Harrington Physician Services Welcomes Endocrinologist Rene Umanzor, M.D.
SOUTHBRIDGE, MA, April 26, 2018 – Rene Umanzor, M.D., will join Harrington Physician Services Endocrinology practice and begin seeing patients in Brimfield starting in May.
Patients interested in scheduling an appointment can call (508) 347-7585. The HPS Brimfield office is located at 255 E. Old Sturbridge Road.
Dr. Umanzor is board certified in endocrinology and internal medicine and is bilingual in English and Spanish. He will see patients for a variety of diabetic and endocrine disorders, including obesity management, adrenal disorders, metabolic disease, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and thyroid disease.
The Harrington Endocrinology Department also includes Dr. David Erani, who practices on Main Street in Sturbridge.
He most recently practiced at Baystate Wing Hospital in Palmer and has more than 20 years of experience, as well as familiarity with the south central Massachusetts community. He has spent most of his medical career in the Commonwealth, having also practiced in Springfield, Attleboro and South Weymouth since 2000.
He has helped develop endocrine and diabetes clinics at several other Massachusetts hospitals and plans to continue developing a comprehensive outpatient program for Harrington patients and their families.
Dr. Umanzor received his medical degree from Autonomous School of Medical Sciences of Central America in San Jose, Costa Rica. He completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester and his Endocrinology fellowship at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital.
He served as President of the Medical Staff at Wing Memorial, as well as a member of the hospital’s Tissue and Therapeutic and Diabetes committees. He also created a bariatric clinic at Wing Memorial, which is affiliated with the UMass Bariatric Program.
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