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Concorde Medical Group to join Northwell Health

Northwell Health.

Concorde operates 11 practices in Manhattan


Concorde Medical Group, a multispecialty physician practice in Manhattan, has decided to join Northwell Health.

Over 75 staff members and 23 physicians across seven locations will join Northwell, with clinical expertise in internal medicine, arthritis and rheumatic diseases, cardiology, dermatology, gastroenterology and hepatology, gynecology and urogynecology, allergy, asthma and immunology, and podiatry.

The addition of Concorde will further expand Northwell’s presence in Manhattan, which already includes 86 outpatient facilities, as well as Lenox Hill Hospital, Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital and Lenox Health Greenwich Village.

“Concorde Medical Group is one of Manhattan’s most highly respected, private physician practices that has built a well-earned reputation for delivering exceptional care to thousands of patients” said Michael J. Dowling, Northwell’s president and chief executive officer.

“Their addition further expands Northwell’s provider network in Manhattan and provides Concorde’s patients with access to a range of other services we offer throughout the city,” he added.

Dr. Marchetta will continue to lead Concorde

Paula Marchetta, MD, MBA, a rheumatologist, will continue to serve as president of Concorde Medical Group and will assume the role of Northwell’s director of strategic initiatives in Manhattan and western Queens.  Dr. Marchetta also currently serves as the president of the American College of Rheumatology.

“We have decided to join Northwell Health to ensure our continued growth and ability to provide outstanding care to our patients” said Dr. Marchetta.  “It was important to our doctors at Concorde that we continue to function as a physician-run group, maintaining the autonomy and cohesiveness which has allowed us to offer very personalized, high-quality care to our patients.  Northwell shares these same values and provides us the unique opportunity to remain as Concorde while being a part of a much larger organization.”   

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