Our Residents

John Asenjo, DO
Tour College of Osteopathic Medicine-New York

Karen Fong

My life’s mission statement is to remember daily where I have been and allow that to dictate where I will go through maintaining positive relationships with my God, family, friends, local community, nation, and world.


Joel Asunto, MD
Saba University School of Medicine

Phyu Wai Lwin

I believe that I have the caliber, motivation, experience, and energy to start my journey in medicine. With my continued training, I can offer quality healthcare and express my passion for caring for others. I anticipate helping the families of future generations, especially in underserved communities.


Shiveta Cherwoo, MD
Acharya Shri Chander College of Medical Sciences

Manhar Patel

My mission in life is to feel content and happy at the end of each day, when I lay down my stethoscope, by helping my patients and their families live a better quality of life.


Joseph Maddela, MD
American University of Integrative Sciences School of Medicine

Alvin Vanegas

Having grown up in an underserved community, it has always been my dream to become a Family Practitioner who exhibits the same leadership, dedication, and compassion as my clinical mentors have.


Melody Nameni, DO
Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine

Alvin Vanegas

My goal as a Family Medicine physician is to educate the community in preventative health and keep the community as healthy as possible, while promoting a healthy lifestyle.


Christopher Terzian, MD
St. George’s University

Alvin Vanegas

My mission in life is to maximize the amount of good in this world (or at least my community) by what I do: foremost to do no harm as the physician’s oath; then beneficence, then autonomy and justice for those whose lives I touch.