New Doctor Joins BMC Pulmonary and Critical Care Team

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Health Systems announces the appointment of Dr. David A. Oelberg, a board-certified and fellowship-trained pulmonologist, to the medical staff of Berkshire Medical Center and the physician staff of Pulmonary Professional Services of BMC.

Dr. Oelberg is accepting new patients in need of pulmonary and sleep medicine services, and is partnered with Drs. Hafez Alsmaan, Kashif Aslam, Cynthia Callahan, Julio Miranda, Michael Mortelliti and Jack Ringler at Pulmonary Professional Services of BMC.

Dr. Oelberg is board-certified in internal medicine, pulmonary disease, critical care and sleep medicine. He received his medical degree from McGill University, Montreal, and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Jewish General Hospital, McGill University, where he served as chief resident. He was fellowship-trained in pulmonary and critical care medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University.

Dr. Oelberg comes to the Berkshires after serving for two decades with Western Connecticut Medical Group, part of the Western Connecticut Health Network. He has served as a clinical instructor in medicine at Yale University and clinical assistant professor of medicine at the University of Vermont.

For an appointment with Dr. Oelberg or one of his colleagues, ask your physician for a referral or call Pulmonary Professional Services of BMC at 413-447-2695.

 


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