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"What interested me in family medicine was a number of dynamic mentors I had during medical school in the Brown Family Medicine Program. I was interested in advocacy for patients and serving the underserved. The model of maternal care in family medicine also particularly interests me in care of moms and babies, and throughout the lifetime."

Mary Beth Sutter, MD
Director of Maternal and Child Health
Family Medicine and Obstetrics

“Primary care is often the first line of defense. We can keep you healthy as well as respond when something is wrong, often right in our office. When we can’t, we help you coordinate to get you into the right hands for the next step.”

Katherine McCleary, MD
Care New England Medical Group Family Medicine l Lincoln

“Patients will encounter us in primary care for a variety of different reasons. My role is to be a constant for a patient; when they are sick as well as when they are healthy, when they call and when they need to be seen.”

Edgar A. Pollak, MD
Care New England Medical Group Primary Care l East Side

“Primary care is particularly important because we really get to know the patients over a long time period, from years to decades…There is lots of opportunity for preventative care during our annual check-ups – cancer screenings, diabetes screenings, blood pressure screenings, and immunizations.”

Joseph A. Diaz, MD, FACP
Care New England Medical Group Primary Care and Specialty Services | Pawtucket

“Each member of a family may have different questions or concerns when they walk through the door, but by being able to take care of a family as a whole I have a really broad perspective on their health care needs and how to help them solve any problems they may have.”

Jennifer Rosenbaum, MD
Care New England Medical Group Family Medicine | East Greenwich

“During a first appointment I like to get to know my patient. I want to know not just their past medical history and surgeries, but also what brought them to me today, where they’ve been in their lives, and what they feel are the important things. Then the patient and I can build a collaborative model about where we are going to go moving forward in their health.”

Nicole Gleyzer, DO
Care New England Medical Group Family Medicine | East Greenwich

"Being a doctor always appealed to me to as a way to help people through some of their lowest points in their lives. In particular, becoming a family doctor always felt right for me because I get to form relationships with people over time, get to know their whole family, and be there for the ups and downs."

Benjamin R. Adler, MD
Family Medicine and Obstetrics