New doctors have joined St. Joseph’s Family Medicine, one in Cicero and the other in Radisson. They joins a diverse team of highly qualified family physicians at St. Joseph’s Health, providing comprehensive health care to the community.
• Physician Alison Stringham Nemeti joined the practice in Cicero.
Nemeti earned her Doctor of Medicine degree from the SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse and Bachelor of Science in biology from Elmira College in Elmira. She completed her medical training with a residency in family medicine at St. Joseph’s Health Family Medicine in Syracuse.
A board-certified physician by the American Board of Family Medicine, Stringham Nemeti is an active member of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
• Physician Maryanne Arienmughare joined the practice at Radisson Health Center in Baldwinsville.
Arienmughare is a board-certified physician with expertise in family medicine and obstetrics. She earned her Doctor of Medicine from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia and received her bachelor’s degree in biology from Lincoln University in Oxford, Pennsylvania. Her residency was at Fairview Hospital in Cleveland and she completed her medical training with a fellowship focusing on obstetrics at the University of Alabama, where she also earned C-section privileges.
Prior to joining St. Joseph’s Health, Arienmughare was an obstetrician and a general physician in family medicine at Atascosa Health Center in Pleasanton, Texas.
Arienmughare is a certified member of the American Academy of Family Physicians since 2006. She holds certificates in advanced cardiac life support (ACLS), basic life support (BLS), neonatal resuscitation program (NRP) and advanced life support obstetrics (ALSO).
Arienmughare is fluent in English and French.