New Primary Care Physician Joins BMC Hillcrest Family Health

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Health Systems announces the appointment of Dr. Esther Dono de Quiusky, a board-certified internal medicine specialist, to the medical staff of Berkshire Medical Center and the physician staff of Hillcrest Family Health of BMC.

Dr. Dono de Quiusky is accepting new patients in need of primary care services and provides care at Hillcrest Family Health with doctors Maxim Bitunov and Artsiom Tsyrkunou and Physician Assistants Vicki Burgess and Jennifer Votruba.

Dono de Quiusky is board-certified in internal medicine and received her medical degree from Universidad Evangelica de El Salvador. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Woodhull Medical Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.

For an appointment with Dr. Dono de Quiusky, call Hillcrest Family Health of BMC at 413-499-2051.

 


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