Dr. Marc Allen
Dr. Allen has been a dedicated long Islander his entire life. He grew up in Commack, on the North Shore of Long Island. He subsequently attended Stony Brook University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Dual Major in Psychology and Biochemistry. In his pre-Med years at Stony Brook he spent much of his time involved with AIDS and HIV research.
Dr. Allen began his Medical education at the New York College of Osteopathic Medical School which is known especially for it focus on Primary Care and Preventative Medicine. He flourished in his education, scoring a 99th percentile on all three parts of his Medical School Board Exams. He achieved Deans List Recognition in nearly all of his coursework. He was also one of the founding members of the Phi Alpha Sigma National Honor Society.
After landing his first choice in the National Medical Residency Match Program, he soon entered North Shore University Hospital’s renowned and revered Primary Care Track Internal Medicine Residency Program. This is a very competitive program for selected Physicians that decide early on that their goal is Primary Care and Disease Prevention. Candidates must demonstrate their academic ability to absorb the vast amount of ever growing multi- specialty knowledge. Dr. Allen quickly stood out amongst his peers for his intellectual abilities and teaching skills. He was subsequently nominated for North Shore University Hospitals’ highest recognition of academic achievement and was given the title “Best Teaching Resident”.
After completing his Residency training in 2002, he sat for the American Board of Internal Medicine Exams. Again, he scored the highest possible score possible landing him in the top 10 percent of Internists in the Country. Dr. Allen is currently an active member of the American Medical Association and the New York State Medical Society. He is now a Diplomate of the American Board Of Internal Medicine and is recognized for his participation in their Maintenance of Certification Program. He has never had a Malpractice Claim against him in his almost 20 years of training. He currently serves as an attending physician at both Huntington Hospital and St. Catherines Hospital in Smithtown.
Dr. Allen currently holds the title of Assistant Clinical Professor at both Hofstra North Shore-LIJ Medical school as well as the New York College of Osteopathic Medical School. He dedicates much of his time to Educating Medical Students in Primary Care and Disease Prevention. These Medical Students can often be seen with Doctor Allen side by side meeting and interacting with his Patients.
Dr. Allen currently resides in Fort Salonga with his two children. He enjoys playing the Piano and practicing the Martial Arts.
Jennifer Moldovan, PA
Jennifer Moldovan grew up in Brooklyn and attended the prestigious Bronx High School of Science. From there she went to Worcester Polytechnic Institute and earned her Bachelors degree in Biology. Finally she went to Hofstra University through the Physician Assistant program and graduated in 2007. She did a variety of internships in different specialties in hospitals and clinics throughout Long Island, and finally settled on Internal Medicine because it offered a wide variety of diseases to cure.
Jennifer currently lives in West Islip with her husband and daughter. In her free time she enjoys dancing and playing with her dogs.
Ashley Kump, NP
Ashley Kump ANP RN,BSN graduated from Molloy College in 2010 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. Upon becoming certified as a Registered Nurse, Ashley spent the next four and a half years working on a medicine/acute care floor at Stony Brook University Hospital.
Ashley went on to obtain her Masters Degree in Nursing, obtaining her Nurse Practitioner certification through State University of New York at Stonybrook. Ashley is currently an active member of the NP Association of Long Island.
Ashley enjoys spending her free time enjoying the outdoors, traveling, and spending quality time with her family and friends.
Mary O’Donnell, PA
Mary O’Donnell was working in biomedical research and decided to move to the next level. She became a certified nursing assistant and worked in a long term care facility. Through this experience, she became committed to becoming a Physician Assistant.
She graduated from Stony Brook University’s Physician Assistant program in 1990. Over the last 30 years, she has worked in a variety of settings but has found that Primary Care is essential to healthcare. She believes that relationships with her patients are essential to good care. Mary currently lives in Smithtown. In her free time, she enjoys hiking.