Dr. Burgos is the Medical Director of Hunterdon Family Medicine at Phillips-Barber. She has been an active faculty member based out of Hunterdon Family Medicine at Phillips-Barber since returning to Hunterdon in 2012, after spending four years with Geisinger Health System. She graduated as an MD with Distinction in Research from Rutgers (formerly UMDNJ) Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center in 2005 where she was awarded for Excellence in Primary Care and Community Service. During medical school, she was a founder of The Promise Clinic, a Student-Run Homeless healthcare clinic that has continued to grow and offer services to the New Brunswick indigent population. She was inducted into the Arnold P. Gold Humanism Honors Society.
In 2008, she graduated from Hunterdon's residency program after serving as Chief Resident. She was recognized as Resident Teacher of the Year, as well as New Jersey Family Medicine Resident of the Year by NJAFP. She also has been recognized in NJ Family Magazine as One of NJ’s Best Kids' Doctors. Dr. Burgos is involved in teaching medical students and residents in both the office and the hospital setting on the inpatient service.
Dr. Burgos has special interests in developmental disabilities, women’s health, gynecological procedures, adolescent health, community and international medicine, leading to the development of our Global Health Curriculum and annual residency mission trip. She also leads the Culturally Responsive Healthcare curriculum. Dr. Burgos completed a fellowship in Faculty Development and Culturally Responsive Care and she is actively pursuing certification in Tropical Medicine and Travelers’ Health.
Dr. Burgos actively presents throughout the region on the Care of Individuals with Down syndrome and Best Practices for the delivery of diagnosis of Down syndrome. She has led the Down Syndrome Association of Central New Jersey as President and Executive Director for the past five years and has founded Club DREAMS, an enrichment center for individuals with Down syndrome which opened in 2020.
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