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Dr. Duncan Savage, MD
Radiation Oncologist, Albany Radiation Oncology Associates, LLC
and St. Peter's Health Care Services
Undergraduate degree: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Medical school: Albany Medical College
Residency: University of Wisconsin
Fellowship: Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center

Cancer can affect people of all ages and all walks of life. Chances are you or someone you know has dealt with the disease in some form or another. A cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming and scary to say the least, and for doctors like Duncan Savage, it's important to understand those fears so that the treatment and healing can begin.

A resident of the Capital Region since 1975, Dr. Savage is now part of the team at Albany Radiation Oncology Associates, LLC (AROA) and the section chief of the Division of Radiation Oncology at St. Peter's Health Care Services. Originally from New Jersey, he came to the area to attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and enrolled in a program designed for students to earn both their bachelor's and medical degree in six years.

"I was really fortunate [to be a part of the program] because I left high school knowing I'd have a spot in medical school," said Dr. Savage. He went on to complete his degree at Albany Medical College and said he chose radiation oncology because he thought it was a good combination of science and dealing with people.

"It's a very visual way of treating cancer," he said. Radiation therapy uses high-energy radiation to kill cancer cells and prevent them from spreading. It can be a tricky field to practice, as you are dealing with radiation 1,000 times more powerful than a standard chest x-ray, while making sure you are giving the appropriate dose to the appropriate area.

"You walk a fine line.Sort of like walking a tight rope." While higher doses of radiation control the tumor, you have to worry about increased side effects and not harming the patient.
Before settling on radiation oncology, Dr. Savage worked in the chemotherapy field for a year, but did not find it as satisfying. Citing more side effects with fewer results, he found that radiation, while also having its drawbacks, proves more beneficial for patients.

"I think it really makes the difference between dying of cancer and being cured of cancer," he
said.
Creating a supportive and compassionate environment for his patients is one of the most important things for Dr. Savage and he noted that a big part of that comes from his team at AROA.

"When dealing with patients you always have to get inside their head and figure out what makes them tick," he explained. "You have to partner with them to make a plan that fits their treatment needs."

Dr. Savage said his team, which ranges from radiation therapists to nurses to the front end staff, all understand what an extremely difficult time this is in their patients' lives.
"[The team] all understand the terror and enormity of what's going on and we really try to streamline the process for the patients."

With every patient, the team works together to bounce ideas off each other and Dr. Savage encourages input from all medical disciplines.

"Sometimes they see a side of the situation I haven't yet."

With the range of patients that he treats, there are times when someone newly-diagnosed thinks they may be able to handle more radiation than is healthy.

"It can be frustrating because some patients are willing to endure harsher treatments," he said, even though he may not believe it's the best option. This is when the team approach comes into play to develop the best treatment plan.

"It's a very humbling job," said Dr. Savage. "You can do everything right and things still go wrong." It's difficult for him to see patients not do well when you've done everything you can medically.

While his chosen field can be draining, he keeps things in perspective by remembering a former patient who was diagnosed with breast cancer. The woman told him she saw it as a gift and that the experience forced her to refocus her priorities and her life.

"We get so caught up in the day-to-day that we don't step back enough and look at the bigger picture," he said. "Thinking of her reminds me to take a moment and breathe."
-- Ciara McCann



Dr. Dale R. Meyer, M.D.
Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery
Lions Eye Institute: 1220 New Scotland Road, Slingerlands
Undergraduate degree: University of Virginia
Medical School: University of Maryland
Residency: Johns Hopkins University
Fellowship: West Virginia University, Oregon Health Sciences University: Casey Eye Institute

Plastic surgery is often seen as a "beautification" procedure performed in star-studded places like South Beach or L.A., where a nip and a tuck are as common as soup and a sandwich. But, plastic surgery is also done, many times, to repair physical flaws. Dr. Dale Meyer specializes in Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery and is one of just 400 doctors in the United States with the unique ability to perform a host of delicate procedures around the eyes while taking advantage of opportunities to cosmetically enhance a patient's appearance.

"I like detail work and I like being able to be able to see what I've done, the visual aspect of it," said Dr. Meyer, whose specialty involves cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the face and eyelids. Reconstructive surgery involves eyelids, tear ducts and the orbit, or eye socket. His specialty is the area around the eyes.

Dr. Meyer practices at the Lions Eye Institute in Slingerlands, home to several ophthalmologic specialties. It is affiliated with Albany Medical Center and attracts approximately 30,000 patients each year, not only from the Capital Region, but also from western Massachusetts to the Canadian border.

Over the years, he has done a wide range of reconstructive and cosmetic surgeries. "A lot of the work is eyelid work and my motto is: 'See how good you look. Look how good you can see.'"

He has also helped several patients recovering from skin cancer and tumors on their face, but there was one patient Dr. Meyer will never forget. In July of 2008, the parents of a newborn came to him seeking help for their daughter.

"She was born missing most of her upper eyelid. You have to re-build that," he said. So, at just one-week-old, he operated and was able to construct an eyelid. As if the success of the surgery wasn't rewarding enough, five months later he received a Christmas card from the baby's family with her photo on the front.

"It was a real blessing to see her improvement. I keep that card on my desk. It reminds me of the good stuff you can do."

Dr. Meyer grew up in Baltimore. He attended Medical School at The University of Maryland, where his son Eric will begin his freshman year in the fall. His daughter Elena is a freshman in high school. His wife, Joy is also a physician specializing in physical medicine. "She is the joy of my life, along with my children, of course." 

First in his family to attend college, Dr. Meyer moved to the area in 1990 when he took a job as an Associate Professor at Albany Medical College, where he continues to teach today.
"I actually thought when I started out that I wanted to do family practice or maybe surgery, but one of the rotations I did was ophthalmology and I really liked it."
-- Marci Natale




Dr. Paul Spurgas, MD
Neurosurgeon, Ellis Neuro Surgery
Undergraduate degree: Union College
Medical school: Temple University
Residency: Albany Medical Center Hospital

One of the most sophisticated surgical specialties, neurosurgery is the medical field concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of the entire nervous system. Surgery on the nervous system may be necessary due to a birth defect, traumatic injury, cancer or other reasons.

Top in this specialized field in the Capital Region is Dr. Paul Spurgas. He has been a board certified neurosurgeon for 28 years and is a native of Schenectady. Even though he is the only member of his family in medicine, he said he never once considered any other profession.
"I was always fascinated by thought and personality and the organ that controls it," he said.
Dr. Spurgas performs the latest minimally-invasive surgeries on patients who have had strokes, cerebrovascular disease, brain tumors, lumbar disc and degenerative diseases, cervical spondylosis and aneurysms. Before returning to Ellis Hospital in Schenectady as Chair of the Department of Neurosciences and Chief of Neurosurgery, he previously worked and taught as an attending neurosurgeon at Albany Medical Center Hospital and most recently cared for patients at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA.

"My experiences at Albany Med and at Geisinger were fantastic," said Dr. Spurgas. "But, returning to Ellis was an opportunity to come home to friends and family."

His days start early and are filled with seeing patients in the hospital, in the office or performing surgery. He's often called to the emergency room for consultations and attends frequent meetings. Even with a hectic schedule and after years in practice, it's important for him to fully prepare himself for each patient.

"I reflect on every surgery and walk myself through the steps before every case," he said. "That helps to ensure positive outcomes."

Those positive outcomes have become much easier to come by thanks to today's technology, which Dr. Spurgas said has evolved dramatically since he started. When he began, there was no such thing as a CT scan or an MRI machine. Instead, diagnosis consisted of a combination of detecting variations in blood vessel position and clinical diagnostic skills. Now, he is able to make a diagnosis in minutes and remove tumors with precision.
"The outcomes are markedly improved and the surgery is safer."

Dr. Spurges' philosophy is to be as open, friendly and compassionate as possible to his patients and listen to all of their concerns. He performs mainly spine surgeries and said the toughest cases involve the brain.

"While the surgery to remove a malignant brain tumor can be technically perfect, and we do everything we possibly can, often the nature of the disease precludes a long-term positive outcome for the patient," said Dr. Spurgas.

While reflecting back on previous cases, he said his most memorable patient was a young man who nearly died in a skiing accident. The man suffered a severe head injury and blood clot in the brain.

"Emergency surgery saved his life. He is now a successful businessman and we keep in touch regularly."

In his spare time outside of the operating room, Dr. Spurgas is active with the Saratoga Auto Museum and restores old Jaguars; something he has enjoyed doing since high school.
"I am fascinated by mechanical components," he said. "The early cars were made with pride and craftsman signed their work. I'm just trying to continue the life of these beautiful machines."

He has also practiced falconry for 30 years. The sport involves the use of trained birds of prey to hunt or pursue game. He said he grew up hunting and finds it exciting to interact with falcons and hawks in what they do naturally.

These hobbies provide some release for him, and despite the long and busy days, he isn't thinking about switching careers any time soon.

"There is always something new to be learned," he said. "I feel blessed to be able to enjoy my profession."
-- Ciara McCann




Dr. Sophia Socaris, M.D.
Critical Care Medicine
Albany Medical Center
Undergraduate Degree: UAlbany
Medical School: SUNY Health Science Center, Upstate Medical Center
Residency: Albany Medical Center
Fellowship: Albany Medical Center

It's 8pm on a Thursday night and Dr. Sophia Socaris is just getting home. While trying to catch up on her personal life and return phone calls, she finds herself hanging up abruptly. The hospital--the place she just left -- is paging her and she has five minutes to call back. Time is crucial, because every second counts when you're a patient in the Intensive Care Unit.

Dr. Socaris has been running the ICU at Albany Medical Center since 1992. She cares for all of the trauma patients, general surgery patients, neurosurgical, obstetrical, orthopedic and thoracic. Her staff cares for approximately 1,300 patients a year.

"It shows the volume of patients. Albany Med is a regional hospital. We have a lot of patients who travel from all over, including Utica, Kingston, Western Massachusetts and Vermont," she said. And she's proud to point out that, "Ninety percent of our patients survive and do well."
In her early days as a medical student at SUNY Health Science Center in Syracuse, Dr. Socaris did her training in Internal Medicine. It was while doing her residency at Albany Med, that she realized she didn't enjoy out-patient medicine.
"I gravitated toward sicker patients," she said.

 completing a fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at Albany Med she went on to work in the ICU at Ellis Hospital in Schenectady. Dr. Socaris returned to Albany Med in 1988 and in 1992 was named Physician Manager of the Surgical ICU.

In her time managing the ICU, she has experienced the highest highs and the lowest lows.
"We have someone come in near death and we're able to treat them and they get better and they leave the ICU and it's amazing to know you not only saved a person, but have forever affected their life."

During the low points, the strength of her staff shines through. "The ICU is a team. It's a family and just like any family, we support each other. We celebrate our successes and mourn our losses and go on to the next day to help the next person."

Because the patients Dr. Socaris treats are critically ill, a lot of time is spent caring for them, and strong bonds are developed. One patient she'll never forget is a new mother who was admitted right after complications from her delivery.

"Her husband was at her bedside every day along with the staff and team of physicians. I remember us all standing at her bedside not knowing if she was going to survive, asking each other, 'What else can we do?' 'How can we get her through this?'" Thankfully, the woman made it and her son grew up. "It's that example, the bond you have with families, that makes you really become one."

When Dr. Socaris is not in the trenches of Albany Med's ICU, you can usually find her at her family's restaurant, Athos, on Western Avenue in Guilderland.

"The restaurant is great because so many people I meet over the years - families, patients - I see in the restaurant."

Her husband, George Danes, runs the restaurant, but helping him out provides Dr. Socaris a good outlet. She said there is a link between her work in the ICU and Athos.
"They're similar; leading teams of people to achieve a certain goal."
-- Marci Natale




Dr. Anthony Malone M.D.
Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics
CapitalCare Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, Latham
Undergraduate degree: Trinity College
Medical School: University of Maryland School of Medicine
Residency: Albany Medical Center
Fellowship: Albany Medical Center

Having a child is a joyous, monumental occasion. But while we all hope for a healthy baby who achieves all of the development milestones, that's not always the case. When a problem arises with your child, Dr. Anthony Malone, MD, is the area specialist to seek out.

With over 30 years of experience in the field of pediatrics and developmental disabilities, Dr. Malone is the co-founder of CapitalCare Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics in Latham (a second office is located in Clifton Park) and serves as Clinical Associate Professor in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at Albany Medical College. His practice serves about 3,500 children a year and is growing.

"We are a diagnostic center. Our clinicians help parents understand what the underlying problem is and the mechanisms for it to have developed," he said.

Dr. Malone became interested in this field during college when he worked at a camp for special needs children and felt an instant pull. Today, he prefers to see children under age six; older children are seen in the Clifton Park office.

Dr. Malone's office does not treat patients directly, however. Instead, they evaluate and diagnosis their patients, referring those with developmental disabilities to therapists and educators throughout the public systems, such as Early Intervention and pre-school services of local school districts. If needed, they will also refer patients to mental health professionals or other medical specialists.

"We have children who are referred here from as far north as Canada, Utica and Westchester for any concerns about [their child's] development," he said. "Our philosophy is to find things early to help take care of them and help parents find the right resources."

Patients range in age from newborn to adolescent and may suffer from a cognitive or learning disability, genetic disorder, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, or language and speech delay.  Patients may also present with hearing and vision impairment, sensory issues and - the number one concern for parents right now - autism.

Dr. Malone and his team also see babies who graduate from the Neonatal Intensive Care Units at Albany Medical Center and St. Peter's Hospital for any concerns that may occur in their early years of life. Additionally, his team offers parents of domestic or international adoption an opportunity for developmental assessment, as well as support for planning and intervention for all developmental and emotional needs.

Besides treatment resources, they also refer parents to local help groups such as Parent to Parent, the Center for Autism and AIM High. And, they provide parents with resources for reading and are willing to meet frequently with them to review concerns or questions.

Whatever the case, CapitalCare Developmental Behavioral-Pediatrics will allay unfounded anxieties while paying special heed to those suffering from an identifiable disability. Not that the lay person can always tell the difference. Many parents, for example, will express anxiety about their child's perceived difficulty in communicating without realizing that the use of sign language in lieu of verbal communication is not as medically disconcerting as a complete lack of communication. "If they're [the child] is using sign language, that's okay. If they're not talking, that's a concern," he said.

The presence of symptoms don't always signify a serious problem though.
According to Dr. Malone, a child who is developing properly is one who has the drive to learn, is always ready for the next step and has a strong interest in understanding social skills.
In the end, though, the number one advice Dr. Malone can offer parents is to trust their instincts.
"Parents have very a good ability to understand when something is not going right."
-- Mary Beth Galarneau



Dr. David Foyt, M.D.
Otolaryngology/Neurotology
Capital Region Ear Institute
Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery (Otolaryngology/Neurotology)
Albany Medical Center
Undergraduate degree: Columbia College
Medical School: Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center
Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, Doctor of Medicine
 Residency: Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center
Fellowship:  House Ear Institute Inc. (House Ear Clinic)

As a child growing up in the Bronx, Dr. David Foyt often heard stories about his grandfather, a doctor in rural Czechoslovakia during WWII (now the Czech Republic). It was those stories that inspired him to go into medicine.

"My grandfather was an old school general practitioner who did everything from delivering babies to treating heart disease in elderly patients and rarely got paid with anything more than a chicken or a few sides of ham." 

Dr. Foyt decided to specialize in Otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat medicine) and Neurotology because he has always been good with very small things and finds the anatomy of the ear to be "beautiful anatomy."

After attending Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, he did his fellowship at the House Ear Institute Inc. (House Ear Clinic) in Los Angeles, CA, where he recalls the unforgettable experience of doing cochlear implants on an entire deaf family and activating them all on the same day.

"It was really pretty hilarious and very loud and a total zoo. We have several families here in the Albany area where we have implanted multiple family members, but never everybody at once!"

Following his fellowship, Dr. Foyt came to Albany. His practice at the Capital Region Ear Institute is made up of about half children and half adults and approximately half of all those patients come from the Albany area; the rest travel from areas such as Canada, Westchester, Syracuse and Vermont.

Much of what he does in his practice is the treatment of hearing loss, facial nerve disorders, balance and dizziness disorders and cochlear implantation. Since restoring hearing is one of the things he does, it often drives him nuts to see construction workers operating jack hammers.
"They're putting 120 decibels of sound into their ears."

Oftentimes, he'll try to get their attention, which usually elicits a response along the lines of, 'Who's the crazy guy yelling at me?' It's a different story at home though, where he'll tell his daughter that if he can hear the music through her earphones, it's too loud and to turn it down; advice he offers to everyone.

Of the many causes of hearing loss, presbycusis is the most common and is age-related. He has recently seen an increase in treating military personnel returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. The soldiers are supposed to wear hearing protection when they are shooting or in blast zones, but then they can't hear their partner, creating an even greater problem. Some of them come home and may have ringing in the ears and differing degrees of hearing loss. To treat some of these patients, he uses physical therapy and other treatments like injecting steroids into the ear to restore hearing.

A multidisciplinary subspecialty clinic for acoustic neuroma (non cancerous growth) and skull base tumors is headed by Dr. Foyt along with two other local doctors, Dr. Alan Boulous and Dr. Duncan Savage. Every Thursday, in conjunction with Albany Medical Center, Dr. Foyt sees patients in the morning for evaluation and then the patients are referred to see either Dr. Boulous at Albany Medical Center or Dr. Savage at St. Peter's Hospital for further evaluation and diagnoses if required. The advantage of the clinic is that many patients can be seen on one day as opposed to having to travel back and forth from their hometowns over time to see each of the doctors.
 

Dr. Foyt is one of about 250 doctors worldwide who are board certified in neurotology and skull base tumors, with approximately only 100 of those doctors being in the United States.
According to him, there is an increase in the number of skull base tumors, mainly because they are picked up more by MRI's. They are benign, and slow to grow, but are destructive. Tumors of this kind can affect many functions, including swallowing.

For treatment, they use the Novalis system (stereotactic radiotherapy) at St. Peter's Hospital. "It's a more precise treatment without affecting other body parts," he said.

Of the research that's happening in his field, Dr. Foyt said that electronics for cochlear implants (to restore hearing) have made huge jumps in technology. For example, a patient that may not have been helped by the implants five years ago is now able to be treated given the advances.

When asked what kind of research is on the horizon in his field, he said, "Stem cell research. Isolating the stem cells and teaching them [how to become hearing cells] is very exciting."
Between his practice, the clinic and family life, it's hard to believe he has time for anything else, but he does. Five years ago he founded and sits on the Board of Directors of the Children's Hearing Foundation (CHF), a not-for-profit organization which donates cochlear implants to children who need them. They're currently planning their first trip out of the country to Napal.

The most rewarding part of his specialty, he said, is being able to restore a sense to somebody. "When I see a smile on a child's face who is hearing for the first time and that child looks up and gets a smile from mom...that's the best part."


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Addiction Medicine
    John Melbourne
    Conifer Park
    79 Glen Ridge Road
    Glenville, NY  12302
    Phone: 518-399-6446
Allergy and Immunology
    James M. DeMasi
    Four Executive Park Drive
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-437-1890
Allergy and Immunology
    Thomas Flaim
    Certified Allergy and Asthma Consultants
    Eight Southwoods Boulevard
    Albany, NY  12205
    Phone: 518-434-1446
Allergy and Immunology
    Scott L. Osur
    Certified Allergy and Asthma Consultants
    Eight Southwoods Boulevard
    Albany, NY  12211
    Phone: 518-434-1446
Anesthesiology
    Paul C. Chalmers
    Anesthesia Group of Albany
    1450 Western Avenue, Suite 102
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-463-0050
Anesthesiology
    Cheryl A. De Simone
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Anesthesiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-4300
Anesthesiology
    Elliott S. Greene
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Anesthesiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-4300
Anesthesiology
    Anthony O'Leary
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Anesthesiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-4300
Anesthesiology
    Kevin Wilson Roberts
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Anesthesiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-4300
Anesthesiology
    Michael R. L. Sandison
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Anesthesiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-4300
Anesthesiology
    Farhan Mohinddin Sheikh
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Anesthesiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-4300
Anesthesiology
    David L. Trickey
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Anesthesiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-4300
Cardiovascular Disease
    Steven Arthur Fein
    Albany Medical Center
    Division of Cardiology
    Physicians Pavilion, Second Floor
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5076
Cardiovascular Disease
    Edward Francis Philbin
    Albany Medical Center
    Division of Cardiology
    Physicians Pavilion, Second Floor
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5076
Cardiovascular Disease
    Joseph D. Sacco
    Albany Medical Center
    Division of Cardiology
    Physicians Pavilion, Second Floor
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5076
Colon and Rectal Surgery
    Samuel Feldman
    Capital District Colon and Rectal Surgery Associates
    Five Palisades Drive, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12205
    Phone: 518-438-2776
Colon and Rectal Surgery
    Edward Lee
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Surgery
    47 New Scotland Avenue, Floor A2
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-0940
Critical Care Medicine
    Gary L. Bernardini
    Albany Medical Center
    Neurosciences Institute
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5226
Critical Care Medicine
    Scott Bradley Groudine
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Anesthesiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-8505
Critical Care Medicine
    David S. Palat
    Pulmonary and Critical Care Services
    Five Palisades Drive, Suite 100
    Albany, NY  12205
    Phone: 518-438-4496
Critical Care Medicine
    Sophia Socaris
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Surgery
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5963
Endocrinology and Metabolism
    Robert S. Busch
    The Endocrine Group
    1365 Washington Avenue, Suite 300
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-4704
Family Medicine
    Sharon Ann Alger-Mayer
    215 Washington Avenue Extension
    Albany, NY  12205
    Phone: 518-452-3028
Family Medicine
    Denis E. Chagnon
    Latham Medical Group
    713 Troy-Schenectady Road, Suite 224
    Latham, NY  12110
    Phone: 518-785-5881
Family Medicine
    Rebecca Lynne Elliott
    Greenville Family Health Center
    20 Bryants Country Square
    Greenville, NY  12083
    Phone: 518-966-8786
Family Medicine
    Gerald Hausler
    Center for Family Practice
    Eight Century Hill Drive
    Latham, NY  12110
    Phone: 518-783-7173
Family Medicine
    Brian J. Izzo
    Saratoga Family Physicians
    3044 Route 50
    Saratoga Springs, NY  12866
    Phone: 518-886-5800
Family Medicine
    Neil C. Mitnick
    Community Care Physicians
    Albany Family Practice Group
    Two Clara Barton Drive, Suite 201
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-207-2273
Gastroenterology
    Catherine Bartholomew
    Albany Medical Center
    Division of Gastroenterology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5276
Gastroenterology
    Richard MacDermott
    Albany Medical Center
    Division of Gastroenterology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5276
Gastroenterology
    Howard Malamood
    Saratoga Schenectady Gastroenterology Associates
    848 Route 50
    Burnt Hills, NY  12027
    Phone: 518-831-1500
Gastroenterology
    Seth Richter
    Albany Medical Center
    Division of Gastroenterology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5276
Hand Surgery
    Richard Uhl
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Hand Surgery
    Richard R. Whipple
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Infectious Disease
    Sarah L. Elmendorf
    Upstate Infectious Disease Associates
    567 New Scotland Avenue, Suite One
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-435-0662
Infectious Disease
    Douglas G. Fish
    Albany Medical College
    Department of Infectious Disease
    66 Hackett Boulevard
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-4439
Infectious Disease
    Susan Hadley
    Bassett Healthcare
    Division of Infectious Diseases
    One Atwell Road
    Cooperstown, NY  13326
    Phone: 607-547-3390
Infectious Disease
    Charles Kutler
    Medical Associates of the Hudson Valley
    Kingston Health Pavilion
    360 Washington Avenue
    Kingston, NY  12401
    Phone: 845-338-7140
Infectious Disease
    Alan M. Sanders
    Upstate Infectious Disease Associates
    567 New Scotland Avenue, Suite One
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-435-0662
Infectious Disease
    Raymond Patrick Smith
    Albany VA Medical Center
    Division of Infectious Diseases
    113 Holland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-626-5000
Internal Medicine
    Jill Marie Abelseth
    The Endocrine Group
    1365 Washington Avenue, Suite 300
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-4704
Internal Medicine
    Sharon Ann Alger-Mayer
    215 Washington Avenue Extension
    Albany, NY  12205
    Phone: 518-452-3028
Internal Medicine
    Jill Braverman-Panza
    1375 Washington Avenue, Suite 202
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-482-0007
Internal Medicine
    Carol Jean Burgess
    Prime Care Physicians
    1444 Western Avenue, Suite B1
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-458-2611
Internal Medicine
    William J. Caramore
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Internal Medicine
    One Pinnacle Place
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-262-5735
Internal Medicine
    Kevin Costello
    Albany Medical Center
    Hospitalist Program
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-6281
Internal Medicine
    Mary Ellen Drislane
    Prime Care Physicians
    Four Palisades Drive, Suite 100
    Albany, NY  12205
    Phone: 518-446-9545
Internal Medicine
    Joanne Marie Fogarty
    Newtonville Pediatrics
    564 New Loudon Road
    Latham, NY  12110
    Phone: 518-783-1445
Internal Medicine
    Carmen Giuliano
    One Pinnacle Place, Suite One
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-489-1109
Internal Medicine
    Robert M. Kelleher
    319 South Manning Boulevard, Suite 206
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-489-8493
Internal Medicine
    Josephine Lee
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Internal Medicine
    One Pinnacle Place
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-262-5735
Internal Medicine
    Jeffrey Perkins
    1873 Western Avenue, Suite 101
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-690-0171
Internal Medicine
    Laura E. Pica
    Prime Care Physicians
    Three Normanskill Boulevard
    Delmar, NY  12054
    Phone: 518-478-0948
Internal Medicine
    Mary E. Rappazzo
    Prime Care Physicians
    Four Palisades Drive, Suite 100
    Albany, NY  12205
    Phone: 518-446-9545
Internal Medicine
    John D. Rosenberger
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Internal Medicine
    One Pinnacle Place
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-262-5735
Internal Medicine
    Alwin Steinmann
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Internal Medicine
    One Pinnacle Place
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-262-5735
Internal Medicine
    Stefan A. Swicker
    Prime Care Physicians
    1444 Western Avenue, Suite D
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-452-0587
Medical Oncology and Hematology
    Harry G. Dunn
    New York Oncology and Hematology
    43 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-6696
Medical Oncology and Hematology
    Michael Kolodziej
    New York Oncology and Hematology
    400 Patroon Creek Boulevard, Suite 100
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-0044
Neurological Surgery
    Paul E. Spurgas
    Ellis Neurosurgery
    Medical Arts Building, Suite 204
    1201 Nott Street, Suite 204
    Schenectady, NY  12308
    Phone: 518-243-1876
Neurology
    Charles Evan Argoff
    Albany Medical Center
    Neurosciences Institute
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5226
Neurology
    Gary L. Bernardini
    Albany Medical Center
    Neurosciences Institute
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5226
Neurology
    Fabio Danisi
    Kingston Neurological Associates
    365 Broadway
    Kingston, NY  12401
    Phone: 845-331-5165
Neurology
    Alfred T. Frontera
    Kingston Neurological Associates
    365 Broadway
    Kingston, NY  12401
    Phone: 845-331-5165
Neurology
    Eric S. Molho
    Albany Medical Center
    Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-6611
Neurology
    Anthony Ritaccio
    Albany Medical Center
    Neurosciences Institute
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5226
Neurology
    Susan A. Weaver
    New York Oncology and Hematology
    43 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-6696
Neurology
    Earl A. Zimmerman
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Neurology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-0800
Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Cheryl Burack
    62 Hackett Boulevard
    Albany, NY  12209
    Phone: 518-465-3318
Obstetrics and Gynecology
    William Bruce Clark
    585 New Loudon Road
    Latham, NY  12110
    Phone: 518-783-1472
Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Robert Dropkin
    Six Executive Park Drive
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-489-7439
Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Eileen E. Joyce
    Upstate ObGyn Associates
    1365 Washington Avenue, Suite 201
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-4446
Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Camille Kanaan
    Albany Medical Center
    Division of Maternal and Fetal Medicine
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5100
Ophthalmology
    Gregory B. Krohel
    Northeast Eye Center
    2200 Burdett Avenue, Suite 206
    Troy, NY  12180
    Phone: 518-271-6293
Ophthalmology
    Dale R. Meyer
    Lions Eye Institute
    Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery
    1220 New Scotland Road, Suite 302
    Slingerlands, NY  12159
    Phone: 518-533-6540
Ophthalmology
    Robert A. Schumer
    Eye Associates
    500 Aaron Court
    Kingston, NY  12401
    Phone: 845-331-0711
Ophthalmology
    Steven Simmons
    Glaucoma Consultants
    1240 New Scotland Road, Suite 201
    Slingerlands, NY  12159
    Phone: 518-475-7300
Ophthalmology
    George O. Stasior
    Albany Eye Physicians
    One Penny Lane
    Latham, NY  12110
    Phone: 518-220-1400
Orthopaedic Surgery
    R. Maxwell Alley
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Orthopaedic Surgery
    Allen Laurence Carl
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Orthopaedic Surgery
    Robert Cheney
    Capital Region Spine
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-618-1111
Orthopaedic Surgery
    John Czajka
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Orthopaedic Surgery
    Shankar P. Das
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Orthopaedic Surgery
    Marc David Fuchs
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Orthopaedic Surgery
    Robert Hedderman
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Orthopaedic Surgery
    Paul P. Hospodar
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Orthopaedic Surgery
    John Herbert Kavanaugh
    Northeast Orthopaedics
    Everett Road Health Park
    121 Everett Road, First Floor
    Albany, NY  12205
    Phone: 518-453-9088
Orthopaedic Surgery
    Jeffrey Lozman
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Orthopaedic Surgery
    Daniel Thomas Phelan
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Orthopaedic Surgery
    Jon T. Toussaint
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Orthopaedic Surgery
    Richard Uhl
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Otolaryngology/Neurotology
    David Foyt
    Capital Region Ear Institute
    1220 New Scotland Road, Suite 301
    Slingerlands, NY  12159
    Phone: 518-439-4326
Otolaryngology
    Steven M. Parnes
    Albany Medical Center
    University ENT of Northeastern New York
    35 Hackett Boulevard
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5575
Otolaryngology
    William J. Richtsmeier
    Bassett Healthcare
    Department of Otolaryngology
    One Atwell Road
    Cooperstown, NY  13326
    Phone: 607-547-3060
Otolaryngology
    Stanley M. Shapshay
    Albany Medical Center
    University ENT of Northeastern New York
    35 Hackett Boulevard
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5575
Otolaryngology
    Aaron Sher
    St. Peter's Sleep Center
    Pine West Plaza Building One
    Washington Avenue Extension
    Albany, NY  12205
    Phone: 518-464-9999
Pathology
    J. Andrew Carlson
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Pathology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5454
Pathology
    Timothy Jennings
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Pathology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5454
Pathology
    Tipu Nazeer
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Pathology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5454
Pathology
    Jeffrey S. Ross
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Pathology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5471
Pediatric Allergy and Immunology
    Thomas Flaim
    Certified Allergy and Asthma Consultants
    Eight Southwoods Boulevard
    Albany, NY  12205
    Phone: 518-434-1446
Pediatric Anesthesiology
    Anica Crnkovic
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Anesthesiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-4300
Pediatric Anesthesiology
    Melissa Anne Ehlers
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Anesthesiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-4300
Pediatric Anesthesiology
    Cindy Weiss Hughes
    Anesthesia Group of Albany
    1450 Western Avenue, Suite 102
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-463-0050
Pediatric Cardiology
    Steven A. Kamenir
    Capital District Pediatric Cardiology Associates
    319 South Manning Boulevard, Suite 203
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-489-3292
Pediatric Cardiovascular Anesthesia
    Anica Crnkovic
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Anesthesiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-4300
Pediatric Critical Care
    Javier L. Sanchez
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Pediatric Critical Care
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5127
Pediatric Critical Care
    Raymond F. Walsh
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Pediatric Critical Care
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5127
Pediatric Dermatology
    Steven D. Resnick
    Bassett Healthcare
    Division of Dermatology
    One Atwell Road
    Cooperstown, NY  13326
    Phone: 607-547-3300
Pediatric Developmental and Behavioral Problems
    Anthony Malone
    Developmental Pediatrics
    Crossroad Center Plaza
    7B Johnson Road
    Latham, NY  12110
    Phone: 518-782-7733
Pediatric Endocrinology
    Linda M. Riddick
    Albany Medical Center
    Division of Pediatric Endocrinology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5723
Pediatric Gastroenterology
    James Betzhold
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Pediatric Gastroenterology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-8831
Pediatric Hematology-Oncology
    Jennifer M. Pearce
    Albany Medical Center
    Division of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
    47 New Scotland Avenue, Suite A502
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5513
Pediatric Ophthalmology
    John W. Simon
    Lions Eye Institute
    Children's Medical Eye Consultants
    1220 New Scotland Road, Suite 202
    Slingerlands, NY  12159
    Phone: 518-533-6502
Pediatric Ophthalmology
    Jitka Ludmila Zobal-Ratner
    Lions Eye Institute
    Children's Medical Eye Consultants
    1220 New Scotland Road, Suite 202
    Slingerlands, NY  12159
    Phone: 518-533-6502
Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery
    Allen Laurence Carl
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery
    Richard Uhl
    Capital Region Orthopaedic Group
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 200
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Pediatric Radiology
    Barbara Dangman
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Radiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-3402
Pediatric Specialist/Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
    David Albert Clark
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Pediatrics
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5333
Pediatric Specialist/Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
    Marilyn Fisher
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Neonatology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5421
Pediatric Specialist/Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
    Michael Joseph Horgan
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Neonatology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5421
Pediatric Specialist/Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
    Joaquim M. B. Pinheiro
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Neonatology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5421
Pediatric Urology
    Barry Allan Kogan
    Urological Institute of Northeastern New York
    South Clinical Campus
    23 Hackett Boulevard
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-3341
Pediatrics/General
    Joanne Marie Fogarty
    Newtonville Pediatrics
    564 New Loudon Road
    Latham, NY  12110
    Phone: 518-783-1445
Pediatrics/General
    Bradley A. Ford
    CapitalCare Pediatrics Guilderland
    3732 Carman Road
    Schenectady, NY  12303
    Phone: 518-356-4132
Pediatrics/General
    Robert Theodore Giombetti
    208 Delaware Avenue
    Delmar, NY  12054
    Phone: 518-439-5611
Pediatrics/General
    Constance L. Glasgow
    CapitalCare Pediatrics Clifton Park
    942A Route 146
    Clifton Park, NY  12065
    Phone: 518-371-8000
Pediatrics/General
    Douglas P. Larsen
    103 Great Oaks Boulevard
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-464-1392
Pediatrics/General
    Judith A. Lucas
    Albany Medical Center
    General Pediatric Group
    One Clara Barton Drive
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5588
Pediatrics/General
    Kallanna Manjunath
    Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Services
    Department of Pediatrics
    920 Lark Drive
    Albany, NY  12207
    Phone: 518-465-4771
Pediatrics/General
    Edward M. Sessa
    CapitalCare Pediatrics Schenectady
    700 McClellan Street
    Schenectady, NY  12304
    Phone: 518-372-5637
Pediatrics/General
    Michael P. Sonnekalb
    CapitalCare Pediatrics Guilderland
    3732 Carman Road
    Schenectady, NY  12303
    Phone: 518-356-4132
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
    Andrew Dubin
    Capital Region Spine
    The Bone and Joint Center
    1367 Washington Avenue
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-2666
Plastic Surgery
    James L. Dolph
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Plastic Surgery
    25 Hackett Boulevard, Second Floor
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-2229
Plastic Surgery
    Debbie A. Kennedy
    Albany Plastic Surgeons
    Four Executive Park Drive
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-438-1434
Plastic Surgery
    Joshua A. King
    Albany Plastic Surgeons
    Four Executive Park Drive
    Albany, NY  12203
    Phone: 518-438-1434
Psychiatry
    William N. (Bick) Wanck
    401 Geyser Road
    Saratoga Springs, NY  12866
    Phone: 518-583-3035
Pulmonary Medicine
    David S. Palat
    Pulmonary and Critical Care Services
    Five Palisades Drive, Suite 100
    Albany, NY  12205
    Phone: 518-438-4496
Radiation Oncology
    Duncan E. Savage
    St. Peters Hospital
    Department of Radiation Oncology
    317 South Manning Boulevard, Suite 100
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-525-1404
Radiology
    Frederick A. Eames
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Radiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-3277
Radiology
    William A. Wagle
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Radiology
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-3277
Radiology
    Gary W. Wood
    Ellis Hospital
    Department of Radiology
    1101 Nott Street
    Schenectady, NY  12308
    Phone: 518-243-4311
Rheumatology
    Betty R. Fuchs
    713 Troy-Schenectady Road, Suite 224
    Latham, NY  12110
    Phone: 518-213-0410
Rheumatology
    Joel M. Kremer
    Center for Rheumatology
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 101
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-4471
Rheumatology
    Donald Raddatz
    Bassett Healthcare
    Division of Rheumatology
    One Atwell Road
    Cooperstown, NY  13326
    Phone: 607-547-3300
Rheumatology
    Lee S. Shapiro
    Center for Rheumatology
    1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 101
    Albany, NY  12206
    Phone: 518-489-4471
Surgery
    David Conti
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Surgery
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5614
Surgical Oncology
    Ankesh Nigam
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Surgery
    47 New Scotland Avenue, Floor A2
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-0940
Thoracic Surgery
    Edward V. Bennett
    Albany Cardiothoracic Surgeons
    319 South Manning Boulevard, Suite 110
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-525-2525
Thoracic Surgery
    Lewis W. Britton III
    Albany Medical Center
    Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery
    43 New Scotland Avenue, Suite A203
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-9777
Thoracic Surgery
    Harry J. DePan
    Albany Medical Center
    Department of Surgery
    47 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-9777
Thoracic Surgery
    Karen McGinnis
    Bassett Healthcare
    Department of Surgery
    One Atwell Road
    Cooperstown, NY  13326
    Phone: 607-547-6784
Thoracic Surgery
    Stuart James Miller, Jr.
    Albany Medical Center
    Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery
    43 New Scotland Avenue, Suite A203
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-9777
Thoracic Surgery
    Javid Saifi
    Albany Cardiothoracic Surgeons
    319 South Manning Boulevard, Suite 110
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-525-2525
Urology
    Daniel J. Finn
    Capitol Region Urologic Surgeons
    319 South Manning Boulevard, Suite 106
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-438-1019
Urology
    Hugh A. G. Fisher
    Urological Institute of Northeastern New York
    South Clinical Campus
    23 Hackett Boulevard
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-3341
Urology
    Ronald P. Kaufman, Jr.
    Urological Institute of Northeastern New York
    South Clinical Campus
    23 Hackett Boulevard
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-3341
Urology
    Paul Pietrow
    Hudson Valley Urology
    111 Mary's Avenue
    Kingston, NY  12401
    Phone: 845-339-4900
Vascular Surgery
    Benjamin Chang
    Albany Medical Center
    The Vascular Group
    43 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5640
Vascular Surgery
    Ralph Clement Darling III
    Albany Medical Center
    The Vascular Group
    43 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5640
Vascular Surgery
    Dhiraj Shah
    Albany Medical Center
    Vascular Institute
    43 New Scotland Avenue
    Albany, NY  12208
    Phone: 518-262-5640
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