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Faculty and Staff

Marissa Stabile, DOMarissa Stabile, DO
Medical Director

Dr. Stabile serves as Capital Health’s medical director of Undergraduate Medical Education and is the founding program director of Capital Health Family Medicine Residency Program. She currently holds an appointment as a clinical assistant professor at Virtua-Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine. She has previously served as Associate Program Director and Assistant Professor at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Family Medicine Residency, New Brunswick, NJ where she was involved in office leadership, curriculum development, mentorship, small group facilitation and medical school rotations.

Dr. Stabile obtained her Doctor of Osteopathy from Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, completed residency and served as chief resident at UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

In her free time, Dr. Stabile can be found spending time with her husband and two children, enjoying local food and events, driving to and attending many children extracurricular activities, and exercising in her basement.

Emmalee MorrisonEmmalee Morrison
Student Coordinator

Emmalee Morrison is originally from New England. She likes the short winters and early springs in New Jersey. During the summer and fall, Emmalee enjoys visiting Cape May, New Jersey, growing beautiful flowers, and traveling to the west coast with her family and friends.

Core Rotation Faculty

Lara Samson, MDLara Samson, MD
Emergency Medicine

Dr. Samson is the medical director of the Chest Pain Center at Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell and an emergency medicine physician at Capital Health. She provides care for patients in the Emergency Department and the Pediatric Emergency Department at Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell and the Emergency Department at Capital Health Regional Medical Center.

Dr. Samson received her medical degree at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she also received her Master of Medical Science degree. She completed her emergency medicine residency at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, New Jersey. Dr. Samson is board certified and a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP). She is also a member of the American Association of Emergency Medicine and the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.

Cresandra E. Corbin, MDCresandra Corbin, MD
Family Medicine

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. Outside of medicine, she enjoys traveling and trying new cuisines. A sweet treat will always get her to smile.

Dr. GoldsmithDaniel Goldsmith, MD
Internal Medicine

Dr. Goldsmith graduated from Cornell University Medical College and trained in Internal Medicine at Boston University. After his training, he joined Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, a community-based Internal Medicine practice where he served as a firm leader for the resident practice for three years prior to joining Capital Health in 2001.

Dr. Goldsmith mentors Internal Medicine residents in submitting abstracts and other scholarly activities, resulting in numerous acceptances for presentations at National and Regional Conferences every year. He has a special interest in teaching bedside physical diagnosis. Dr. Goldsmith also has an academic appointment as Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine from Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He is the Chair of the Institutional Review Board and Chair of the Continuing Medical Education Committee at Capital Health.

Dr. Goldsmith is very likely to ask you about the music you listen to, the restaurants you frequent, and what else you like to do outside of work.

Gwen Grant, DOGwendolyn Grant, DO
Obstetrics and Gynecology

After obtaining her bachelor’s degree in neuroscience at the College of William and Mary, Dr. Grant graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey. She then moved on to complete her obstetrics and gynecology residency at Christiana Care Hospital in Newark, DE.

Having three sisters, women’s health has always been important to Dr. Grant. In specializing in OB/GYN, she feels she is able to optimize the wellness and health of the people who matter most to her. Dr. Grant enjoys building relationships with her patients and supporting them when they need care. She also loves helping families bring new life into the world.

Dr. Grant grew up in Ocean City, NJ and currently resides in Yardley, PA. When she is not working, Dr. Grant likes to train and compete in triathlons. She enjoys a great day at the beach and cheering on Ohio State football and all Philadelphia teams.

Gary Brown, DO

Dr. Michael KellyMichael E. Kelly, DO

Dr. Michael E. Kelly is a fellowship trained critical care surgeon with extensive experience in general surgery and trauma surgery. Prior to joining Capital Health, Dr. Kelly was a surgical critical care fellow at Cooper University Medical Center in Camden, NJ where he received training in both trauma surgery and critical care.

He received his medical degree from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Old Westbury, NY. He completed his internship and residency at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, serving as chief resident during his final year of training. Dr. Kelly has been actively involved in research projects throughout his training and has served as co-investigator on several clinical research studies, including “National Study on the Cost and Outcomes of Trauma Care (NSCOT)” coordinated by the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. He was also published in the American Medical Association’s Arts & Humanity in Medicine publication The Healer’s Voice for his dramatic monologue “The Parent.” Most recently, Dr. Kelly gave a case presentation at the Philadelphia Annual Day of Trauma for Medical Professionals, sponsored by Drexel School of Medicine.

In 2006, Dr. Kelly joined the United States Army Reserve Medical Corps and has since achieved the rank of Major.