Virginia Robertson, MD, MScPH
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  • Title: Associate Medical Director for GYN Health and Specialty
  • Education: MD, SUNY at Buffalo; MSc, University of Edinburgh
  • Training: Residency Program in Social Medicine/Family Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center
  • Certifications: American Board of Family Medicine
  • One Zone Certifications: Justice Zone
  • SHC Clinical Team(s): GYN Health
  • “Well-being is that sense of healthfulness and centeredness in one's social, physical, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual life, and the ability to "re-center" whenever needed.”

Wing Yee Cheung
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  • Title: Nurse Practitioner
  • Education: MS, SUNY Downstate Medical Center; MSN, The University of Hong Kong
  • Training: SUNY Downstate Medical Center
  • Certifications: Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner Certification, National Certification Corporation
  • Languages: Cantonese, Mandarin
  • SHC Clinical Team(s): GYN Health
  • “Well-being is inner peace that is achieved when mind, body, life and environment are at equilibrium.”

Sandra Curet, MD
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  • Title: Staff Gynecologist
  • Education: MD, University of Puerto Rico-School of Medicine
  • Training: Residency in OBGYN, Beth Israel Medical Center
  • Certifications: American Board of Ob-GYN
  • Languages: Spanish
  • SHC Clinical Team(s): GYN Health
  • “Well-being is maintaining balance in your life, health (mental, physical and spiritual), work/study, family and friends, and leisure activities. ”

Paige Hempe, FNP
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  • Title: Nurse Practitioner
  • Education: BSN, MSN, Columbia University; BA, Skidmore College
  • Certifications: Family Nurse Practitioner, ANCC
  • "Well-being is a sense of balance or ease in one's physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual self."

Julia Huff, WHNP-BC
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  • Title: Nurse Practitioner
  • Education: BS, MS, Columbia University; BA, SUNY Geneseo
  • Certifications: WHNP, Board certified via National Certification Corporation
  • SHC Clinical Team(s): GYN Health

Jennifer “Jenn” Lowing, RN
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  • Title: Assistant Nurse Manager
  • Education: BSN, Long Island College School of Nursing
  • SHC Clinical Team(s): GYN Health
  • “Well-being is an integration of physical and mental health that contributes to overall health. ”

Yetunde Oloruntola
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  • Title: Medical Assistant
  • Education: MA, Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences
  • Training: Internship at Mount Sinai Manhattan Heart
  • Certifications: Registered Medical Assistant, BLS. OSHA
  • SHC Clinical Team(s): GYN Health
  • "Wellbeing is the state of having good mental health, physical, emotional and social and intellectual stability."

Julia Sullivan, WHNP-BC, MPH
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  • Title: Nurse Practitioner
  • Education: BA, Hampshire College; BSN, MSN, Columbia University; MPH, Emory University
  • Training: Clinicals at New York Presbyterian Hospitals, Mount Sinai Hospital, Harlem Hospital, and Planned Parenthood
  • Certifications: Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Board Certified- NCC; Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
  • SHC Clinical Team(s): Gender Team, GYN Health
  • “Well-being is the acknowledgment of how one's body, mind, and identities all contribute to overall health, with the objective of finding equilibrium and understanding and holding space for this definition to evolve and shift as one does so themselves.”