Our Staff

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Our Providers

Personalized patient care is what sets Primary Care of WNY apart. When you visit one of our five locations you can expect to receive world class care. Expert physician specialists and caring clinical staff provide you with an exceptional health care experience.

Rachelle Booth, DO

Keith Felstead, DO

Cara Fininzio, DO

Derek Gallucci, DO

Andrew Harbison, DO

Darla Lane, DO

David Martinke, DO

Briana Niland, DO

William Schueler, DO

Angelika Snyder, DO

Sarah Spillman, DO

Jamie Streicher, DO

Chad Szymanski, DO

Catherine Tota-Thurn, DO

Joshua Usen, DO

Cary Vastola, DO

Sara White, DO

Megan Wierchowski, DO

Certified Physician Assistants/Nurse Practitioners

Meet our Certified Physician Assistants/Nurse Practitioners

Tracie Barletta, FNP-BC

Emily Ebert, PA-C

Jennifer Gaffney, PA-C

Madelyn Geil, PA-C

Molly Hill, PA-C

Katherine Licata, PA-C

Emily McGowan, PA-C

Gabrielle Padovani, PA-C

Abigail Posner, PA-C

Cassondra Stolzenburg, PA-C

Damian Zakroczemski, PA-C

FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENTS

Primary Care of Western New York is committed to improving the health care of our community.

Partnering with the Sisters of Charity Hospital Family Medicine Residency program is Primary Care of Western New York’s intentional commitment to meet the future medical needs of our community. Family Medicine residents are doctors who are required to spend three years after medical school graduation training in a number of clinical settings to learn the full scope of Family Medicine. Resident physicians are supervised by our board certified physicians. At some appointments you may meet with both doctors. At other appointments you may meet with only the resident physician.

If you would like further information on the residency program and current family medicine residents, please click on the link below.

ABOUT OUR MEDICAL TEAM

Our warm, friendly family doctors provide care for all ages, creating lifelong relationships beginning in infancy and continuing through adolescence and into adulthood.