Ronald Dixon, M.D., M.A., is the Director of the Virtual Practice Project at Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Medicine, and the Associate Medical Director at MGH Beacon Hill Internal Medicine Associates. Dr. Dixon completed his undergraduate work at McGill University, graduate work in clinical neuropsychology at University, graduate work in clinical neuropsychology at University of Buffalo, and medical training at Dartmouth Medical School. He completed residency training at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Dixon’s clinical interests are disease prevention, behavior management, chronic disease management, and care of patients with malignancies.
Richard N. Winickoff, M.D. is the Medical Director of MGH Beacon Hill at MGH Downtown and Associate Professor Of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He completed his undergraduate work at Harvard College and received his medical degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He did his residency training at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City and at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. He spent two years at the National Institutes of Health as a Clinical Associate. Dr. Winickoff's major clinical interests are quality and efficiency of care, information systems, hypertension, diseases of the prostate, and common acute illnesses.
Cecil Coggins is a nephrologist (specialist in kidney disease) as well as general internist. He graduated from Yale College and from Harvard Medical School with postgraduate training at Stanford and Mass General. He has been the Clinical Director of the MGH Renal Unit and Director of the Nephrology Training Program. He was the Director of the kidney physiology course in the Harvard-MIT medical program and the Director of the MGH Postgraduate Course in Internal Medicine and Editor of the Annual Review of Medicine. Dr. Coggins’ major clinical interests are hypertension, kidney disease and disease prevention.
Helen Delichatsios, MD, SM is an internal medicine physician at MGH in the Department of Medicine, and practices in the MGH Beacon Hill Internal Medicine Associates. Dr. Delichatsios completed her undergraduate work at MIT, medical school at Cornell, and residency training at New York Hospital. Dr. Delichatsios' clinical interests include nutirition and chronic disease prevention.
Amy Fogelman, M.D.
Amy Fogelman, MD, is a general internist at MGH Beacon Hill Internal Medicine Associates. Dr. Fogelman completed her undergraduate work at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, and her medical training at the Boston University School of Medicine. She completed her residency training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and spent time as a chief resident in primary care at the West Roxbury Veteran’s Affairs Hospital. Dr. Fogelman’s clinical interests are disease prevention, women’s health, and mental health.
I have been a primary care internist at MGH since 1994. I am the Clinical Director of the MGH Executive Health Services and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. I am a past Medical Director of the Massachusetts Special Olympics and a volunteer physician at the Martha's Vineyard Cerebral Palsy Camp. I attended the Albany Medical College (MD) and the Harvard School of Public Health (MPH) before completing my residency in Internal Medicine at MGH. Some of my clinical interests are caring for people with disabilities and assisting patients in managing stress and depression in non-pharmacologic ways.
Erika Hyde Riley, M.D.,M.P.H. graduated from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. She earned her medical degree at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and completed her residency training at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Following her residency, she obtained a masters degree in public health from the Harvard School of Public Health and completed a General Internal Medicine fellowship in research and clinical effectiveness at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Riley’s clinical interests include women’s health, menopause management, and the long term health consequences of domestic violence.