Englewood Health Physician Network

Welcoming New EHPN Providers

Sandra Moallem, MD, Internal Medicine/Family Medicine, has joined The Park Medical Group. Dr. Moallem’s clinical interests include chronic conditions, critical care, geriatrics, women’s health, prevention, and wellness. She most recently spent three years as a hospitalist at Sentara Princess Anne Hospital, in Virginia. She received her MD from the University of Buenos Aires School of Medicine, in Argentina, and did a partial family medicine residency at Tel Aviv University Sackler School of Medicine, in Israel, followed by a combined family medicine and internal medicine residency at Eastern Virginia Medical School, in Norfolk, Virginia, where she served as chief resident. Prior to her residency, she did a rotating medical internship at hospitals throughout Argentina, Cuba, Mexico, and Israel. She also volunteered on an ICU ambulance unit of Magen David Adom in Israel. In addition to English, she is fluent in Hebrew and Spanish.

Sekar Natarajan, MD, Pulmonary Medicine and Critical Care, has joined the network, practicing in Jersey City. Dr. Natarajan is board certified in pulmonary disease, critical care medicine, and internal medicine. His clinical interests include acute respiratory distress syndrome, pneumonia, pulmonary infectious disease, pulmonary embolism, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), interstitial lung disease, and lung cancer.

Andi Qipo, MD, Internal Medicine and Nephrology, has joined Heart & Vascular Associates. Dr. Qipo has a special interest in chronic diseases and their management including hypertension, diabetes mellitus, heart and chronic renal diseases, as well as obesity and physical well-being. He received his MD from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, NY and has been practicing medicine in the northern New Jersey area since 2014. Prior to his training Dr. Qipo was part of a research team at Massachusetts General Hospital and Beth Israel Medical Center in Boston researching for new treatments/cures for diabetes mellitus and to prevent transplant rejection. His interests in public health got him to volunteer in refugee camps in Albania/Kosovo during Kosovo crisis, and he received an MPH from Harvard University in 2003.