OSWEGO, NY – Anthony Rotella, DO, has joined the medical staff of Oswego Hospital and the staff of Oswego County Opportunities’ Fulton Health Center.
Dr. Rotella has recently completed his family medicine residency at Aria Health, where he was chief resident. At the end of his residency this spring, he was presented the Family Medicine Resident of the Year Award by Aria Health, of Philadelphia.
While completing his residency, he also fulfilled a health policy fellowship at the New York Institute of Technology.
Dr. Rotella is a graduate of the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine.
In addition to his studies, he was an active member of his class of 190 students, serving as vice president and as a class representative on the admissions, student affairs and medical professionalism advancement committees.
A native of Liverpool, he earned his undergraduate degree from LeMoyne College.
Dr. Rotella said he decided to study family medicine as he likes the constant challenge of remaining up-to-date on medical care procedures and having the ability to treat patients of all ages.
“I like the variety of patients and ailments that I will be treating,” he said. “It keeps me sharp and no two days will be the same. I look forward to getting to know my patients and their families, which is very important to me.”
Dr. Rotella said after spending the years of his medical training in large cities, he was looking forward to returning to his Central New York roots.
In his spare time, Dr. Rotella enjoys reading, playing golf and keeping in shape by visiting the gym.