Meet Our Hahnemann Residents!




Jessica Dray, MD graduated in 2014 from UMass Medical School.  She received her BA from Brandeis University in 2009 and is a Framingham, MA native. As a medical student, Jessica served as an intern for the CAPC and was co-chair of the Primary Care Principles Interest Group. She is also interested in issues involving PCMH work. Jessica enjoys gardening and cooking.


Martha Duffy, MD is a 2014 graduate of St. Georges as well as a 2008 graduate of the University of Florida where she studied English Literature. rtha is a Florida native and a member of Physicians for Human Rights. Her academic interests include global health and underserved populations. ersonally, Martha enjoys kickboxing, creative writing and marathon running. 


Kateri McCarthy, MD, is a 2014 graduate of UMass Medical School nd a 2005 graduate of University of Notre Dame where she majored in Philosophy and Film/TV and Theater. A native of Brockton, Kateri was the recipient of a young filmmaker award prior to medical school. She is interested in preventive medicine and enjoys swimming and music. 


Daniel Wemple, MD, graduated in 2014 from UMass Medical School and earned his BA in Psychology from University of Notre Dame in 2010. Dan is a California native who moved to Massachusetts in his teens. At UMMS he has been President of the school’s Greatest Gift chapter. Dan's interests include global health. He also enjoys basketball and golf. 


Molly Igoe, MA is our first-year Behavioral Health Fellow after completing her PsyD from La Salle University in Philadelphia, PA. Molly recently completed the Integrated Primary Care specialty in her pre-doctoral internship at Riverbend Community Health Center and Concord Regional Health Center in New Hampshire.

She has extensive experience working on a variety of interdisciplinary teams, including palliative care and oncology, and this past year, she has been training alongside the family medicine residents in Concord. Hahnemann Family Health Center will be her primary health center placement but Molly will also be supporting residency training at Family Health Center of Worcester.




Chantal Dewey, MD is a 2013 graduate of Tufts  University School of Medicine and holds a number of additional degrees. She earned her BA in Health Sciences from Brandeis University in 2007, her MA in Medical Sciences from Boston University in 2008 and her MPH in Epidemiology from Boston University in 2009. Chantal has traveled to both Haiti and the Dominican Republic and social justice is one of her interests. 


Mark Fitzgerald, MD graduated in 2013 from UMass Medical School and earned his BS in Biochemistry from UMass Amherst in 2009. Mark is a Needham native and in addition to an interest in teaching, he also has a passion for palliative care and geriatrics. 


Anna McMahan, MD graduated in 2013 from UMass Medical School and earned her BA in Mathematics from Harvard College in 1999. Originally from Tennessee, Anna worked as an Annuities Manager at John Hancock Financial Services for several years prior to beginning medical school. She was a member of FMIG at UMass.


Jeffrey Wacks, MD is a 2013 graduate of Tufts School of Medicine who also earned his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from Tufts University in 2009. Jeff matriculated to medical school through an early admission program at Tufts. He was a member of his school's FMIG chapter and a member of the medical school Admissions Committee.




Mary Cooper, MD, Chief Resident, is a 2012 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and earned her BA in Art History from Dartmouth College in 2007. She also completed her MA in Bioethics and Medical Humanities at University of Pittsburgh in 2012. Mary is interested in women’s health and outside of academics, enjoys gardening and hiking. 


Marissa Hamrick, MD, graduated in 2012 from University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Marissa was born and raised in Alaska and graduated from Boston University in 2006 with a BA in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. She worked at Mass General in clinical and bench research prior to medical school. She is conversational in Spanish and was a member of her school's Medical School Admissions Committee. Marissa also studied Traditional Chinese Medicine during a month in Beijing during fourth year of med school. Her interests include women's and adolescent health.


Laura Hill, MD, is a 2012 graduate of the Medical College of Georgia who was a member of Phi Beta Kappa at the University of Georgia, completing her Genetics degree in 2008. Laura served for two years on her medical school's Honor Court, including as President. She is interested in working with the underserved and her outside interests include playing guitar and dancing. Laura is also a member of our residency's Global Health Track. 

    Farah Khan, MD comes to us from Tufts University School of Medicine, Class of 2012. She graduated in 2008 from Brandeis University with a BS in Biochemistry and Biology. A native of Bangladesh, Farah was a member of the Family Medicine Interest Group at Tufts and is interested in behavioral health and working with adolescents and the underserved. She grew up in central MA and enjoys music and baking. 
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