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Hahnemann Family Health Center Faculty

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Ronald Adler, MD, FAAFP 
Associate Professor
Director, Primary Care Practice Improvement
Center for the Advancement of Primary Care
UMass Chan Medical School, 1989
UMass Chan Family Medicine Residency, 1992
Clinical/Academic Interests:  Women’s health, obstetrics
Why Hahnemann? Residents of this program are deeply committed to learning to be providers of superior care to their patients. They are attracted to the health center by the diverse patient population and the excellent support staff. What I value most about Lincoln Street is the full spectrum of family care delivered to people of various ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.


Kathleen Barry, MD
Assistant Professor
Education Director, Hahnemann Family Health 
UMass Chan Medical School, 2010
University of Virginia Family Medicine Residency,  2013
Clinical/Academic Interests: Evidence-based medicine, resident education, preventive medicine, well-woman and well-child care.
About Kathleen:  I grew up in Central Massachusetts, graduated from the College of the Holy Cross, and completed medical school at UMass before exploring other parts of the country for a few years. I am happy to return home! I love spending time outside, and feel fortunate to have seen some really beautiful places in my life. I love to bake (and eat) all kinds of things. I’m always on the hunt for new and interesting podcasts.
Why Hahnemann? I love the academic focus of a full scope Family Medicine practice that UMass offers. The faculty and residents are dedicated to their patients and to each other, making it a fulfilling place to work.


Kimberly Bombaci, MD
Assistant Professor

UMass Chan Medical School, 2010
UMass Chan Family Medicine Residency (Hahnemann), 2013
Clinical/Academic Interests: Women's health and pediatrics
Why Hahnemann: I originally came to UMass as a medical student. I loved the supportive environment here and stayed for my residency and now as a faculty member. UMass strives to be on the forefront of medical innovations and keeps patient care a priority. The organization is also dedicated to training new physicians to be compassionate and competent which is fun to be a part of.


Colleen Bregman, PT, MPH
Ambulatory Clinic Manager
About Colleen:
I've been the Clinic Manager at the Hahnemann Family Health Center since 2014. I went to Northeastern University for my undergraduate degree in  Physical Therapy and earned my Master’s Degree in Public Health from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. I've worked at UMass Memorial for 30 years in roles including Physical Therapist, Director of Rehabilitation Services and more recently as clinic manager in Family Medicine. I'm 
invested in process improvement and practice transformation. I earned my LEAN/Six Sigma Green belt in 2016. I currently live in Auburn, MA with my husband Howard and son Matthew.


Megan Brochu, PA-C
Physician Assistant
About Megan
: Raised in Northbridge, MA, I've always lived in Massachusetts. I  received my Bachelor of Science degree from Westfield State University. I then went on to study at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Worcester for my Master of Physician Assistant Studies, graduating in 2015.
Why Hahnemann? Prior to starting at Hahnemann in August 2017, I was practicing urgent care in the Boston area. I enjoys the wide variety that urgent care medicine has to offer, as well as serving a diverse patient population. I'm grateful for the ability to work with students and collaborate with residents every day in my role.


Stephanie T. Carter-Henry, MD, MS, FAAFP
Assistant Professor
Medical Director, Hahnemann Family Health Center
UMass Chan Medical School, 2008
UMass Chan Family Medicine Residency (Barre), 2011
Clinical/Academic Interests: Clinically I enjoy care of young famllies, prenatal, intrapartum and postpartum/newborn care. I enjoy procedures including colposcopy. I am passionate about care of patients with complex mental health needs and co-management with integrated behavioral health. I am interested in the interface between mindfulness, leadership, and process improvement and how to incorporate this into medical education. I am committed to developing sustainable practices that allow us to care for our communities and educate our learners to deliver quality care and how to work with/lead a highly effective team. I am interested to use the power of the EMR to improve sustainability and reduce burden and non-value added work for our teams. I enjoy the variety in my work which includes teaching, inpatient MCH, primary care, college health, procedural care and leadership. 
About Stephanie: I live in Holden, MA with my husband Matt and children Samantha and Elsa (named after her maternal grandmother and not Frozen!) I enjoy the New England seasons and have a favorite part of each of them! In particular, I love the Rhode Island shoreline and frequent the beach with my family in the summer. My extended family is mostly in Massachusetts and Rhode Island and I've been known to drop the occasional "r" in conversation! I am one of two children with a younger sister in Denver and definitely have older child tendencies. I'm a UMass "lifer" as you can tell from my training!
Why Family Medicine? Family Medicine values caring for entire families and communities and I draw strength from this. There is so much insight and effectiveness you can gain as a doctor for an entire family and it makes my work even more meaningful. In particular, the opportunity to care for families through the transitions that come with pregnancy, delivery and transitions after delivery is one that I find rewarding and family medicine has such a unique ability to care for families in this way - it is the best  part of what I get to do.
Quote: “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou


Rachel Davis-Martin, PhD
Licensed Clinical Health Psychologist
Associate Director of Behavioral Health Service
Assistant Professor, Department of
Emergency Medicine
Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
Doctoral Program, PhD Clinical Psychology, University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS
Pre-doctoral Internship, Behavioral Medicine Track, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX
Post-doctoral Fellowship, Integrated Behavioral Health and Implementation Science, UMass Chan Medical School
Clinical/Academic Areas of Interest: Mindfulness- and Acceptance-Based Behavior Therapies, Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality, Motivational Interviewing, Technology-Enhanced Substance Use Treatment, Sleep Disorders, Health Behavior Change, and Implementation Science.
About Rachel: "I was born in Alabama and spent most of my life living in the South (Alabama 22 years, Mississippi 5 years, and Texas 1 year). I moved to Massachusetts for my fellowship and fell in love with the state the minute we arrived. Besides a psychologist, I’m a yoga instructor, mother of 2 adventurous boys (and any number of foster children we have at that moment) and 2 dogs, love spending time outdoors year-round, and love to cook. I’m very extroverted and love any opportunity to hang out and chat." 
Why Family Medicine?
"I love the unique opportunity integrated behavioral healthcare in family medicine provides. I like that I get to treat patients across the life span while collaborating with their medical providers on their treatment plans and needs. I believe family medicine enables a more complete and better care by combining physical medicine with behavioral medicine in one environment.

  Henry Del Rosario, MD
Assistant Professor
Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University
West Suburban Family Medicine Residency Program, Chicago
Clinical/Academic Interests: Global health, procedures, refugee health care
About Henry: I live in Providence, RI with my wife, Jisoo, a pulmonologist at Brown. When I'm not commuting, I enjoy hiking and art (particularly Zen calligraphy and photography). My artist portfolio can be found online at 
I've made several trips to northern and southern China helping to teach family medicine to residents as well as establish a culture of primary care in Asia.
Why Hahnemann? I have a passion for medical education and the theory of teaching and so am excited to be part of the culture of learning at Hahnemann. 
Why Family Medicine? The beauty of family medicine comes from seeing patients from birth to death, in the clinic and in the hospital, and multiple members of the same family. As a doctor you are privy to some of the most intimate, vulnerable, and beautiful aspects of human experience. I find that this variety is mentally fulfilling, fun, and sustainable. A wide spectrum may also bring in difficult situations or patients very different than you, but uncomfortableness stretches your heart muscle— and empathy is something we need more of in this world.


Michael Ennis, MD
Associate Professor  
Assistant Dean of Student Advising, UMass Chan Medical School

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, 1983
UMass Chan Family Medicine Residency (Barre), 1986
Clinical/Academic Interests: Student/Resident mentoring, family centered maternity care, travel medicine
About Michael:  I'm from the Bronx, New York. I worked as a taxidriver in NYC for several years prior to going to medical school.

Why Hahnemann? Teaching residents and students feels like a special privilege that I get to enjoy every day. It is definitely one of the top reasons that I have continued to work at Hahnemann for 30 years. Bearing witness to, and occasionally helping, our residents transform into highly competent clinicians is a blast!
Why Family Medicine? My reasons for choosing family medicine continue to constantly morph and evolve. Perhaps, as a student, I initially came to this work enchanted by the idea of caring for the broadest of spectrums: “the cradle to the grave.” Nowadays, it is much more the continuity that I have with my families that sustains my passion for being a family doctor. Caring for extended families, sometimes 4 generations, delivering the babies of women whom I delivered as babies....these things too feel like a unique privilege that family doctors get to enjoy.

  Josephine Fowler, MD, MSc, FAAFP
Associate Professor and Vice Chair for Clinical Services
Spartan Health Sciences University

Family Medicine Residency at Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University, 1996
Fellowship in Maternal and Child Health at Memorial Hospital of RI/ Brown University, 1998
Clinical interests: Maternal and Child Health, Adolescent Health, Women's Health, Preventive and Public Health. Academic interests: Transforming the Clinical Learning Environment; GME; Health Equity in Maternal and Child Health; Disparities in Infant and Maternal Mortality; Preventive and Public Health; Quality and Patient Safety; Global Health
About Josephine: I am a Family Physician with a strong interest in whole person medicine, addressing mind, body, and spirit. As a maternal and child health provider, I am committed to improving the delivery of care to mothers, fathers, and children-- the family. I am committed to decreasing health disparities.  I am not only interested in the care of the patient but interested in addressing the wellness of physicians and healthcare workers. I am not only a doctor but committed to my family, my faith, and my community.  On any given day, what will you find me doing? Talking with family and friends, reading, helping someone, and living life to its fullest.
Why Hahnemann? HFHC at UMass is a well-respected teaching health center that cares for a diverse patient population.  HFHC is a place of innovation and transformation. These were some of the reasons I chose HFHC. The providers are cohesive and support one another. At HFHC, there are opportunities to train learners and influence the next generation of doctors. Family Centered Maternity Care focuses on a continuum of care that results in a good birth outcome. As a family physician in an environment where potential risk can be addressed during the preconception or interconception period, we can have an impact on mitigating risks and aim for better outcomes clinically and socially. 
  Jeremy Golding, MD, ABFM, FAAFP
Professor of Family Medicine
Professor of OB-GYN
Department Quality Officer
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, MD, 1987

Highland Hospital/University of Rochester Family Medicine Residency (1990)
Health Services Research and General Academic Preparatory Fellowship at University of Rochester School of Medicine (1991) 

Clinical/Academic Interests:  Evidence-based medicine, adolescent medicine, women's health, computers and electronic technology in medicine, electrocardiography, dermatology, office surgical procedures, office ultrasound. I'm the associate editor of The 5 Minute Clinical Consult (Lippincott/Wolters Kluwer Health). I can’t believe I’m fortunate enough to get paid to write and edit and learn! 
About Jeremy:  After completing a fellowship in health services research in Rochester, I practiced family medicine, college health, and emergency medicine for about 10 years before coming to UMass. I was also a medical advisor of a Planned Parenthood site in CT.  I have a particular interest and expertise (certificate of added qualifications from the ABFM) in adolescent medicine. I enjoy seeing patients at Clark University. Outside of medicine, I enjoy the outdoors, especially hiking and downhill skiing. I run for exercise. I love (really love) to sing and folk dance.  
Why Hahnemann? I joined Hahnemann because I felt a particular kinship with the faculty there. We share a sense of mission to our patients and a passion for teaching our learners. We offer full spectrum women's care, office procedures, and treat OUD with buprenorphine. All of our residents come with diverse interests and needs, and they are well-supported by an equally diverse, intelligent, amazing, and compassionate faculty committed to resident education.
Why Family Medicine? I think I would get bored doing the same thing every day! Instead, I am constantly challenged by the innumerable presentations we see here in our office. I get to practice to the full extent of my knowledge, training, and experience. I have several multigenerational families in my practice, and find getting to know all my patients very satisfying. Over time, I have grown with them. I cannot imagine practicing any other medical specialty. Although I will never be in the highest paid of physician specialties, I am already the most rewarded for my work.
  Mukti Kulkarni, MD, MPH 
Assistant Professor

Washington University in St. Louis, 2012
University of Colorado Family Medicine Residency, 2015
UMass Chan Medical School Preventive Medicine Residency, 2017
Clinical/Academic Interests: Public health, preventive medicine, adolescent medicine, correctional health
About Mukti: I provide mostly urgent care services at Hahnemann Family Health. Outside of Hahnemann, I am part of the core faculty for the Preventive Medicine Residency at UMass and a regional medical director with the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services, providing primary care to adolescents in correctional care.  After growing up and going to school in the Midwest, I’ve lived in various places in the West and New England. I’ve recently settled in Providence, RI and, because New England is quite compact, the commute to Worcester is not too bad! I love mountains and hiking, visiting national parks, and exploring vegetarian food from around the world.
Why Hahnemann? I'm fortunate enougth to provide urgent care services in the setting of a diverse and dynamic academic family medicine clinic. It's easy for me to communicate with providers and staff who care for the patients I see and I can better arrange necessary follow-up to provide them the best possbile care. I also enjoy working with medical students and learning from terrific faculty colleagues. 

Why Family Medicine? As you may have noticed, I like variety! I love the breadth of family medicine and being able to practice in a wide range of settings. I appreciate the whole person, whole family, whole community approach that family medicine offers and cannot imagine practicing in any other specialty. Family medicine is also a natural fit with my interests and training in preventive medicine and public health. 

Jeanna R. Lee, PhD
Licensed Clinical Health Psychologist
Director of Intern Curriculum, UMass Psychology Internship Program
Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry
Predoctoral Internship at Colorado West Regional Mental Health, Grand Junction, CO (community mental health center)
Post-doctoral Fellowship at UMass Chan Medical School, Dept. of Family Medicine, Clinical Health Psychology (2-year, APA-accredited): 
PhD program in Clinical Psychology: Palo Alto University, CA (MS and PhD in Clinical Psychology) 
Clinical/Academic Interests: Rapid diagnostic assessment, motivational Interviewing, health behavior change, neuroplasticity, self-compassion, chronic pain management, weight loss, lifespan development, family systems, trauma-informed care, culturally-informed care, education and training of medical and psychology trainees
About Jeanna: I grew up in western Montana, near Yellowstone National Park. I like to travel and have lived many places, though none quite like Worcester. 
Why Hahnemann? I came here initially as a post-doctoral fellow and was happy to return when a jpb opportunity opened up. The words I would choose to describe this practice are "team oriented" and "innovative." Our clinical, administrative, and academic work is collaborative and differing perspectives are sought out and considered when making decisions. 
Why Family Medicine? FM providers are generalists who treat patients throughout the developmental lifespan (birth-death) and often have the privilege of watching individuals and families grow over the course of their career. I think that FM is the medical discipline with values most closely aligned with psychological practice. FM providers see patients in the context of their family, community, and circumstances. They aim to treat a person, not just the disease. This bias supports collaboration with psychological practice, and together, we provide better care for our patient community.



  Manju Mahajan MD, FAAFP
Assistant Professor
Residency at University of Texas- Medical branch, Galveston, Texas
M.S. Ramaiah Medical College, Karnataka, India
Clinical/Academic Areas of Interest: Leadership in Medicine, Family Medicine advocacy, Resident teaching, Preventative medicine, Lifestyle medicine, Office based surgical procedures
About Manju: I live in Massachusetts with my husband Mohit and two daughters -Jiya and Myra. We have moved quite a lot from India to Texas to Iowa, now finally settled in MA to raise our children. I strongly believe in mental and physical wellbeing so outside of work a lot of my time is focused on mindfully spending quality time with my family. I enjoy exercising and listening to audiobooks/podcasts. I am a strong advocate of gender equality and a feminist at heart, so a lot of my focus is also on finding ways to decrease gender disparities with a long-term goal of improving quality of life and achieving equal rights for women in the world.
Why Hahnemann:
I chose Hahnemann as here I have the privilege of working with some very inspiring faculty. I love the opportunity to be working with great residents, behavioral health specialists, social workers, clinical and admin staff. It is amazing to see such a big team working in collaboration with the aim of superior patient care. I enjoy teaching so I love the focus on resident education.
I also enjoy connecting with patients of all age groups and different ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds. It is highly satisfying and humbling to hear their stories, successes, challenges while collaboratively making a personalized health plan to meet their needs.
Quote: “To be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.” - Nelson Mandela

Nicole Parker, DNP, FNP-BC, RN, CLC
Family Nurse Practitioner & Certified Lactation Counselor

UMass Chan Medical School
Clinical/Academic Interests: I love caring for young families during their preconception, pregnancy and postpartum journeys. My clinical interests include neonatology, pediatrics, women’s health, lactation counseling and utilizing both pharmacological and non-pharmacological strategies to promote healthy lifestyle habits. I enjoy incorporating alternative medicine techniques into the care I provide my patients to promote physical and emotional wellbeing. I am passionate about incorporating the nursing model into my practice and enjoy looking at the patient holistically in the context of their family and community.

About Nicole: I live in a surrounding town outside of Worcester with my husband Ben and our beautiful golden retriever Bailey. I received my Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and graduated with my Doctor of Nursing Practice from UMass Chan Medical School. I hold several years of nursing experience that ranges from caring from the adult in the ICU to the premature infant in the NICU. In my spare time I enjoy running, hiking, reading, photography and spending quality time outside with my family and dog.
Why Hahnemann?
The majority of my nursing career has been throughout the UMass healthcare system and these positive experiences lead me to want to remain in the organization as a provider. I have worked at the bedside at both the University and Memorial campuses. I am looking forward to working at Hahnemann and providing primary care services that I hope will prevent many of the hospitalizations I have seen as an inpatient nurse. I also live locally and enjoy serving my surrounding community.


Jeremy Vincent, MD
Assistant Professor

Tufts University, MS
UMass Chan Medical School, 2017
University of Michigan Family Medicine Residency Program, 2020
Clinical/Academic Interests: Preventive medicine, geriatric medicine, resident education
About Jeremy: I am originally from Taunton, MA and currently live in Natick with my wife and my son.  I lived in Massachusetts my entire life until I left to go to Michigan for residency.  I loved my time in Ann Arbor, but am excited to be back home.  I enjoy watching Boston sports, reading history novels and swimming.  
Why Hahnemann? I knew that I wanted to work in an academic setting and be able to work with and teach residents and UMass’ commitment to education was really impressive.  It is really exciting to be a part of a faculty that are so committed to resident education.