MARTIN KERZER, D.O.
Martin J. Kerzer, DO (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine) has been a family physician in RI since 1980. Dr. Kerzer graduated from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1977 and completed his Family Medicine Residency at Union Memorial Hospital in New Jersey in 1980. He is Board Certified in Family Medicine.
Dr. Kerzer is a member of the Rhode Island Medical Society, Rhode Island Academy of Family Physicians, Rhode Island Society of Osteopathic Physicians, American Osteopathic Association and the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians.
Dr. Kerzer is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at Brown Medical School and he received the Dean's Teaching Excellence Award in 2013 and 2005-2006. He is also a Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Kerzer serves as one of the Medical Directors of Rhode Island Primary Care Physicians Corporation (RIPCPC). He is also a Tar Wars Presenter, speaking to children about the dangers of smoking. Dr. Kerzer is a leader in promoting and implementing electronic medical records in RI and he was awarded Physician of the Year in 2009 from Rhode Island Primary Care Physicians Corporation.
GREGORY J. STEINMETZ, M.D.
Gregory J. Steinmetz, MD (Medical Doctor) has been a Board Certified Medical Doctor specializing in family medicine since 2001. Dr. Steinmetz graduated from Brown University’s Family Medicine Residency in 2001, New Jersey Medical School in 1998, and Lehigh University in 1994 ( Bachelor’s Degree in chemical engineering). Dr. Steinmetz is a member of the Rhode Island Primary Care Physicians Corporation (RIPCPC), American Academy of Family Physicians, American Medical Association and The Rhode Island Medical Society.
Doctor Steinmetz serves on the Healthcare Information Committee for Rhode Island Primary Care, reviewing the latest medical studies and keeping fellow doctors informed through monthly email newsletters. Dr. Steinmetz was voted as Physician of the Year 2014 by Rhode Island Primary Care Physician's Corporation.
Doctor Steinmetz is an assistant clinical professor for Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School, hosting medical students in the office for training and mentoring. Doctor Steinmetz volunteers for The Rhode Island Free Clinic, caring for indigent patients.