinated primary care with an emphasis on team-based care, care coordination across settings and preventive care. All kernels from HVMA. My deep foundations in primary care and systems was built and nurtured in the HVMA Program. The training in reading journal articles stays with me to this day. I also was introduced to "real-world" ideas and issues that I use regularly, such as Leadership and Management. It was not easy at times to bridge the acute inpatient world with the outpatient but the learning derived from those years was well worth that struggle and makes me a much better doctor today." 
- Rachel Broudy, Class of 2006

"Overall the Brigham Internal Medicine Residency Program is second to none in terms of training, colleagues and attendings. The close knit Primary Care and Population Medicine Residency, however, added an even more special layer for me. The opportunity to get to know 11 other amazing residents across three years in such a close knit, supportive, yet challenging environment supplemented my residency training, allowing me to continue to explore population health and leadership while training at the individual patient level on the wards and in clinic. The leadership of the program engages many and diverse professors from across the system providing both a varied perspective and many opportunities for mentorship. This was absolutely my first choice in programs and I feel privileged to this day to be part of this special group."
- Marcy Carty, MD, MPH, Class of 2005

"The BWH/HVMA primary care residency was a terrific program. Several important features stand out for me. First, the journal club run by Bill Taylor was a life-altering experience. It changed the way I approach literature and was highly influential in my approach to research in hospice and palliative care.  I have been running a palliative care journal club every year since, and use his structure every time, starting with – “What is the question? Is this an important question?” Second, the patient-doctor seminar that run by Jim Sabin allowed us to experience our residency in a deep way, processing our experiences in a way that helped them to enrich us, rather than the usual cynicism and negativity that results from a high pressure residency. Finally, what terrific connections! Your peers and teachers make the program. Steve Pearson recently asked me to join a drug/device review panel in California; we had the (hopefully) future surgeon general of the US!"
- Alexander Smith, MD, MS, MPH, Class of 2005

"This program fundamentally shaped my career today. It not only taught me what it takes to be an excellent primary care physician (a goal to which I still aspire!), but also the organization shaped how I think about quality and safety. I learned the fundamentals of teamwork, care redesign, information technology, patient and provider education, and many other concepts that are core to my current career. I will always remember HVMA as the place where I learned to be a physician leader." 
- Thomas Sequist, Class of 2002

"My three years in residency were (surprisingly!) three of the best years of my life – it was fun and highly stimulating, the learning curve was steep, and I was surrounded by an amazing group of fellow residents and faculty. Over time I have appreciated even more what a special group of people this was – enjoy the journey!"
- Kevin Volpp, MD, MPH, Class of 2001

"My training in this program was incredible. I learned so much from my mentors, faculty teacher, and my peers. It is a rare and special program that I promote when I get the chance."
- Elizabeth Jacobs, MD, MPP, Class of 1996

"My training and career has taken me through a great number of hospitals, but my experience in the HVMA/HPHC program has had the largest effect on the way that I continue to practice medicine and to think about primary medical care." 
- Christopher Crenner, MD PhD, Class of 1996

"I was in the very first class of this unique residency program and I believe it was, and still is, the finest primary care program in the nation. Its spirit of innovation, connection to the heart of primary care medicine, and ability to breed leadership at the intersection of medicine, population-based care, ethics, and health care policy, are unmatched."
- Steven Pearson, MD, MSC, Class of 1990

BWH/HVMA/DPM Alumni List and Current Positions

Class of 2015

Kyle E. Morawski, MD: Fellow, Center for Healthcare Delivery Sciences, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Matthew Goldstein, MD, PhD: Director of Translational Medicine, Neon Therapeutics

Luis Ticona, MD, MPP: Health Policy and Management Fellow, Massachusetts General Physician’s Organization; Internal Medicine Physician, MGH Chelsea HealthCare Center

YiDing Yu, MD: Chief Clinical Innovation Engineer, Internal Medicine Physician, Atrius Health; Instructor in Population Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Class of 2014

Sarah Kimball, MD: Primary Care Physician, Department of Medicine, Boston Medical Center; Clinical Faculty, Boston University School of Medicine

Emily Maxson, MD: Medical Director, Aledade Inc., NY ACO

Amol Navathe, MD, PhD: Co-Founder and Co-Editor in Chief, Health Care: The Journal of Delivery Science; Managing Director, Navigant Healthcare; Attending Physician and Assistant Professor, Department of Health Policy and Medical Ethics, University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine

Andrea Wershof-Schwartz, MD, MPH: Fellow, Harvard Geriatrics Fellowship, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Hebrew Senior Life and Brigham and Women's Hospital

Class of 2013

Jessica Berwick, MD: Hospitalist, Department of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Faculty, University of Zimbabwe College of Health Sciences

David Gellis, MD, MBA: Lead Provider, Iora Health / Collective Primary Care, Brooklyn, NY

Daniel Horn, MD: Associate Medical Director for Central Population Management, MGH Primary Care; Clinical Innovation Fellow, Massachusetts General Physician’s Organization and the MGH Division of General Medicine; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Katherine Day Rose, MD: Attending Physician, Clinician Innovator Track, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Primary Care Physician, Brigham and Women's Advanced Primary Care Associates, South Huntington; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Class of 2012

Robert Chamberlin, MD, MBA: Medical Director, Performance Improvement for Primary Care, Cambridge Health Alliance; Primary Care Physician, CHA Revere and Everett Family Health Centers; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Tanvir Hussain, MD, MSc: Clinical Investigator Fellow, General Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Thomas Neely, MD: Attending Physician, Massachusetts General Hospital; Primary Care Transformation Leader, Adult Medicine, MGH Charlestown HealthCare Center; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Nicholas Stine, MD: Chief Medical Officer, NYC Health & Hospitals Corporation; Attending Physician, Bellevue Hospital; Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health and Medicine, New York University School of Medicine

Class of 2011

Robert Burke, MD: Academic Hospitalist, VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System; Faculty, General Internal Medicine Division, University of Colorado School of Medicine

Anya Lepp, MD: Primary Care and Palliative Care Attending Physician, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Irina Privorotskaya, MD: General Internal Medicine Physician, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Sarah Smithson, MD, MPH: Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of General Internal Medicine, Practice Quality & Innovation, UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine

Class of 2010

Nivedita Ghosh, MD: Attending Physician, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Primary Care Physician and Director of Ambulatory Education, Brigham and Women's Advanced Primary Care Associates, South Huntington; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Thalia Krakower, MD: Attending Physician, Massachusetts General Hospital; Primary Care Physician, Internal Medicine Associates; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Joanna Paladino, MD: Assistant Director of Implementation, Serious Illness Care Program, Ariadne Labs; Instructor in Medicine, Palliative Care, Dept of Psychosocial Oncology & Palliative Care, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Andrew Morris-Singer, MD: President and Founder, Primary Care Progress; Affiliate Instructor, Department of Family Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University

Class of 2009

Adrienne Allen, MD, MPH: Associate Medical Director of Quality and Safety, North Shore Physicians Group; Primary Care Physician, MGH/North Shore Center for Outpatient Care

Leonie Heyworth, MD: Fellow, Harvard General Medicine Fellowship, Brigham and Women's Hospital and VA Boston Healthcare; Primary Care Physician, Faculty, BWH/HVMA/DPM Primary Care Residency Program, Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates, Atrius Health

Jessica Kattan, MD, MPH: Medical Director, Primary Care Integration Program, NYC Department of Public Health and Mental Hygiene, Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Use, Prevention, Care, and Treatment

Jeff Kullgren, MD, MS, MPH: Research Scientist, Center for Clinical Management Research, Veterans Affairs Ann Arbor Health System; Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Michigan Medical School

Class of 2008

Kathryn Callahan, MD: Geriatric Medicine Physician, Assistant Professor, Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, Sticht Center on Aging, Wake Forest University Medical Center; Associate Program Director, Clinical Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC

Evan Dvorin, MD: Clinical Faculty, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Oschner Medical Center, New Orleans, LA; Primary Care Physician, Oschner Center for Primary Care and Wellness

Sandhya Rao, MD: Medical Director, Partners Population Health Management; Associate Medical Director, Quality Improvement, Mass General Physicians Organization; Co-Director, Partners Health Care Clinical Process Improvement Leadership Program; Primary Care Physician, MGH Women Health Associates; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Vaishnava Prashant, MD: Cardiologist, University of Michigan Health System; Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Clinical Faculty, University of Michigan School of Medicine

Class of 2007

Mark Berman, MD: Director, Lifestyle & Obesity Medicine, One Medical Group, San Francisco, CA; Vice President, Health, Mark One Lifestyle, Inc.

Kate Koplan, MD, MPH: Associate Medical Director, Quality and Patient Safety, Kaiser Permanente, Atlanta, Georgia

Mariah Quinn, MD, MPH: Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Director of Humanism in Medicine Curriculum, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; Internal Medicine Physician, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics

Mary Thorndike, MD: Hospitalist, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Class of 2006

Rachel Broudy, MD: Medical Director, Mercy LIFE; Internal Medicine, Hospice and Palliative Care Physician, Mercy Medical Center, Springfield, MA

Namita Seth Mohta, MD: Strategic and Clinical Advisor, Health Leads; Faculty, Center for Healthcare Delivery Sciences; Academic Hospitalist; Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Vivek Murthy, MD, MBA: 2015 United States Surgeon General; Co-Founder and President, Doctors for America; Co-Founder, Visions Worldwide, Chair, Trial Networks

Aimee Shu, MD: Endocrinologist, Stanford Health Care; Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine - Endocrinology, Gerontology and Metabolism, Stanford University School of Medicine

Class of 2005

Marcy Carty, MD, MPH: Vice President, Clinical Transformation; Palliative Care Consult Attending, Evolent Health, Arlington, VA

Alicia Cunningham, MD, MPH: Primary Care Physician, Private Practice, South Burlington, VT

Dawn Harris Sherling, MD: Assistant Professor of Clinical Biomedical Science, Internal Medicine Physician, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine, Florida Atlantic University

Alexander Smith, MD, MS, MPH: Associate Professor of Medicine, UCSF School of Medicine; Division of Geriatrics, Internal Medicine Physician, San Francisco VA Medical Center

Class of 2004

Jenna Beart-Bollyky, MD, MBA: Endocrine Fellow, Stanford University School of Medicine

Shiva Chandrasekeran, MD: Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Primary Care Residency Program Director, Department of Medicine, Temple University School of Medicine; Internal Medicine Physician, Greenhouse Internists, Philadelphia, PA

Emma Morton-Eggleston, MD: Director, Division of Endocrinology Pregnancy Program, Brigham and Women’s Hospita; Assistant Professor, Director of Teaching Programs, Department of Population Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute

Surya Singh, MD: Primary Care Physician, Brigham and Women’s Physicians Organization, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Class of 2003

Christine Mackey, MD: Attending Physician, Faculty, Department of Internal Medicine, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA; Primary Care Physician, Pittsburgh General Medicine Associates

Kanini Rodney-Phillips, MD, MPH, MBA: Board of Directors, Walter Rodney Foundation; Primary Care Physician, Faculty, Department of Internal Medicine, Birmingham VA Medical Center

Thad Schilling, MD: Chief Medical Officer, Reliant Medical Group, Central Massachusetts

Leila Yassa, MD: Endocrinologist, Newton Wellesley Hospital; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Class of 2002

Charles Morris, MD, MPH: Medical Director, Brigham Circle Medical Associates; Director, Ambulatory Education, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Thomas Sequist, MD: Chief Quality and Safety Officer, Partners Health Care System; Associate Professor of Medicine and Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School

Lecia Sequist, MD: Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Center for Thoracic Cancers, Massachusetts General Hospital

Raymond Zollinger, MD, MBA: Faculty, General Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; Primary Care Physician, Johns Hopkins Community Physicians

Class of 2001

Frederick Hofheinz, MD, MBA: Chief Medical Information Officer, Vice President of Sales, Intelligent Medical Objects, Inc., Chicago, IL; Internal Medicine Physician, Bedford VA Medical Center, Bedford, MA

Regina LaRocque, MD, MPH: Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Division of Infectious Diseases, Massachusetts General Hospital; Internal Medicine Physician, Infectious Diseases Associates, Massachusetts General Hospital

Kevin Volpp, MD, MPH: Professor of Medicine and Health Care Management, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Director, Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics, Leonard Davis Institute; Vice Chairman, Health Policy, Medical Ethics and Health Policy; Co-Director, Penn Medicine Center for Innovation; Staff Physician, Philadelphia VA Medical Center

Class of 2000

Nassim Assefi, MD: Director of Stage Content, TEDMED; Internist, Country Doctor Community Health Clinic; Medical Advisor, ZocDoc; Novelist; Medical Freelance Consultant

Sharon Horesh Bergquist, MD: Assistant Professor, Division of General Internal Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine; Primary Care Physician, The Emory Clinic

Katharine Meyers, MD, MPH: Primary Care Physician, Westchester Health, Stamford, CT

Kathleen O’Neil-Smith: Medical Director, Treat Wellness LLC, Newton, MA

Class of 1999

Anna Berkenbilt, MS, MMSc: Senior Vice President, Head of Clinical Development, H3 Biomedicine, Cambridge, MA

Timothy Burke, MD: Chief of Staff, Internal Medicine, Veteran Affairs Butler HealthCare, Butler, PA

Benny Gavi, MD: Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine-General Medical Disciplines, Stanford University School of Medicine; Internal Medicine Physician, Interactive Wellness, Menlo Park, VA

Benjamin Sapers, MD: Assistant Professor of Medicine, Alpert Medical School - Brown University; Primary Care Physician, Medical Primary Care Unit, Rhode Island Hospital

Class of 1998

L. Keoki Williams, MD, MPH: Associate Director, Center for Health Policy and Health Services Research; Internal Medicine Physician, Henry Ford Health System

Frederick Lee, MD, MPH: Internal Medicine Physician, Private Practice, Boston, MA

Bruce Weinstein, MD: Internal Medicine Physician, Compass Medical Group, East Bridgewater, MA, Steward Health Care System

Lori Farnan, MD: Medical Director, Gretchen S. and Edward A. Fish Center for Women's Health, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Class of 1997

John Halporn, MD: Associate Physician, Palliative Care Hospitalist, Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Thomas H. Lee, MD: Founder and CEO, Primary Care Physician / Men’s Health, One Medical Group, San Francisco, CA

Francine Monahan, MD: Primary Care Physician, Faculty, BWH/HVMA/DPM Primary Care Residency Program, Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates, Atrius Health; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Karen Sherritt, MD: Primary Care Physician, Faculty, BWH/HVMA/DPM Primary Care Residency Program, Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates, Atrius Health; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Class of 1996

Christopher Crenner, MD PhD: Robert Hudson and Ralph Major Professor and Chair, Department of History and Philosophy of Medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center

Elizabeth Jacobs, MD, MPP: Associate Professor, General Internal Medicine; Associate Vice Chair, Health Services Research; Department of Medicine and Health Innovation, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Class of 1995

Christine Seibert, MD, FACP: Associate Professor, General Internal Medicine; Associate Dean for Medical Education; University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health; Attending Internal Medicine Physician, UW Health Internal Medicine Clinic

Michael Wallace, MD, MPH: Professor of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL

James Winshall, MD: In Memoriam, 1995-2005, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Class of 1994

Mary Barton, MD, MPP: Vice President, Performance Measurement, National Committee for Quality Assurance, Washington D.C.

Jonathan Einbinder, MD, MPH: Assistant Vice President, Advanced Data Analytics and Coding, Harvard Risk Management Foundation (Crico); Faculty, Harvard University School of Public Health; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Primary Care Physician, Brigham and Women’s Physician Group

Joel Katz, MD: Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Internal Medicine Physician, Brigham Circle Medical Associates

Kathryn Rexrode, MD: Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School; Faculty, BWH/HVMA/DPM Residency Program in Primary Care and Population Medicine; Primary Care Physician, Preventive Medicine and Women’s Health; Brigham Internal Medicine Associates, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Class of 1993

Craig Bunnell, MD, MPH, MBA: Chief Medical Officer, Dana Farber Cancer Institute; Breast Oncology Center, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Joanne Foody, MD, FACC: Medical Director, Pollin Cardiovascular Wellness Center, Brigham and Women's Hospital; Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Editor in Chief, American College of Cardiology's CardioSmart Website

Class of 1992

Charles Kinder, MD: Cardiologist, Heart Care Centers of Illinois

Yvette Robideaux, MD, MPH: Acting Director, Indian Health Service, United States Department of Health and Human Services

Class of 1991

Laura Petersen, MD, MPH, FACP: Center Director, Center for Innovations in Quality, Effectiveness and Safety; Associate Chief of Staff for Research, VA Medical Center, Houston, TX; Professor of Medicine, Chief, Section of Health Services Research, Baylor College of Medicine

Roy Welker, MD: Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Primary Care Physician, Brigham and Women's Primary Physicians, Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital

Class of 1990

Peter Greco, MD: Associate Professor of Medicine, Case Western Reserve School of Medicine; Internal Medicine Physician, Metrohealth West Park Medical Center, Cleveland, OH

Donald Love, MD: Cardiologist, Heart Center of Metro West, Framingham, MA

Steven Pearson, MD, MSc: President, MGH Institute for Clinical and Economic Review, Boston, MA; Lecturer, Department of Population Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Visiting Scientist, Department of Bioethics, National Institutes of Health

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