Kathy Williams

Kathy has been a board member at Oak Orchard Health since 2011 and a patient of OOH since 2002. Being a cancer survivor Kathy feels she is an excellent advocate for patients. She understands the issues and concerns surrounding health care and the ramifications it has on the people Oak Orchard serves.

Kathy grew up in Holley, NY and lived in Orleans County for most of her life. Prior to her cancer diagnosis she owned and operated the first woman owned commercial cleaning company in Rochester, NY. After selling that business and moving to Florida, she served as the vice president of a major cleaning company there. She returned to the Holley area after her diagnosis to be close to family and friends.

While volunteering for the American Cancer Society she decided to pursue a career in Human Services and received her degree in 2011. During her time at American Cancer Society she served on organizing committees for Relay For Life and advocated in Washington DC to make cancer a national priority. She has been a motivational speaker at numerous American Cancer Society fundraisers and events. She is currently a Legislative Ambassador for the Cancer Action Network, advocating for continued funding for cancer research and other important health care issues.

David Jewell, PhD

After a sixteen year career in mental health in the states of Illinois and New Mexico, Dave Jewell received his PhD in 1979 from Southern Illinois University in Education Administration with an emphasis in Recreation and Rehabilitation.  That same year he joined the faculty at SUNY Brockport, where he taught for 26 years.  After retiring from teaching he joined the staff of SUNY Brockport’s Office of International Education for four years on a part-time basis.  Jewell is the author of two books and numerous articles addressing the issue of child abuse and neglect.  He has authored three additional books and many other articles on various topics in his academic area.  Throughout his career Jewell was active in both community and professional service, serving on numerous boards.  In 2005 he was the recipient of the Sweden-Clarkson Community Service Award.  He joined the OOH Board of Directors in May, 2006 and has served as the Board Vice-chair since 2011.  He is currently the chair of the OOH Human Resources Committee.   He and his wife of 50 years, Patty, have three grown children and four granddaughters.

Lorienda Smith

Lorienda Smith retired from the Orleans County Department of Social Services.  She currently works at the HLSJ Driving School in Albion, New York.  She is a graduate of Roberts Wesleyan College and Cornell  University.  She has served on several boards in the Orleans and Genesee County and has  served on the Oak Orchard Board for the past 6 years. Lorienda lives in the Town of Gaines, New York with her husband, Henry.

Rania Karam-Bayoumi, MD

Rania Karam-Bayoumi, MD

Rania Karam-Bayoumi, MD

Certifications        

American Board of Family Medicine   

Education             

MD - Ain Shams University, Egypt

Resident of the Year
1998, 1990, 2000

Dr. Bayoumi’s experience in family medicine includes teaching and supervising Internal Medicine interns and residents at Ain Shams University Hospitals as well as serving on staff at United Memorial Medical Center, Wyoming County Community Hospital and in the Catholic Health System. A local resident for over 14 years, Dr. Bayoumi looks forward to making a difference in the health of our community.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Bayoumi, please call, our Warsaw office (585) 228-1195.

Teresa J. Chang, MD

Certifications

American Board of Family Practice

Diplomat, American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine

Education

MD - Albany Medical College, Albany, NY

BA - Biology, Summa Cum Laude, Siena College, Loudonville, NY

Training and Residency

Family Practice Residency Program, Albany Medical College, Albany, NY

Mind-Body Medicine Program, Whole Health Medicine Institute, Sausalito, CA

 

A board certified family practice physician, Dr. Chang provides comprehensive care that focuses on treating the whole person. She is a mission driven physician who is also a diplomat of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine.  Dr. Chang speaks English, Spanish, and Mandarin, and has participated in numerous volunteer trips to Central America, Africa, and Mexico to help people in need of medical care.  Dr. Chang’s experience and skills strongly complement our Family Medicine staff and comprehensive approach to total patient care.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Chang, please call our Albion practice at (585) 589-5613.

Elaine Burritt, RNP, RPA

Elaine Burritt, RNP, RPA

Elaine Burritt, RNP, RPA

Professional Affiliations

National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants

Nurse Practitioner Association of New York State

Certifications

Controlled Substance Registration

Nurse Practitioner in Adult Health

BLS

Physician Assistant NCCPA Board Certification

Infection Control and Barrier Precautions

Education

Registered Nurse, Corning Community College

Physician Assistant, King's College, Willkes-Barre, PA

Nurse Practitioner, Syracuse Community College

 

 

Elaine's career in healthcare is as impressive as her knowledge, experience, and philosophyto medicine. Dual boarded as Nurse Practitioner and Physician's Assistant, Elaine has over 30 years of clinical experience in adult internal medicine.

 Elaine takes a special interest in impacting her patients' health by not just providing excellent clinical care, but acting as her patients' advocate, educator and a dedicated proponent of preventive medicine. She credits strong rapport with patients' and their families as a key element to effective health care.

To schedule an appointment with Elaine Burritt, please call (607) 590-2424.

Alexander Corbett, MD

Professional Affiliations

American Academy of Family Physicians

Certifications

American Board of Family Medicine   

Training and Residency

Highland Family Medicine, University of Rochester / Highland Hospital, Rochester, NY

Education

MD – Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA

BS – Biochemistry, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

 

For Dr. Alexander Corbett, family medicine offers the ideal opportunity to practice medicine and treat people. He enjoys seeing a wide age group of patients, from infant to elderly, as well as attending to a broad spectrum of cases. A native of rural Southern Georgia, Dr. Corbett understands the challenge for resources and access that rural medicine can pose. He also appreciates its opportunities such as treating the whole patient - and often generations of patients from the same family.

Dr. Corbett's clinical interests include chronic disease management, dermatology, and acute illness.

Dr. Corbett is accepting new patients in our Albion office location.