Patient Care Bio
Dr. Holub serves as Associate Residency Director for the University of Rochester Family Medicine Residency. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine.
Dr. Holub hails originally from New Jersey. He received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania and completed his residency training at Brown University/Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island. His first practice was in a 30-bed rural hospital in northern New Hampshire where he practiced full-spectrum family medicine including inpatient care, obstetrics, nursing home care, office procedures, and a busy outpatient practice.
After two years, following his strong interest in residency education, Dr. Holub relocated to Pennsylvania and joined the residency faculty at the Penn State University/Good Samaritan Hospital Family Medicine Residency. He taught there for 7 years and served several administrative leadership roles, including Medical Director of the residency clinic, Associate Residency Director, and Interim Residency Program Director. Dr. Holub then moved to Chicago, IL, where he became Associate Residency Director and then Residency Director of the University of Chicago (NorthShore) Family Medicine Residency Program. He also served as Interim Chairman, and then as Vice Chairman, of the Department of Family Medicine for the NorthShore University HealthSystem.
Dr. Holub joined the University of Rochester in 2010. His clinical interests include obstetrics and the management of chronic illness, particularly diabetes. His teaching interests include obstetrics and practice management. He and his wife, who is a surgical oncologist at Strong Memorial Hospital, have two small children, are avid skiers, and are committed supporters of animal rescue, especially pit bull rescue.