Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Ernest E. Federici, M.D., FACP, FACC
Acting Academic Chair
*Attended Medical School at Georgetown University and completed a fellowship in cardiovascular disease in New England Medical Center. A leader in medical education and clinical cardiology in the area. Dr. Federici received the Archbishop McCormick Award for Teaching Excellence. He has been the overall program director since 1987.
William Farrer, M.D., FACP, FIDSA
Program Director, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
*Graduated from Harvard Medical School. Completed his Internal Medicine residency at Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, Bronx, NY and his fellowship in Infectious Disease at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Associate Program Director of Internal Medicine program since 1989. Dr. Farrer has been the recipient of Archbishop McCarrick Award for Teaching Excellence and is past president of the Infectious Disease Society of New Jersey. He has been listed as a Top Doctor in New York Magazine, New Jersey Monthly, and the Castle Connolly Guide.
John W. Sensakovic, M.D., Ph.D.
Designated Institutional Official, Associate Dean
*Graduated from College of Medicine and Dentistry of New jersey. Completed his Internal Medicine residency and Infectious Disease fellowship at Saint Michael's Medical Center in Newark, NJ. Associate Program Director of Internal Medicine program since 1982. He has been listed as a Top Doctor in NJ Monthly, New York Magazine and the Castle Connolly Guide.
Eyad Baghal, M.D., GI, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Jill Butler, M.D., Director of Primary Care, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Thomas Golbert, D.O., Allergy-Immunology, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Vipin Garg, M.D., Academic Division Chief of Pulmonary, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
William Kessler, M.D., Hematology, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Karim Khimani, M.D., Division Chief, Geriatrics, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Tariq Mahmood, M.D., Rheumatology, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
James McAnally, M.D., Nephrology, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Arthur Millman, M.D., Cardiovascular Disease, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Manish Patel, M.D., Primary Care, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Fayed Shamoon, M.D., Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Clark Sherer, M.D., Associate Chief of Infectious Disease, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Marjorie Starkman, M.D., Endocrinology, Trinitas Regional Medical Center and Saint Michael's Medical Center
Robert Solomon, M.D., Geriatrics, Trinitis Regional Medical Center
Michael Zaboksi, M.D., Primary Care, Trinitas Regional Medical Center
St. Francis Medical Center
The medical staff of the St. Francis Medical Center consist of more than 200 board-eligible or certified primary care physicians and medical and surgical subspecialists who are organized into departments according to their educational experience.
St. Francis Medical Center is a voluntary, nonprofit, 254-bed general hospital founded by the Sisters of St. Francis of Glen Riddle, Pennsylvania. It is one of approximately 85 institutions of the Catholic Health East System, one of the largest multi-healthcare systems throughout the northeastern United States.
The medical center is administered by a Board of Trustees who guides the administrative staff, led by the CEO, and the medical staff, led by an elected president.
The mission of the medical center is to provide up-to-date effective, affordable health care to the members of the community it serves. In so doing, it provides educational experience for its employees, attending staff and affiliates to enable them to maintain a high level of care. Where appropriate, the employees, medical staff and residents, and other students of the medical center participate in research activities, which ultimately benefit the community in which they serve. The medical center provides services to the members of the community without regard to race, color, creed or ability to pay.
The medical center’s primary educational affiliation is with the Seton Hall University School of Health & Medical Sciences, which supports and enhances the residency programs in internal medicine and surgery.