Dr. is originally from New York where she graduated with her undergraduate degree from New York University. She then moved to Philadelphia, where she graduated with honors from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. After medical school she completed a rigorous 3 year surgical and medical residency training program at Bryn Mawr Hospital, where she was co-chief resident during her last year. After residency, in 2013, she joined The Foot and Ankle Center in Egg Harbor Township. She is Board Certified with the American Board of Podiatric Medicine (ABPM).
She has been on staff at Access Surgery Center since 2013. Dr. Rosenfeld is also affiliated with Shore Memorial Center and AtlantiCare Surgery Center. She is an attending physician for the Inspira Medical Center Podiatry Residency Program.
She is well versed in correction of deformities of the foot, including bunions, hammertoes, foot fractures, soft tissue lesions.
Dr. Rosenfeld is currently serving as the President of the New Jersey Podiatric Medical Society.
Dr. Rosenfeld brings a level of compassion to the treatment that she provides to each patient. She has a mixed approach to treating aliments of the foot and ankle. She believes that conservative as well as surgical treatment of foot and ankle problems makes treating patients rewarding.
Dr. Rosenfeld lives outside Philadelphia with her family. When she isn’t working, she enjoys fitness, relaxing and spending time with her extended family.
Dr Petroski Trained at Hahnemann University School Of Medicine in Philadelphia With Postgraduate Training in Internal Medicine (1966-1973) Followed by Liver Disease And Gastroenterology Education At Yale And Uconn (1973-1975).
For nearly three decades, Gary A. Rosman, M.D. has set the standard for quality care in gastroenterology at AGA and affiliated medical centers. In fact, his work on a quality committee for a regional medical center resulted in national recognition. And while quality is key for Dr. Rosman, his patients are his real inspiration. For more than two decades, he’s been helping them manage their painful symptoms, and where possible, eradicate them.
A native New Yorker, Dr. Kaufman earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Brooklyn College. He attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed his internship at Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, both in the Bronx. Dr. Kaufman earned a fellowship at the University of Miami School of Medicine and is board certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology. He is also certified in nutrition support.
As Medical Director of AGA’s Crohn’s and Colitis Treatment Center, Dr. Kaufman has organized the Dr. Stephen Matarazzo IBD Conference in the past that brought some of the top physicians on the east coast to present the latest information to medical professionals and the public.
As Medical Director of AGA’s Celiac Diagnostic Center he developed the Celiac/Gluten Free support group that meets each month.
Together with his colleagues at AGA, Dr. Kaufman was a co-investigator on over 100 clinical trials, assessing the effectiveness of emerging treatments for digestive and liver diseases.
The Northfield resident is a sought-after speaker who presents at major events throughout the country. In 2010 the Delaware Valley Crohn’s and the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America Philadelphia/Delaware Valley Chapter named Dr. Kaufman as Physician of the Year and Philadelphia Magazine named him a “Top Doc” in gastroenterology in southern New Jersey.
Active in the medical community, Dr. Kaufman served as Chief of Gastroenterology at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center for more than 30 years and is currently an attending physician there.