St. Francis Medical Center Transition to Capital Health

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Program Leadership

Marissa Stabile, DOMarissa Stabile, DO
Program Director

Dr. Stabile joined Capital Health in 2019 to lead the Family Medicine Residency Program. Before that, she served as the associate program director at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Family Medicine Residency in New Brunswick, NJ for three years and played an active role as residency and medical school faculty for three years prior, including a position as the assistant clerkship director for Family Medicine and medical director at Family Medicine at Monument Square in New Brunswick, NJ. She currently holds volunteer appointments as clinical assistant professor at Rutgers RWJMS and Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine.

Dr. Stabile can be found spending time with her husband and two children, enjoying local food and events, driving to and attending soccer/dance/swim/gymnastic classes, and exercising in her free time.

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Danielle CarciaDanielle Carcia, DO
Associate Program Director

Dr. Carcia joined Capital Health in 2017 as a primary care physician at the Columbus Office where she cared for patients of all ages in an outpatient primary care setting. Prior to Capital Health she trained and worked at Abington Memorial Hospital (Now Abington Jefferson Health). She has been teaching medical students throughout her time at Capital Health and became a volunteer faculty member for the Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine in 2019.

Dr. Carcia enjoys spending time outdoors and exploring the many river towns local to our area. In her free time, she can often be found spending time with her family, biking and trying out new restaurants.

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Cresandra E. Corbin, MDCresandra E. Corbin, MD
Core Faculty

Dr. Corbin graduated from Ross University School of Medicine. She completed her family medicine residency and reproductive health fellowship at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson in New Brunswick, NJ. While she practices comprehensive family medicine, her interests include family planning (involving LARC contraceptives and miscarriage/abortion care) and comprehensive gynecological procedures (including cervical cancer prevention, colposcopies and endometrial biopsies). Dr. Corbin will lead the reproductive health training program for the residents and medical students. Outside of medicine, she enjoys traveling and trying new cuisines. A sweet treat will always get her to smile.

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Hetal Patel, DOHetal Patel, DO
Core Faculty

Dr. Hetal Patel is board certified in family medicine and joined Capital Health in 2020 as a hospitalist providing general medical care for inpatients. Before joining Capital Health, she was a teaching attending and hospitalist at Bayonne Medical Center in Bayonne, New Jersey, providing instruction for medical students and residents there and also at Christ Hospital in Jersey City, New Jersey. Dr. Patel is also an assistant professor at Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine.

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Diana Bonaccorsi, DODiana Bonaccorsi, DO
Core Faculty

Dr. Bonaccorsi joined Capital Health in 2022 as Core Faculty for the Family Medicine Residency Program. Previously, she was Associate Program Director at AMITA Saint Joseph Hospital in Chicago. Her clinical interests include behavioral medicine, weight management, and surgical procedures. Dr. Bonaccorsi’s care philosophy is based on patient education and shared decision making. Dr. Bonaccorsi is a New Jersey native and graduated from Princeton University. She trained at the University of Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Bonaccorsi is enthusiastic about fashion, food, exercise, and having fun with her husband and twin daughters.

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