Medical Group Welcomes Physicians Hobart, Cleary, Holdorf, Gargodhi


Psychiatrist Marie Hobart, MD, received her medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine and completed a psychiatry residency at Massachusetts General Hospital. Board certified in psychiatry, her clinical interests include severe and persistent mental illness, developmental disabilities, public sector psychiatry, and the integration of medical and psychiatric care. Dr. Hobart specializes in psychiatry at Community Healthlink Inc. in Worcester and Fitchburg. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Hobart, call 508-860-1260 in Worcester and 978-343-6957 in Fitchburg. See online profile; visit website.

Surgeon Muriel Cleary, MD, earned her medical degree from New York Medical College, and completed residency and fellowship programs at Yale New Haven Hospital. Board certified in general surgery, Dr. Cleary specializes in general and pediatric surgery on the University Campus. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Cleary, call 855-UMASS-MD. See online profile; visit website.

Pulmonary and Critical Care Physician Jonathan Holdorf, MD, received his medical degree and completed residency and fellowship programs from the Medical School. His clinical interests include pulmonary hypertension, interstitial lung disease and chronic respiratory failure. Dr. Holdorf specializes in pulmonology and critical care medicine on the University and Memorial campuses. See online profile; visit website.

Anesthesiologist Galal Gargodhi, MD, earned his medical degree from Al-Arab Medical University, Benghazi, Libya. He completed his residency in anesthesiology and a fellowship in pain medicine at Steward Saint Elizabeth’s Medical Center, a Tufts University affiliate program. He is board certified in anesthesiology and pain medicine. Dr. Gargodhi specializes in anesthesiology and pain medicine on the University Campus and at the Spine Center on the Memorial Campus. See online profile; visit website.

Pictured, from left, are Drs. Hobart, Cleary, Holdorf and Gargodhi.



Q&A with Dr. LaFemina: Learn about Her Calling to Cancer Care

Dr. LaFemina (Worcester Business Journal photo)

Surgical oncologist Jennifer LaFemina, MD, was recently profiled in Central Mass Health, the quarterly health care magazine published by Worcester Business Journal. She said, “The breast cancer population is very special, I find. It’s generally a very educated population who is scared and anxious, yet proactive and I just find particular satisfaction in that group.” Read the article and learn what inspired Dr. LaFemina to become a physician and work with breast cancer patients, as well her current research work with Alliance Trial. Visit our Facebook page to share you feedback and read comments shared by her patients and colleagues.