CHP Accepting New Primary Care Patients in Pittsfield

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Three primary care providers are now accepting new adult patients at CHP Neighborhood Health Center in Pittsfield.

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Three primary care providers are now accepting new adult patients at CHP Neighborhood Health Center in Pittsfield.

Family nurse practitioner Rebecca Gamache is focused on health promotion and disease prevention, and she has a strong passion for holistic treatment options. Gamache received her undergraduate degree from UMass-Amherst and went on to earn her M.S. in nursing at Sage Graduate School in Troy, N.Y.  She is a Berkshire County native, and worked as a registered nurse at Berkshire Medical Center and Berkshire County ARC before becoming a primary care practitioner.

Dr. Richard Samale is board-certified in family medicine and brings a "whole person" approach to preventing and treating illnesses He earned his bachelor's degree in biology at Boston College and earned another bachelor degree in pharmacy from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. He attended medical school at St. George University, interned at Mount Sinai Hospital, Conn., and completed his residency at Northeastern Hospital in Pennsylvania. He has more than 20 years experience in private practice.

Family nurse practitioner Brittany Wallace provides primary care to adult and geriatric patients. After receiving her undergraduate nursing degree from Russell Sage College, she earned her master of science in nursing at the Sage Graduate School in Troy, N.Y.; she worked previously as a staff nurse at Berkshire Medical Center. She is ANCC certified and is focused on preventative health and holistic whole-body health.

For an appointment, call 413-447-2351.


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