Jacqueline Filion, D.O.
Dr. Filion is a board certified family physician. She received her medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her residency at Memorial Hospital of Burlington County, where she served as chief resident. Dr. Filion has been a part of Montville PrimaryCare since 1996.
Rahman Subrati, M.D.
Dr. Subrati is a board certified family physician. He joined Montville Family practice in 2012. He received his medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine and completed his residency at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Somerset, NJ where he served as chief resident.
Joseph Gargano, D.O.
Dr. Gargano is a board certified family physician. Dr. Gargano completed a family practice residency at Union Memorial Hospital. He received his medical degree from Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine. For 19 years, Dr. Gargano ran a large practice in Lake Hiawatha. Dr. Gargano moved his practice to Montville Family Practice in 2005.
Luiningning Gatchalian, M.D.
Dr. Gatchalian is a board certified family physician. She has worked part-time with Montville Family Practice for over 20 years. She received her medical degree from De La Salle University College of Medicine. She also works in the occupational medicine department at Hackensack University Medical Center. Dr. Gatchalian sees patients on Saturdays.
Susan Kelly, APN-C
Alexander Welch, APN-C
Sports Medicine: Dean Filion, D.O. 201-964-0200
Dr. Filion is a board certified fellowship trained physician specializing in sports medicine. Dr. Filion received his medical degree from Philadelphia School of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency at Boston University where he served as chief resident. He is a member of the medical staff of the New York Giants and serves as team physician for several local high schools. Dr. Filion’s primary office is in Rutherford, and also sees patients in our Montville office on Fridays.
Cardiology: Mehmood Ahmad, FACC, FACP, MD.
Mehmood R. Ahmad MD, FACC, FACP is Board-Certified in Cardiovascular Disease by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Dr. Ahmad is a specialist in preventive, diagnostic and clinical cardiology. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.
Dr. Ahmad earned his Medical Degree at King Edward Medical University, the oldest medical school in Pakistan. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency and his Cardiology Fellowship at Rutgers University, New Jersey Medical School. During his tenure there, he was appointed Chief Resident Physician.
During his distinguished career, Dr. Ahmad has served as a member of the Saint Clare’s Hospital Board of Trustees. He has also held the position of Chief of Cardiology, Chairman of the Critical Care Committee, and Chairman of the Department of Medicine.
Dr. Ahmad was instrumental in establishing the cardiac rehabilitation program. His leadership in establishing echocardiography and cardiac rhythm monitoring systems has been recognized by such publications as the Star Ledger. He is the co-author of a landmark study on the effect of diabetes mellitus on heart muscle. Dr. Ahmad has also taught at the Rutgers University, New Jersey Medical School as a clinical Assistant Professor.
Dr. Ahmad has been selected as one of America’s Top Cardiologists, one of New Jersey’s Top Docs and one of the Leading Physicians of the World. Dr. Ahmad was also recognized by Marquis’s Who’s Who which published his biography in their publications Who’s Who in the East (America) and Who’s Who in the World.
Gastroenterology: John Morton, M.D. 973-455-0404
After receiving an undergraduate degree from the State University of NY at Binghamton, Dr. Morton obtained his MD from the State University of NY Health Science Center at Syracuse. He completed both his residency in Internal Medicine and a Gastroenterology Fellowship at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
Dr. Morton is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and has been recognized in New Jersey Monthly’s Top Doctors. Dr. Morton sees patients in our Montville office every Tuesday.
Stephanie Belmar, MS RD and Jennifer Llewellyn, RD
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