Board Certified in Family and Geriatric Medicine

Dr. Gross is chief of family practice at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center and an assistant clinical professor at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

Board certified in family medicine and geriatric medicine, he specializes in comprehensive healthcare for older adults, with particular interest in dementia and myasthenia gravis.

Dr. Gross received his MD from Boston University School of Medicine. He did his internship at Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, in Chicago, a residency in psychiatry at New York Medical College, and a residency in family practice at SUNY at Stony Brook. His work has been published in several peer-reviewed publications.

He is a member of the American Geriatric Society, Bergen County Medical Society, New Jersey Medical Society, and American Academy of Family Practice.

He enjoys relaxing to music and playing the piano.


Internal Medicine

Dr. Sheng Ye is fluent in Mandarin. She has a special interest in women’s issues and weight loss. She loves to play tennis and loves classical music.


Board Certified in Internal Medicine

Eddie Kasing Ho, MD, has been a board certified physician in Internal Medicine since 1998. He received his undergraduate education in Clinical Laboratory Science at SUNY Stony Brook and worked at Sloan Kettering Memorial Cancer Center in Manhattan for three years before he pursued his career in Medicine. He earned his medical degree from SUNY Downstate Medical Center in 1995 and completed his Primary Care Internal Medicine residency training at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx in 1998. Dr. Ho served as an attending physician at Beth Abraham Health Service PACE model program for three years after he finished his training. It was during that period where he developed a strong foundation in working with multidisciplinary teams: taking care of the frail elderly and the disabled in the community.

Dr. Ho is also a firm believer of holistic approach in health. He believes that in order to take good of care our physical health, our emotional and spiritual health must be in order.

He joined the current practice in 2001 and has since become a partner. He is a certified Medical Director in Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine and is currently the Medical Director at Bergen County Health Care in Rockleigh, NJ.

He believes in living a simple life and be content with what we have. A cup of good coffee and a good book in hand are what he enjoys.

He also likes tropical fish, nature and cycling.

Board Certified in Family Practice

Dr. Alicia Skarimbas has a special interest in women’s issues & geriatrics. She is now part of the Clinical Faculty at Georgetown University School of Medicine.


Internal Medicine

Dr. Michael Loewinger enjoys talking to patients about healthy life style and preventive medicine.
Board Cartified in Internal Medicine

Dr. Alexey Volokhov has a special interest in pulmonary and cardio- vascular diseases. He plays tennis and enjoys hiking. He is multi-lingual. He speaks Russian, Ukranian, Polish and Serbian languages.
Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology

Dr. Steven Frier is board certified in internal medicine and nephrology and is an assistant clinical professor of medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

After receiving an MD from New York Medical College, he trained at Montefiore Hospital & Medical Center and served in the US Air Force. He received a Master of Public Health (MPH) from Columbia University in 2003 and was selected valedictorian by his classmates.

Dr. Frier served as President of the Medical Staff and Chief of Nephrology at Englewood Hospital & Medical Center and is a Past President of the Bergen County Medical Society.

Dr. Frier is devoted to the science, art, and practice of medicine. Additionally, he takes pleasure in history and philosophy. Carl Sagan, Daniel Boorstin, and Thomas Kuhn are among his heroes. In 2009, the Medical Society of New Jersey passed his resolution that calls for the nationwide abolition of capital punishment. The Society is currently considering his resolution to declare healthcare a right.

Dr. Frier loves flying airplanes. As an instrument-rated pilot, he has flown over two thousand hours in his Cessna Skyhawk.

The center and strong force of his life is family: His wife, Natalie, who is a professional sculptor; their two children, four grandchildren, and five granddogs.
Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Dr. Jerald R. Zimmerman is Chief of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Englewood Hospital. He has been listed as a Best Doctor in the New York Magazine. He specializes in musculo-skeletal disorders, pain management, and post polio syndrome. Dr. Zimmerman likes to read and listen to classical music.
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