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Our Mission

MHC Healthcare Family Medicine Residency Program’s mission is to train highly competent Family Medicine Primary Care clinicians to provide compassionate, innovative, evidence-based, comprehensive and cost effective healthcare to our underserved patient populations who are community, patient, and family-focused.


Meet Our Core Faculty

Serrano-Feliciano, MD

Dr. Jenitza Serrano-Feliciano is the DIO and Program Director of MHC Healthcare Family Medicine Residency Program. She completed her residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Her true passion is to help the underserved which led her to join MHC in 2012.  Since Dr. Serrano has been with MHC Healthcare she has established MHC Healthcare Family Medicine Residency Program to support the growing need for medical providers in Community Health Centers

Candice Bainey, MD

Hillary Goldstein, MD

Hillary Goldstein is a Family Medicine physician who is committed to improving access to patient-centered care and serving historically marginalized communities. After finishing Family Medicine residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in McKeesport, she traveled west to complete her medical training with a fellowship in Hospice and Palliative Medicine through the University of Arizona in Tucson. Having grown up on the east coast, Hillary is enjoying hiking in the beautiful Sonoran Desert and exploring the Southwest.


Meet Our Residents

Dr. Chowdhury attended Sher-E-Bangla Medical College, Bangladesh. Her medical interest are in Community Health, Preventive Medicine, Maternal, Child Health, Medical Procedures, and Treating populations that are underserved and/or vulnerable. "My goal is to provide full-spectrum family medicine in an underserved community, utilizing an integrative approach for the treatment, recovery maintenance, and relapse prevention among vulnerable people with mental illness and substance use disorders.  I also want to advocate for health equity."

Dr. Chowdhury enjoys going outdoors, exploring nature, spending time with family and friends, and fostering meaningful connections with people.

Paul Cho grew up in southern California. He then moved to the east coast to attend Amherst College. After college, he taught high school mathematics in the border town of Rio Grande City, Texas. He then attended UCLA School of Law and practiced law for a few years. A love of science and a desire to serve the wider community inspired him to pursue a career in medicine. He attended Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California where he obtained his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree. He is excited to be part of the inaugural class of the MHC Family Medicine Residency Program and to learn from and serve the local community. 

Arshdeep Sharma was brought up on the east coast and attended Windsor University School of Medicine on the beautiful Island of St. Kitts. He firmly believes that to make a difference in a patient’s life, you must know where they come from and their challenges; therefore, being a family member of MHC Healthcare allows him that exposure. Dr. Sharma admits to being a massive fan of The Lord of The Rings Trilogy and enjoys the outdoors unless an occasional karaoke session is in line. He aims to provide his community better primary care, represent them, and build strong relationships.

Dr. Rueshil Parekh grew up in the multicultural hub of Orange County in Southern California. He volunteered as a licensed EMT in the Caribbean alongside completing his medical education and graduating from Trinity School of Medicine in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Dr. Parekh pursued an additional year of cardiovascular and thrombosis research at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland where he helped implement and lead clinical trials for novel medical devices, procedures, and medications. He is excited to serve the warm hearts of the Arizonan people as a resident physician of the MHC Healthcare Family Medicine Program.

When he is not treating and advocating for his patients, Dr. Parekh is cooking up Pan-Asian cuisine, working on his next batch of kimchi, or foraging local edibles. He is also an avid lifelong singer, technology enthusiast, and can’t get enough of the ocean.



Tucson is best known for its vibrant art scene, ancient culture and outdoor adventures. For culinary enthusiasts, Tucson was the first U.S. UNESCO City of Gastronomy and is well known for its diverse cuisine. Tucson has nine months of beautiful weather and hundreds of unique hiking trails such as Sabino Canyon, Mt. Lemmon and the world-famous Saguaro National Park.

  • Tucson City of Gastronomy 

  • Kitt Peak National Observatory 

  • Pima Air and Space Museum

  • Arizona Desert Museum 

  • San Xavier Mission

  • Saguaro National Park

  • Sabino Canyon 

  • Tucson Botanical Gardens 

  • Mount Lemmon 

  • Biosphere 2

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