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Medical Director, Primary Care Provider

I graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine in 1991, then I served my residency at Allegheny General Hospital. I served as an ER Doctor in Delaware for 32 years before coming to Sayre Health.


Assistant Medical Director, Primary Care Physician

I am a hardworking, observant, and strategic individual who loves to think, create, and do. I graduated from the University of Houston with a dual degree in Biology and Health & Human Performance where I performed research to help further the UNDO* study. This was followed by an Advanced Health Sciences certificate from DUCOM. After the birth of my first daughter, I received my BSN from Thomas Jefferson University’s School of Nursing followed by a master of science in nursing. While working at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia as an RN I began to understand the importance of healthy families and children. This understanding is why I decided to choose Sayre. I believe that by helping families become mindful participants in the preservation and restoration of their physical and mental health and wellness we can change the trajectory of our community.

Fitness, nutrition, reading, research, and family are my favorite things to focus on during my free time. I enjoy muy thai, cycling, weightlifting, yoga, and Pilates. and love reading and researching anything that pertains to medicine, the natural sciences, Medieval and Tudor history, and nursing. I have three amazing children and a wonderful life partner

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Director of Behavioral Health

Kimberly T. Gray was born in Germantown but spent the majority of her upbringing in the Mt. Airy section of Philadelphia.  Kimberly has spent most of her professional career serving and advocating for the most vulnerable people in the greater Philadelphia area. In addition, Kimberly has served on the Boards of The Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania, The Columbia North YMCA, The Mental Health Association of Prince Georges’ County, Maryland and is currently on the boards of The Consortium, Boy Scouts of America and The Blue Elephant Project.  As a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. she served on the Arts and Letters Committee and as Co-Chair of the Physical and Mental Health Committee.


Behavioral Health Manager

Meghan Gilbert, MSW, LCSW was born and raised in West Philadelphia and  graduated from William L. Sayre High School in 2009. Meghan went on to earn her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and then earned her Master’s degree in Social Work in 2017. Meghan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker which allows her to offer Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on an individual basis to those in need.  Meghan is dedicated to helping others improve their emotional management and make healthy life choices. Meghan is a compassionate person and is eager to meet clients where they are to help guide them with making necessary changes for their mental health.

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