Joseph Corigliano, D.O.
Chair, Primary Care Department
Family Medicine, Primary Care
Why did you decide to go into medicine?
When I went to college, my interest in physical fitness led me to physical therapy. I pursued that course of study and enjoyed it very much, however, I did feel limited. I knew that I needed to do something else to feel fulfilled. That's when I started looking into medicine and the rest is history. I enjoy taking care of people and helping them with their health related needs.
To me, treating people well means:
Being careful and thoughtful and treating people with dignity and respect.
If i was not a medical professional I would be:
A carpenter, without question. Wood loves sandpaper and it's a very forgiving material.
Member of BMG Since:
DO from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
Member of the Buffalo Medical Group Electronic Medical Record and Pension committees
Family Medicine Residency at Sisters of Charity Hospital in Buffalo
Member of the American Osteopathic Association, American College of Osteopathic Family Practice and American Academy of Osteopathy
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