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Global Health Fellows:

Maria Colon-Gonzalez, MD
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Maria received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Puerto Rico Bayamon Campus, Bayamon, PR and her Doctor in Medicine from the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine, San Juan, PR.; She completed her Family Medicine Residency at Hershey Medical Center. In 2007, she traveled to Honduras for a two-week mission, which gave her hands-on experience of understanding the true impact of profound poverty and limited resources.





Maternal Child Health Fellows:

Elizabeth M. Gomes, MD

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After over a decade of training in Connecticut College then Ohio University and finally Firelands Hospital -- this native Rhode Islander is eager to return home!  Dr. Gomes is Cape Verdean and tri-lingual.  She hopes to positively impact her English, Cape Verdean Creole and Spanish speaking patients.
Dr. Gomes will be working at Women's Care Inc.




Erica Waddington, DO

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Dr. Erica Waddington graduated from the Integrated Family Medicine & Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine residency at Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, MO. She is a 2009 graduate of A.T. Still University - Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is originally from Ashaway, RI.  She has two children ages 5 and 4.
Dr. Waddington has a research interest in somatic dysfunction in the newborn and will be working at Tri-Town Community Health Center.





Inna Ryvkin, MD
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Dr. Ryvkin is an MCH Fellow training in operative obstetrics. Her clinical interests lie in full spectrum women's health including prenatal care, contraception, reproductive care and, of course, obstetrics. She is also interested in academic medicine and resident teaching. She is fluent in Russian and proficient in medical Spanish. Outside of work she enjoys fine wine, cooking for friends, re-learning to ride a bike and is hoping to get a dog some day soon.
Dr. Ryvkin is currently working at East Bay Community Action Program.



 Sports Medicine Fellows:

Amity Rubeor, DO

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Dr. Amity Rubeor is excited to start the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship in July 2014. Previously she has worked as a clinical team leader for the Brown Family Medicine Residency, where she coordinated the orthopedics/sports medicine curriculum and directed the Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island Musculoskeletal Clinic and Sports Concussion Program.  Her areas of interest include sports concussion management and post-concussion syndrome, musculoskeletal ultrasound, and pediatric/adolescent overuse injuries.  She is a graduate of the New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and practices Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine.  After graduating from the Brown Family Medicine Residency in 2005, she completed a faculty development fellowship at Lancaster General Hospital in Lancaster, PA.  Dr. Rubeor enjoys teaching at the medical student and resident level and is excited to include this in her fellowship activity this coming year.  Outside of medicine, Dr. Rubeor enjoys spending time with her family and friends, particularly outside near the water or at a sporting event.

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