Terra Wilkins, MD, received her medical degree from St. George’s University School of Medicine in Grenada, and her undergraduate degree from the University of Calgary in Canada. She recently completed a three-year residency at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston and is board-certified in Family Medicine.
Matthew Nagelschmidt, M.D. is a first year resident at the Portsmouth Regional Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, which is affiliated with Tufts University School of Medicine. He is a native of Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Dr. Nagelschmidt earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Connecticut, while also working for Medtronic’s Research and Development team (formerly Covidien Surgical Solutions). After which, he completed his medical training with Saba University where he developed his passion for Family Medicine. In his free time, Dr. Nagelschmidt enjoys running, hiking, ice hockey, and baseball.
Nisha Vanmali, M.D. is a first year resident at the Portsmouth Regional Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, which is affiliated with Tufts University School of Medicine. She was born and raised in Richmond Hill, ON. Dr. Vanmali attended the University of Western Ontario in London specializing in Biology. She completed her medical degree at the Medical University of the Americas (Nevis). In her free time, Dr. Vanmali enjoys running, exploring the outdoors, playing guitar, snowboarding, cooking, and spending time with her family. She is also a certified gymnastics instructor.
Wesley Phillips, M.D. is a first year resident at the Portsmouth Regional Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, which is affiliated with Tufts University School of Medicine. He was raised in Southern Ontario Canada. Dr. Phillips attended Trinity School of Medicine in the Caribbean where he met his fiancé, also a family medicine resident in another program. He was attracted to family medicine because of its integral role in community health and wellness. In his free time, Dr. Phillips participates in triathlons and half marathons, enjoys fly fishing, hiking and photography, and is learning to speak German.
Guillermo Obregon, M.D. is a first year resident at the Portsmouth Regional Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, which is affiliated with Tufts University School of Medicine. He was born and raised in south Texas. For part of his childhood, Dr. Obregon also lived in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. He earned a bachelor’s degree in health education and a master’s degree in biomedical science from Texas A&M University. Dr. Obregon completed his medical education at Central Michigan University College of Medicine. Apart from his education, Dr. Obregon is passionate about reducing health disparities among different socioeconomic and ethnic groups. In his free time, he stays physically active with weightlifting, running, and swimming. Dr. Obregon also enjoys playing guitar, reading, and discovering new cultures through traveling, learning new languages, and meeting new people.
Gonzalo Cedeño, LICSW/Behavioral Health Specialist is a bilingual therapist with experience in substance abuse treatment and mental health services. He primarily focuses on cognitive behavioral and person centered therapy with a passion for empowering individuals.
Kelly completed her studies to be a Nurse Practitioner at University of New Hampshire last spring. Previously, she worked for eight years as a registered nurse, primarily at Portsmouth Regional Hospital and Elliot Hospital (in Manchester).
Michael Robustelli, ARNP
Michael is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Previously having been immersed in the financial world of NYC, he became disillusioned with the work. Determined to heal the brokenness around him, he returned to school where he completed his graduate studies at the University of New Hampshire.
He now works with under-served populations focusing on those affected by mental illness. Outside the office, he continues his healing mission through work with his church.
Rebecca Balok-Searles MA LCMHC will provide mental health counseling for children and families through our behavioral health integration program. Rebecca will work primarily Lilac City Pediatrics and holds experience working with school systems and the special education process. Rebecca has experience with addiction/12 step recovery, divorce, and adoption, supporting children/families struggling with depression, grief, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Trauma/PTSD, learning disabilities and ADHD. She uses play therapy to build a safe-space for children to explore self-esteem building skills and beliefs.