New Doctor Joins Pulmonary Practice at BMC

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Dr. Inna Kogan, a board-certified and fellowship-trained pulmonologist, has been appointed to the medical staff of Berkshire Medical Center and the physician staff of Pulmonary Professional Services of BMC. 

She is accepting new patients in need of pulmonary care and is partnered with doctors Hafez Alsmaan, Cynthia Callahan, Julio Miranda, David Oelberg and Jack Ringer at Pulmonary Professional Services of BMC.

Dr. Kogan is board-certified in internal medicine, pulmonary and critical care medicine, and sleep medicine. She received her medical degree from St. Petersburg State Medical Academy, Russia, and completed her residency in internal medicine at Boston Veterans Affairs Medical Center/Boston University. She is fellowship-trained in spinal cord injury from the VA Medical Center, West Roxbury, Mass., and pulmonary and critical care medicine from St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, Boston.

Kogan comes to the Berkshires after most recently serving with St. Mary’s Medical Center, Lewiston, Maine, and Parkland Medical Center, Derry, N.H. She has previously served at a number of hospitals across Massachusetts, and in Virginia and Alaska.

For an appointment with Dr. Kogan or one of her colleagues, ask your physician for a referral, and for more information call Pulmonary Professional Services of BMC at 413-447-2695.


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