Crouse Medical Practice, affiliated with Crouse Health, recently announced the hiring of three professionals.
• Physician Charles Miller has joined the cardiology team. An honors graduate of St. George’s University School of Medicine, Miller also graduated with honors from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, where he majored in life sciences. He served as resident and chief resident at Stony Brook University Hospital in Stony Brook, and completed two fellowships at Tufts Medical Center in Boston: one in clinical cardiac electrophysiology and another in general cardiology.
Miller’s board certifications include those in internal medicine and cardiology from the American Board of Internal Medicine, as well as from the Royal College of Physicians of Canada, of which he is a fellow. He also holds board certification from the Board of Nuclear Cardiology and the National Board of Echocardiography.
• Physician Tristan Petrie also joined the practice’s cardiology team. A graduate of Hartwick College with a degree in biology, Petrie earned his medical degree from SUNY Upstate Medical University, where he served as resident and chief resident in internal medicine. He completed a fellowship in cardiology at Albany Medical Center, and served as a cardiology lecturer there in the physician assistant program. Petrie is board-certified in internal medicine and nuclear cardiology, as well as board eligible in echocardiography and cardiology.
Prior to his fellowship in Albany, Petrie was a member of the hospitalist program at Crouse Hospital and the Syracuse Veterans Administration Hospital. His clinical interests are in heart failure, pulmonary hypertension and pericardial diseases.
• Nurse practitioner Emily Weston joined the practice’s pulmonary team, downtown location. Weston earned an a master’s of degree in nursing/family nurse practitioner from SUNY Polytechnic Institute; a bachelor’s degree in nursing from SUNY Upstate Medical University; and her associate degree from Crouse Hospital’s Pomeroy College of Nursing.