FACULTY

 

Afsar Khan, MD

Program Director

Dr. Khan received his Doctor of Medicine from Allama Iqbal Medical College in Lahore, Pakistan and completed his residency with St. Elizabeth Family Medicine Residency Program in Utica, NY.  He has been awarded the 2020 Northeast Group Medical Director of the Year for his role in leading the MVHS Emergency Department as Medical Director. Dr. Khan leads our Faxton-St. Luke’s Transitional Year Residency Program, as the Program Director. 

 

Robert Madlinger, DO, MPH, FACOS, FACS, LTC, USAR, USARC Robert Madlinger, DO, MPH, FACOS, FACS, LTC, USAR, USARC

Core Faculty

Dr. Madlinger received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Kansas City University of Medicine and and BioScience in Kansas City, MO.  He completed his internship and residency in General Surgery at ST. Barnabas Hospital in Bronx, NY.  He also received fellowship training in Trauma and Critical Care from Lincoln Hospital in Bronx, NY.  Dr. Madlinger is the Program Director of our sponsoring program, the Faxton-St. Luke’s General Surgery Residency Program.

 

Satish Gedela, MD, MPH

Core Faculty

Dr. Gedela received his Master’s degree from Public Health at Missouri State University in Springfield, MO. and his Doctor of Medicine from Gandhi Medical College in Andhra Pradesh, India.  He completed his residency with St. Elizabeth Family Medicine Residency Program in Utica, NY.  Dr. Gedela specializes in inpatient medicine and is a Hospitalist with MVHS. 

 

Maxime Berube, MD

Core Faculty

Dr. Berube received his Doctor of Medicine from Ross University School of Medicine and completed his residency with SUNY Upstate’s Emergency Medicine Residency Program in Syracuse, NY.  He serves as Assistant Director of Interim Facility Medical Directors in the Special Ops Division of Emergency Medicine and is an approved Advanced Trauma and Life Support Instructor in both civilian and military settings.  Dr. Berube treats patients of all ages in the Mohawk Valley Health System Emergency Departments, where he has extensive interaction with residents and medical students.