Dr. Norvin Perez, MD
Board Certified in Emergency Medicine
Dr. Perez's schedule for 2019:
4/11 - 4/17 , 4/22 - 4/23 , 5/9 - 5/15 , 5/20 - 5/21 , 6/6 - 6/12 , 6/17 - 6/18 , 7/4 - 7/16 , 8/1 - 8/13 , 8/29 - 9/5 , 9/9 - 9/10 , 9/26 - 10/2 , 10/7 - 10/8 , 10/24 - 10/30 , 11/4 - 11/5 , 11/21 - 12/3
Dr. Perez completed his studies at Tulane University and Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and then went on to complete a Wound Healing Research Fellowship at the Brigham & Women's Hospital at Harvard University. Dr. Perez trained in Emergency Medicine at the Albert Einstein Program at Long Island Jewish Hospital, and attended the internationally renowned Gorgas Course in Tropical & Travel medicine in Lima, Peru during his residency. Dr. Perez was named an Associate Professor at Columbia University while on staff at Harlem Hospital. His next position, as an Emergency Room Director at the West Hudson Hospital in Kearney, NJ, brought him to the second largest hospital system in the U.S., called Saint Barnabas Medical Health System. Dr. Perez served on the hospital leadership team, in addition to system wide corporate meetings. During his directorship, he supervised the volunteer ambulance system and developed an occupational medicine department. Soon after he left his directorship, Dr. Perez moved to Juneau, Alaska to practice at Juneau Urgent and Family Care.
Dr. Perez developed a hybrid health care model in which both urgent care and primary care can successfully co-exist under one practice, to provide quality care for both types of patients. One of Dr. Perez's proudest achievements has been community outreach, which has been a passion of his since his college days, and has spanned his entire career, from giving lectures to leading community organizations.
Jacob Trudeau, PA-C
Jacob's schedule for 2019:
4/2 - 4/10 , 4/18 - 4/21 , 4/24 - 5/8 , 5/16 - 5/19 , 5/22 - 6/5 , 6/13 - 6/16 , 6/19 - 7/3 , 7/17 - 7/31 , 8/14 - 8/28 , 9/6 - 9/8 , 9/11 - 9/25 , 10/9 - 10/23 , 11/6 - 11/20 , 12/4 - 12/31
Physician Assistant, Mr. Jacob Trudeau, grew up in rural southwestern Pennsylvania. He attended the University of Pittsburgh where he obtained a Bachelor's degree in Rehabilitation Science and a Master's degree in Physician Assistant studies. His clinical rotations were spent at several large and small hospitals and clinics associated with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC). His clinical interests mostly lie in Emergency Medicine, in Urgent Care Medicine, Family Medicine, and Rehabilitation. Hobbies he enjoys are running, traveling and hiking.