Andrew B. Covit, MD SUNY-Downstate Medical Center (Magna Cum Laude). Board-certified in Nephrology and Internal Medicine; Certified Clinical Hypertension Specialist, established Nephrology-Hypertension Associates of Central Jersey, PA. in 1985 after leaving the full-time faculty at the Cardiovascular-Hypertension Center at Cornell University Medical Center in New York City. Prior to that he completed his Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine and Nephrology fellowship training at New York Hospital-Cornell University Medical Center. He is presently a Clinical Professor of Medicine at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Division of Nephrology & Hypertension. He serves as the Medical Director for two dialysis centers, DCI-Freehold, DCI-Somerset, after having set up and designed the DCI-Monroe dialysis unit. He has also served as Medical Staff President at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital 1999-2009, chairing the Credentials Committe and spear-heading many quality care and clinical documentation initiatives at that institution and continues to serve on the Medical Executive Committee. Dr. Covit is a regular member of the "best doctors" lists for New Jersey, the New York Metropolitan area, and nationally.
He is also the co-developer of the EMscribe clinical data abstraction and revenue cycle software platform that uses Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing technology to improve hospital efficiencies and clinical data management for quality initiatives, a technology that is being used in over 100 hospitals across the country.
Glenn A. Dubov, MD University of Health Science, Chicago Medical School. Board Certified in Nephrology and Internal Medicine. Joined the practice in 1988 after completing his Internal Medicine Internship and Residency at Long Island Jewish Hospital and Nephrology Fellowship training at Mt. Sinai Medical Center. Dr. Dubov is the Associate Medical Director for Home Dialysis at DCI/ North Brunswick and serves on the Quality Improvement Committee at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
Thomas E. Drabik, DO, RPh, FACOI- New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is Board Certified in Nephrology and Internal Medicine and retains his pharmacy licensure in New York and Pennsylvania. Prior to joining the practice in 1999, he graduated from Brooklyn College of of Phamacy in 1982. He practiced pharmacy for more than 8 years before returning to medical school. Dr. Drabik completed his Internship and Residency within the Union Hospital/ Saint Barnabas Medical Center System and his Nephrology Fellowship at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital where he was elected as a National Kidney Foundation Fellow. Dr. Drabik presently serves as a member of the Nephrology Division Performance Improvement Committee of Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. He also serves as a key member of the Critical Care Committee of CentraState Medical Center and has instituted life-sustaining Renal Replacement Therapy/Dialysis procedures for critically ill patients in the Intensive Care setting. He has also achieved the distinction of Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Internists in 2005. He was elected and has served as Chair of the Nephrology Subsection of the ACOI. Dr. Drabik is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and continues to contribute to research and ongoing medical education of students, residents and fellows