Introducing Dr. Siobhan Kealy, Integrative Wellness Practitioner, Women’s Health
Introducing Dr. Siobhan Kealy, the newest member of our medical team. She is coming on board as an Integrative Wellness Practitioner focusing on Women’s Health.
Dr. Kealy is a Board Certified Family Doctor with a focus on functional medicine and bioidentical hormones. She is joining our team after spending two years practicing at a top urgent care center in Westchester County. Prior to working in urgent care, Dr. Kealy worked at a Family Practice office in Yonkers, at an endocrinology clinic in Dublin, and at a Hematology clinic in Dublin. She is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, the Recruitment committee SJMC Residency, and the Institute of Functional Medicine.
Dr. Kealy is passionate about transforming lives through integrative lifestyle changes, and seeks to offset patients’ use of prescription drugs through an integrated and proactive wellness approach.
“I am very excited to join this renowned team of medical, health and wellness practitioners at NY Health & Wellness,” says Dr. Kealy. “I look forward to working alongside the other doctors there who strive to take control of their patients’ health. My vision has always been to work in an environment where I could transform lives through a lifestyle intervention, rather than simply prescribing medications and routine check-ups.”
Dr. Kealy spent her residency at St. Joseph’s Family Medicine Program, from which she received the Pediatric Care Award. She received her medical education from Trinity College in Ireland, and graduated with honors in OBGYN care. She completed her undergraduate degree at Binghamton University, from which she earned a BA in biology.
“I can’t imagine doing anything else in life than being a doctor,” said Dr. Kealy. “Helping a patient who is struggling with a weight problem, fighting depression, or needing to heal naturally — and being able to physically and mentally restore them back to where they want to be is an amazing and rewarding job.”