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Published on October 07, 2016

Family Medicine Physician Joins Tri-County Medical Associates

Chantal Dewey, MD, Family Medicine PhysicianPhilip J. Ciaramicoli, Jr., President of Tri-County Medical Associates, welcomes Chantal Dewey, MD to the staff. Dr. Dewey is board certified in Family Medicine and is currently accepting patients of all ages. She joins Tri-County Medical’s Blackstone Valley Family Physician office where she practices alongside Reynold Dahl, MD; Carrie DiRamio, MD; Jennifer Gartman, MD; Erika Pommett, DO; Elizabeth Siraco, MD and Melissa Oikle, PA.

Dr. Dewey received her Doctor of Medicine from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, MA and completed her residency at the University of Massachusetts in Worcester, MA.  In addition to her work with Tri-County Medical, Dr. Dewey is actively involved with Partners In Health where she organizes fundraising events and lectures on global health issues.

Tri-County Medical’s Blackstone Valley Family Physicians is located at Milford Regional in the Blackstone Valley, 100 Commerce Drive, Northbridge, MA. Please call their office at 508-234-6311 to schedule an appointment.


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