Dr. Finkelstein has teaching responsibilities in bioethics, oncology, geriatric medicine
and primary patient care. He is also course preceptor for the 4th-year urban health
care rotation. An active practitioner and lecturer, Dr. Finkelstein has made several
presentations to senior citizens' groups on reducing the risk of heart disease, heart
attack warning signs, and stroke prevention.
Dr. Finkelstein's varied interests as a family practitioner include geriatric medicine, well-child and adolescent development, and diabetic monitoring and management.
Dr. Finkelstein received his D.O. from PCOM in 1987 and completed his internship and residency within PCOM's network at the St. Agnes Medical Center, focusing on general practice.
Dr. Finkelstein has published an article entitled "Evaluation and Management of Hyperlipidemia: The Importance of Patient Compliance" in the Journal of Osteopathic Medicine.
American Heart Association Speakers Bureau
American College of General Practitioners