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Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine

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Center on Aging

The Center on Aging is dedicated to providing older adults with comprehensive care so that they can lead fulfilling lives to the greatest extent possible. The physicians and nurse practitioners provide both primary care and consultation to older adults in a multidisciplinary setting. The Center on Aging accepts Medicare and many managed care plans. Please note that there is a wait list of approximately four months.

Center on Aging Care Team

Ronald D. Adelman, MD, Director

Tessa Del Carmen, MD

Emily S. Finkelstein, MD

Mark Lachs. MD

Veronica Lo Faso, MD

Sonal Subhash Mehta, MD

Karin Ouchida, MD

Barrie Raik, MD

Bharathi Raman, MD

Sharda Ramsaroop, MD

Cary Reid, MD

Eugenia Siegler, MD

Mary Ballin, Geriatrics Nurse Practitioner

Deirdre Mole, RN, House Call Program, Administrator

Karina Veach, RN

Abbey Wanderman, RN

Lull Berhane, Practice Assistant

Maria Galamaga, Practice Assistant

Mental Health Team

Ronald Goralewicz, Nurse Practitioner

Marlena Palombo, Social Worker

Office Staff

Kim Jerome, Supervisor

Jeff Chrzan, Practice Administrator

Mildred Diaz, Registrar

Juana Guzman, Office Assistant

Elizabeth Jones, Office Assistant

Jean Roseann Rentas, Senior Account Administrator

Semple-Wilson, Registrar

About Irving Sherwood Wright, MD

Dr. Irving Sherwood Wright was a pioneer in aging research and at the age of 78, founded the American Federation for Aging Research. Dr. Wright earned both his B.A. and M.D. from Cornell University, and later served as attending physician at the New York Hospital and professor of clinical medicine at Cornell University Medical College, before becoming an emeritus professor in 1967. A renowned clinician, researcher, and educator, Dr. Wright's groundbreaking contributions extended beyond the field of geriatric medicine; he was also an international figure in cardiovascular disease. He pioneered the use of anticoagulants such as heparin and coumarin, which enable many modern cardiovascular therapies, including bypass surgery and angioplasty. The Center on Aging Research and Clinical Care is dedicated to continuing his remarkable and far-reaching work.

 

Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medicine New York, NY