Family Residency Program Director
My practice is a part of medical training site and I enjoy teaching residents, medical students and other learners. I am passionate about community health and have led several community initiatives to reduce health care disparities in areas of chronic disease management and opioid use disorder.
I take great pride in knowing my patients, being a resource for them and contributing to their well-being. I am a double board-certified doctor in family medicine and sports medicine. I practice comprehensive care for my patients addressing diet, physical activity and emotional balance to help them with their overall wellness. I provide continuity from outpatient visit in the clinic to inpatient care at the hospital.
In addition, I am involved in research and quality improvement initiatives that have led to publication of many articles, book chapters as well as several regional and national level presentations. I completed my residency training in family practice in 2007 followed by a fellowship in primary care sports medicine in 2008 at St. Luke’s University Health Network.
When not working I enjoy traveling, cooking and spending time with family and friends.
Assistant Director, Faculty Development
Dr. Thomas C. McGinley, Jr., is a Lehigh Valley native who attended Ursinus College in Pennsylvania, graduating cum laude, and went on to earn his medical degree from Penn State University College of Medicine in Hershey. He also earned a Fellowship in Faculty Development from the Duke University School of Medicine and a Program Director Development Fellowship from the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors.
Dr. McGinley is a Fellow of The American Academy of Family Physicians. He has received numerous awards throughout his 25-year teaching career for his expertise in training new doctors.
Dr. McGinley’s special areas of interest include pediatric and adolescent medicine, dermatology, procedural medicine and behavioral medicine.
Dr. Buch is a graduate of the New Jersey Medical School in Newark and completed his residency at Overlook Hospital in Summit, New Jersey. He is board certified in family medicine and is a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
He completed a teaching fellowship at the Faculty Development Center of Texas and has earned a certificate in HealthCare Systems Management. From 1991 to 1997, he was program director of the Sacred Heart Hospital Family Practice Residency Program in Allentown, PA.
Dr. Buch was the Warren Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program's first associate director from 1982 to 1989 and he served as the Program Director from 2000 to 2010.
Office Medical Director
Dr. Decker is a graduate of the UMDNJ - School of Osteopathic Medicine. He is a graduate of Syracuse University and has a master's degree in Biochemistry from the University of Scranton. Dr. Decker completed his Family Medicine residency at Warren Hospital.
Dr. Decker's special areas of interest include colposcopy, office management and industrial medicine.
Pediatrics and Sports Medicine
Dr. Levine is a board certified pediatrician with additional qualification in sports medicine. She earned her medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (New York) and went on to complete a residency in Pediatrics and a fellowship in Pediatric Hematology Oncology at the same institution. After practicing general pediatrics and hematology in central New Jersey for many years, Dr. Levine returned to training and completed a fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine with the Christus/St. Elizabeth/University Texas Medical Branch Family Practice Program (Beaumont, Texas).
In 2004, Dr. Levine joined Coventry Family Practice as a Pediatrician and Primary Care Sports Medicine Specialist and Associate Director for Pediatrics for the Warren Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Levine is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Sports Medicine.
Dr. Chu received her medical degree from Perpetual Help College of Medicine, Philippines. She completed a transitional year of training at Peninsula Hospital, Far Rockaway, New York. Dr. Chu also completed her Family Medicine Residency Training at Warren Hospital, Phillipsburg, NJ, and received additional training in obstetrics at St. Luke’s Hospital, located in Bethlehem, PA.
Dr. Chu is a board certified family medicine physician. Her interests are women’s health and obstetrical care with special emphasis on family oriented childbirth.
Dr. Remde has a long-held interest in evidence-based integrative medicine, which brings together the best of different healing systems into a new whole. He enjoys working with patients on integrative modalities such as whole foods nutrition, mind/body medicine, therapeutic movement and botanicals, as well as conventional family medicine to create their own unique path to healing.
Born in New Jersey, he went to Rutgers Medical School, completed my family practice residency at University Hospital – Somerset, and then did a year of fellowship training in sports medicine at the Institute for Sports Medicine in Hamilton, New Jersey. In 2015 he completed a two-year fellowship in integrative medicine.
At St. Luke’s, he serves as one of the core faculty, as well as director of the curriculum and research for the Warren Family Medicine residency. My research interests focus on integrative approaches to chronic pain, nutrition and musculoskeletal medicine, and I have published research papers and chapters in these fields.
Mikki is a graduate of Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ, Doctor of Behavioral Health, and received a Master of Social Work from Marywood University. She is certified in Trauma Cognitive Behavior Therapy, a Certified Trainer in Question Persuade Refer (QPR) Suicide Prevention Education, EMDR Trained and Balint Trained.
Mikki is also a member of the American Balint Society, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine and the National Association of Social Workers, Co-Chair of the PA National Association of Social Worker Clinical Care Committee and has participated in developing Modules of Integrated Behavior Health and Primary Care practice for Clinical Social Workers.
At St. Luke’s, she serves as one of the faculty and her professional interests include Integrated Behavior Health & Primary Care and Trauma Informed Care.
Born in Allentown, PA, Mikki enjoys traveling, cooking, reading, spending time with family and friends and her two dogs.