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Phelps Welcomes New Staff
(February 23, 2012) Lisa Koch of South Salem has been named Major Gifts Officer in the Development Department at Phelps Memorial Hospital Center. Prior to joining Phelps, Koch was Director of Development for Major and Planned Gifts at Purchase College. She also has served as Manager of Individual Support with the Wildlife Conservation Society, Director of Development at Montefiore Medical Center and Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations at New York Medical College. Koch is a graduate of State University of New York, Binghamton, where she earned her bachelor of science degree in management. She earned a master’s degree in business administration at Fordham University.
Rebecca Williams, MD, MHPE, of Yonkers, has been named Associate Program Director of the new Family Medicine Residency Program at Phelps. Most recently, Dr. Williams served at Montefiore Medical Center as the attending physician for the Department of Family and Social Medicine and coordinator for Family Centered Maternity Care. Dr. Williams earned her medical degree at University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago and her residency at Appleton Family Practice Residency in Appleton, Wisconsin. Dr. Williams has begun seeing patients at Open Door Family Medical Center in Sleepy Hollow, the designated Family Medicine Center for the residency program.
Kimberly Andron, LCSW-R, MSW, of Manhattan, has joined the Family Medicine Residency Program at Phelps as Director of Behavioral Medicine. Since 2009 Andron has held a faculty position of assistant professor of family and community medicine at New York Medical College. She has a bachelor of science degree in child development from the University of Delaware, an accelerated master’s degree in social work from New York University, and an advanced Postgraduate Certificate in family therapy from the Ackerman Institute in Manhattan.