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  • Andrew Rosenzweig, MD, CMP, FACP, is the Chief of the Division of Geriatric Medicine. He is board certified in internal medicine and geriatric medicine. He is president of the Eastern PA Geriatrics Society and a graduate of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine’s Longitudinal Reynolds Geriatric Faculty Development Scholars Program. His practice spans the full spectrum from inpatient consultative to home-based primary care.

    Loretta Dugan, MSW

    Janice Fey, CRNP

    Rachel Gold, CRNP

     Richard Grant, MD, MPH, has a special interest in home care. As chair of the Division of Geriatric Medicine he established a home visit program. Dr. Grant is board-certified in internal medicine with added qualifications in geriatrics. He is a Graduate of Boston University School of Medicine.

    Tahmina Hassan, MD, completed internal medicine residency training at the Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia and a fellowship in geriatric medicine at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia.  

    Edith Hasbrouck, MD

    Ellen Zagrebelsky, MD, completed a residency program in primary care/internal medicine and a fellowship in geriatrics at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. Born and raised in Russia, Dr. Zagrebelsky is fluent in Russian and English, and can communicate in Ukrainian and Belorussian. In addition to seeing patients at the Prime Health office, she also visits homebound patients and nursing homes.

    To schedule an appointment with one of these doctors, or to search for another Einstein physician, visit our Physician Finder or call 1-800-EINSTEIN.

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