Nuvance Health Medical Practice named Dr. Allison Ostroff as medical director for the Brookfield primary care and pediatrics practice, as well as the health system’s Healthy Aging Program in Connecticut.
The fellowship-trained and double board-certified physician also provides primary care to adults, age 18 and older, with a special focus on older adults.
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“Geriatrics is by far the most special field of medicine,” she said. “Living well at the end of one’s life means doing it with quality and I seek to provide this as well as comfort and understanding.”
Dr. Ostroff is from Stamford Hospital, where she started and directed a geriatrics division, as well as established screenings, interventions and protocols related to hospital-based care for seniors.
Since 2014, the Massachusetts native had practiced as an internist and geriatrician at Stamford Health Medical Group. In 2010, Ostroff completed a geriatrics fellowship at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. Three years prior, she finished her internal medicine residency at Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, Conn. Her Doctor of Medicine degree is from New York City’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
The mother of 8-year-old twins cherishes her family time, from hiking and swimming to impromptu dance parties and art projects.
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