Susanna G. Evans, M.D. -Residency Program Director, Associate Chair Department of Family Medicine and Medical Director FPOBGYN Clinic
Dr Evans is fellowship trained in Family Medicine -Obstetrics. She attended college at Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania and medical school at Pennsylvania State, in Hershey, PA. Dr. Evans completed her Family Medicine residency at the Shasta-Cascade Family Practice Residency Program, a University of California, Davis affliated program in Redding, CA. She then went on to complete an Obstetrics and Rural Family Medicine fellowship in Tacoma, Washington. She provided full spectrum Family Medicine services at a community health center in Tacoma Washington before joining the faculty at Montgomery FPR in 2002.
Gina L. Rose, M.D. -Medical Director Rittenhouse House Pine NH Dr Rose completed her training at Montgomery Family Practice Residency Program in 2001. She was the first Fellow in the Hospitalist Fellowship Program at Montgomery Hospital. She graduated from Temple University School of Medicine in May 1998. Her academic honors include, the Dr. Joseph Nathan Grossman Prize in Family Medicine, Judy Shockman Memorial Fellowship in Lupus Research, Alumni Junior and Senior Scholarships. She was elected into the AlphaOmegaAlpha Honor Medical Society in 1998 and received the Mead Johnson Award for Graduate Education in Family Medicine in 2000. Dr. Rose has been core faculty since 2001 and has special interests in research, community education, office procedures, and critical care medicine.
Eugene C Santillano, M.D. -Associate Director
Dr Santillano graduated from Drexel University College of Medicine (formerly MCP<>Hahnemann) in 2003. He returned to Philadelphia after completing residency at the University of California Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, California.
During residency he served for two years as Medical Director of Clínica Tepati, a volunteer clinic serving the indigent Spanish-speaking community of Sacramento, and he moonlighted in urgent care. He was faculty and Director of Maternity services at Chestnut Hill Family Practice for four years before joining the Montgomery Family Practice Residency Program as the Associate Program Director in 2010.
His special interests include Urgent Care, procedures, psychiatry, sports medicine, and obstetrical care.
“I am thrilled to be a “full scope” Family Medicine provider and hope to foster the philosophies of delivering family centered care in the era of the Patient Centered Medical Home. I look forward to providing my perspective to the continually evolving task of preparing well trained and compassionate family physicians.”
Maha(lakshmi) Srinivasan, M.D.
Dr Srinivasan joined the core faculty in 2010 after serving as part-time preceptor and running a private practice in Fort Washington, PA. She attended medical school at Thanjavur Medical College in India. She completed OB/GYN residency before coming to the US. She completed her family practice residency at Montgomery Family Practice. Dr Srinivasan is leading our clinics efforts to reach NCQA certification and the PA initiative to establish our clinic as a certified Patient Centered Medical Home. Her special interests include the metabolic syndrome, preventative medicine, and Women's Health.
Frederico Andino, MD
Dr Andino completed his family practice residency at Montgomery Family Practice in 2010. He joined the core faculty in the fall of 2010. He attended Medical School at Pontificia Universidad Catolica Del Ecuador and decided to continue his post-graduate medical training in the United States. He has special interest in teaching, Centering medical care, Geriatrics and Pedriatrics. He is originally from Ecuador and has a passion for delivering care to the Hispanic patients in the Norristown Area.
Beverlee Ciccone, Ph.D.
Dr Ciconne is a clinical psychologist, and part-time member of the residency faculty. She is heavily involved with our residency for the Behavioral Science Curriculum and research. Dr. Ciccone is responsible for teaching, precepting and consulting with the residents in both the inpatient and outpatient settings utilizing the biopsychological model of healthcare. She facilitates Balint Seminars exploring the residency experience and the physician/patient/family relationships. Dr. Ciccone received her undergraduate, masters and doctoral degrees from Temple University combining programs in psychology and health education for a concentration in Health Behaviour. In addition, she trained at the Marriage Council of Philadelphia which was a division of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania, leading to her certification in marital, family and sex therapy.
Nilesh Patel, M.D.
Dr Patel is a part-time outpatient preceptor at the Montgomery Family Practice Center. He has a private practice in nearby Audubon, Pa. He attended medical school at the University of Glasgow Medical School in Scotland, and completed his Family Practice Residency at Chestnut Hill Hospital in Philadelphia, Pa. Prior to his Family Practice training, he completed a surgical residency in London, and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (England). Dr. Patel became certified by the American Board of Family Practice in July 1994.
Peter B. Edde, M.D.
Dr Edde completed his residency at Montgomery Family Practice in August 2004, having been the chief resident in his third year. He became a part-time faculty member of MFPRP immediately following graduation. He now serves as an outpatient preceptor. He joined a private practice at nearby King Of Prussia Family Medicine. Dr. Edde completed his undergraduate studies, medical education and one year of Family Medicine training at the American University of Beirut in June 2001. He has special interest in office procedures, pediatrics, sports medicine, obesity and weight management.
Teresa Lowery, M.D. Part-time preceptor, Graduate of MFPRP, Graduate Medical College of Pennsylvania (previously Women's Medical College)
Kim Richardson, M.D. Part Time Preceptor