In addition to his active medical practice and teaching responsibilities, Dr. Momot has held various professional leadership positions including Assistant Medical Director of the URMC Center for Primary Care from 2006-2008 and Penfield Family Medicine Site Medical Director from 2005-2010. He is also a longstanding current member of the Primary Care Senior Leadership Group, Chairman of the Quality Collaborative and active member of the Physician Compensation Committee.
Areas of professional interest include chronic disease management such as diabetes and asthma and preventative health maintenance. He specifically likes to integrate a "team" approach to health care which actively involves both the patient and the physician.
Dr. Momot is a graduate of Rush-Henrietta High School and was born and raised in Henrietta, New York. He is married with two beautiful children. Dr. Momot is very passionate about the outdoors and he loves to hunt big and small game and he is an avid salmon fisherman. He is also an organist and woodworker.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine - Department of Family Medicine (SMD)
Residency & Fellowship
Residency, Family Medicine, Wilson Memorial Regional Medical Center. 2000 - 2002
Internship, Family Medicine, Wilson Memorial Regional Medical Center. 1999 - 2000
MD | State University of New York at Syracuse. 1999
Best Overall Clinical Practice - Kirkwood Family Practice 2004 - 2005
Provider with Best Personal Manner - Honorable Mention 2004 - 2005
Family Practice Residency Chief Resident Service Award 2001 - 2002
Outstanding Resident Teaching Award - awarded by SUNY Upstate School of Medicine 2000 - 2001
Ratings & Reviews
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