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Meet Our Residents! (2019-2020)

PGY-1:

Chandler Charette, DO, is a graduate of Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Chandler was born in Columbus, Ohio, raised in North Worcester County and attended Assumption College in Worcester. She has volunteered on medical mission trips since high school and looks forward to working with the underserved. She has a strong desire to train and then practice in the North Worcester County area (her father is a local ENT physician). 
   
Kate Cosgrove, DO is a graduate of the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. Kate was born in Fitchburg, MA. She is the granddaughter of Paul Cochrane, MD, one of the founding physicians of our residency. She attended Northeastern University prior to medical school. She is a strong advocate for the underserved and has volunteered in Belize. She wants to practice full spectrum family medicine in an underserved area to improve the health of her patients at individual and community levels.
   
Victoria Donascimento, MD is a graduate of UMass Medical School. SHe was born in Bryn Mawr, PA and has been a strong advocate for the underserved for many years. She has been a volunteer for many organizations, free clinics and took a one-year leave-of-absence during medical school to volunteer in Haiti. Victoria is fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and French Creole.
   
Emily Eshleman, DO, is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is a native of Philadelphia and attended Mount Holyoke College and Harvard T.H. Chand School of Public Health in Massachusetts. She decided to pursue Family Medicine to serve not only her individual patients, but also their community. She worked with faculty members to create a formal DO mentorship program for all first and second year DO students to provide support to students. She looks forward to practicing and serving an underserved community.
   
Tessera Strand, DO, is a graduate of the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. Tess is from Newton, MA and attended the University of Vermont. She participated in mission trips to Nicaragua, Ecuador and worked with Boston Health Care for the Homeless program, thus demonstrating her strong commitment to care for the underserved population. She was an EMT with the University of Vermont Rescue, a student run club at UVM’s campus and its surrounding cities and earned her national EMT certification.

PGY-2:

Emily Brown, MD, Class Representative, is a graduate of Escuela Latinoamericana de Medicina in Cuba. She was born in New Hope, PA and attended Pace University in New York, graduating magna cum laude, prior to medical school. Emily has a passion for family medicine and a strong commitment to serving the underserved. She was a co-founder of the Center for Language and Study and the Campus Garden while at ELAM. Emily is fluent in Spanish.
   
Constance Cammarata, DO, is a graduate of Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. Constance was born in Wareham, MA and attended Rollins College and the University of South Florida prior to medical school. She is a strong advocate for the underserved and  has volunteered at clinics for the uninsured, health fairs, food drives, numerous charity events and completed a service trip to the Dominican Republic. 
   
John O'Brien, DO, is a graduate of West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. John was born in Brockton, MA, attended Boston University and received a B.A., M.M.S. and M.P.H. He has done volunteer work in Peru and Ecuador and worked as an EMT in the Boston area. John is fluent in Spanish and looks forward to working with the underserved community.
   
Amanda Dostaler, DO is a graduate of University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. Amanda was born in Nashua, NH and graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of New Hampshire. She completed a four-week office Sub-Internship with us in January and showed a strong interest in working with the underserved and exhibited strong interpersonal skills and persistence in the pursuit of new knowledge.
   
Tsung-Yun Tzeng, DO, is a graduate of Rowan University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Tsung-Yun was born in Taiwan and attended the University of California, Harvard University and the McKinnon Body Therapy Center. He has a strong interest in OMT and provided free treatments to members of the university and the local community. Tsung-Yun completed a clerkship with our clinic in September, 2017 and exhibited a strong passion for family medicine. He speaks Chinese and French.
   

PGY-3:

Roberto Amado, MD is a graduate of Universidad de Ciencias Medicas de Camagiley in Cuba. He was born in Sao Filipe, CPV and attended Walden University in Minneapolis for his MHA. Roberto is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese and has worked as a Medical Interpreter and Translator in hospitals in the Boston and Worcester areas. He is looking forward to helping those who are disadvantaged and suffering with physical pain and mental sorrow.
   
Amy Chung, DO is a graduate of the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. She was born in Boston, MA and graduated from Brandeis University. Amy has done volunteer work for the Biddeford Free Clinic, local free clinics in Cusco, Peru and was a tutor and mentor for the Quincy Asian Resources for underserved high school immigrants. She would like to be an educator for her patients and make positive influence on overall health in the community she will serve.
   
Naris Ghazarians, MD, Chief Resident, is a graduate of St. Georges University of London. She was born in Boston, MA and graduated from Northeastern University. She is fluent in Spanish and Armenian and has a strong interest in Global Health since working in Cyprus and Puerto Rico. As a physician she wants to emulate a sense of community and establish strong bonds with her patients and leave work each day with a sense of fulfillment knowing she positively impacted her patients’ lives and helped better the community which she serves.
   
Amee Phan, DO is a graduate of the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. Born in Boston, MA, Amee graduated from Mount Holyoke College and received her MPH from the University of New England. She volunteered setting up medical clinics in Peru and was an interpreter for Cambodian patients in the emergency department of a local hospital. She has a strong motivation to practice in a rural, underserved community and help eliminate health care barriers.
   
Kyle Robichaud-Fuentes, MD is a graduate of St. Georges University. He was born in Gardner, MA and is a graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Kyle spent five years working in the engineering industry; always desiring to be closer to the patients whose medical devices he designed or whose new skin graft he had been researching in the lab for countless years. Kyle then went to medical school and has now "found his place, his calling and is ready to begin, to learn and most importantly, to educate."
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