Class of 2024
Brian Chan, DO
Devon Merkle, DO
|Jeffrey Mu, MD
Dr. Mu grew up in Hockessin, Delaware and earned his undergraduate degree in biology from University of Delaware. He then earned his medical degree from Sidney Kimmel Medical College. He chose family medicine because he loves building relationships with patients as well as knowing "a little bit of everything". He is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
Alana Payne, DO
|Rebecca Porter, MD
Dr. Becky Porter grew up in the Philadelphia suburbs. She attended the University of Wisconsin, Madison as an undergraduate and studied finance and international business. Prior to medical school, she worked in finance and served in the Peace Corps in Namibia. She went to Temple University for medical school and chose family medicine for the variety and connection with patients. She is excited to be back in her hometown to treat patients, serve the community, and cheer on all of the Philadelphia sports teams!
|Sean Rogers, DO
Hailing from Bucks County, Dr. Rogers attained his undergraduate degree in biology at Penn State University and his medical degree (forfeiting the Mr. Rogers moniker) at the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Rogers is passionate about Family Medicine's holistic, unifying view of healthcare, as well as the lifelong relation Family Medicine doctors have with their patients. His specific interests include behavioral medicine, hospice and palliative care, and osteopathic manipulation. In his free time, he enjoys filmmaking, indie concerts, and writing.
Rachel Sternberg, DO
Class of 2025
|Sufyan Ahmad, DO
Dr. Ahmad grew up in Albany, NY and graduated as a first generation college student from SUNY Geneseo in 2017 with dual majors in Biology & Psychology. He then obtained his medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2022. He is interested in many aspects of family medicine including Sports Medicine, Women's Health, Diabetes Management, and Aesthetic Medicine. He enjoys trying new restaurants in Philadelphia, spending time with friends, watching documentaries, and playing with his cavapoo puppy, Ava! He is fluent in Urdu and speaks Spanish conversationally.
|Nicholas Delaney, DO
Dr. Delaney grew up in Norristown, Pennsylvania and completed his undergraduate studies at Temple University. He later earned his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Delaney chose the field of Family Medicine as it fulfills his passion of preventive medicine and establishing life-long relationships with patients. Outside medicine, he enjoys golfing and being a die-hard Philadelphia Sports fan.
|Oren Fishman, MD
Dr. Fishman grew up in New York City and earned his undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University. He went on to obtain a Masters in Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania before completing medical school at Drexel University College of Medicine. Dr. Fishman pursues Family Medicine because of its commitment to long term relationships with patients, and its breadth of specialization. His areas of interest include palliative medicine, preventative medicine, and LGBTQ care.
|Devin Shanker, DO
Dr. Shanker grew up in Queens, New York and graduated from St. John's University with a bachelor's degree in Biology along with a minor in Physics. He earned his medical degree from Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Shanker chose Family Medicine because of the ability to build long-term relationships with patients. His interests include full spectrum primary care along with point-of-care-ultrasound, urgent care, and community medicine.
|Somya Sharma, MD
Born and raised on the east coast, Dr. Somya Sharma always had a curiosity to learn about different cultures. After earning her bachelor's in Chemical Engineering at the University of Michigan, she decided to travel to 15 countries around the world, which opened her eyes to the health inequities that prevail, especially when it comes to women's health and mental health. She returned to New York to complete her medical training at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, where her interest in preventive and integrative health was cultivated. She hopes to be a holistic provider that makes her patients feel safe, empowered, and excited to take ownership over their health. Her work will not be over until everyone has access to quality healthcare for the mind, body, and soul.
|Dionne Siler, MD
Dr. Dionne Siler earned her bachelor degrees in Paper Science and Engineering as well as Chemical Engineering. She then went on to work for DuPont in an early career rotational program. During this time, she discovered that her true passion was medicine. She attended Temple University, where she earned her medical degree. She chose family medicine as her specialty because of her passion for preventative care and building life long relationships with her patients. Her interests outside of medicine include fashion, nutrition and fitness, playing her cello, and listening to classical music.
|Mary Yang, MD
Dr. Yang was born and raised in the suburbs of Washington, DC. She completed her undergraduate studies from American University and earned her medical degree at Manila Central University in the Philippines. Prior to joining Main Line Health, she worked in Public Health and was also the recipient of the Presidential Volunteer Service Award in 2021. Dr. Yang's desire to serve the community led her to Family Medicine. She is passionate about the role that Family Medicine plays in ensuring continuity of care for patients and advocates the importance of primary care. She is conversational in Tagalog/Filipino. In her spare time, Dr. Yang enjoys ocean adventures and spending time with her loved ones.
Class of 2026
|Holly Archinal, DO
Dr. Holly Archinal graduated from Bryn Mawr College where she majored in English. A competitive athlete, she spent her early career in sports television production before pursuing a childhood dream of medicine. After completing her post-bacc premedical studies at the University of Delaware, Dr. Archinal earned her medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Having completed her intern year in Miami, FL at HCA Kendall Hospital, Dr. Archinal is excited to return home to the Main Line for the remainder of residency. In addition to educating patients about preventive medicine, Dr. Archinal is passionate about holistic skincare and aesthetics.
|Jordan Carver, MD
Dr. Jordan Carver is originally from Doylestown, Pennsylvania. He attended Ursinus College in Collegeville, PA where he earned his undergraduate degree in biology. Jordan then attended the Robert Larner, MD College of Medicine at the University of Vermont, where he earned his medical degree. He has a passion for family medicine with a particular interest in preventative health and procedure-based work. In his free time, Jordan enjoys running, cooking, and reading. He is very excited to return to Pennsylvania to practice family medicine!
|Parth Gandhi, DO
Dr. Parth Gandhi grew up in Burlington, North Carolina and attended UNC Chapel Hill for undergrad, then completed his master’s degree in biomedical sciences at Bluefield College before attending Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, VA. He chose family medicine because of the ability to make long lasting relationships with patients and look forward to providing a holistic approach with his patients. In his off time, he enjoys brewing coffee, watching premier league soccer, playing sports and PC building.
|Naomi Mathews, DO
Dr. Mathews (she/her) grew up in many states across the US and India and is excited to now call Pennsylvania home. She completed her undergraduate education at the University of California, Davis, where she earned a B.S. in Biological Sciences. She then earned her medical degree at A.T. Still University of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona. Her areas of interest include palliative medicine, LGBT+ care, mental health, and women’s health. She aims to understand her patients as a whole and help them navigate their unique pathway to better health and well-being.
|Otensia McKenzie, DO
Dr. Otensia McKenzie grew up in Southern California where she obtained her undergraduate degree in Biology at UCLA. She later went on to earn her medical degree from A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Mesa, Arizona. Dr. McKenzie chose family medicine because of its emphasis on developing long-term relationships with patients of all ages, preventative medicine, and patient advocacy. She is interested in full-spectrum medicine, including caring for those of the BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities. In her spare time, Dr. McKenzie enjoys partaking in arts and crafts, being an Aunt to two of her beautiful nieces, and baking.
|Adekunle Oyesile, DO
Dr. Oyesile grew up in Queens, New York and earned his undergraduate degree in biology from Seton Hall University. He then earned his medical degree from Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine. He chose family medicine because he appreciates the power of establishing and maintaining wellness. Empowering the community by forging a strong patient-provider relationship. In his spare time, he enjoys playing the drums, basketball, and exercising.
|Jessica Yang, DO
Dr. Jessica Yang earned her undergraduate degree from Case Western Reserve University and her medical degree from Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine. In her free time, she enjoys reading and exploring new cafes. Dr. Yang is looking forward to creating lifelong relationships and practicing preventative medicine. She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.