Dr. Moshina Alom

Medical Education: Umdnj-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Internship & Residency: UMass Memorial Medical Center

Physician

After teaching algebra for a while after college, Dr. Mohsina Alom realized more than ever that medicine was the career for her. “The main reason I went into pediatrics is that I love working with kids,” she explains. “Teaching helped me realize that it would be great to help kids in a different ways, which is why I decided to go to medical school and become a pediatrician.”

In her work, Dr. Alom always makes a point to understand the patient’s point of view. “I think empathy goes a long way when working with patients and that really helps them open up to you. I think the fact that here we really listen to our patients is one reason our patients come back to us and why they appreciate us so much.”

Dr. Alom works in Pediatric Urgent Care, which provides services to patients after-hours and on weekends. When she sees a patient, it is often for the first time. This is one of the reasons she enjoys using Reliant Medical Group’s electronic medical record (EMR) so much. “Being able to access a patient’s medical record instantly really assists us in so many ways. Because of the EMR, I have access to the patient’s full chart, and that really helps with diagnosis.”

One of the issues that Dr. Alom and other physicians deal with is the fact that patients often want to make their own diagnosis using information that they have found on the Internet. “It’s great that patients feel empowered to do research but there is so much information out there that you can easily come across inaccurate information, so in many ways it is a double-edge sword. As a doctor, I try to make sure my patients are as informed as possible about everything that is affecting their health.”

In her free time Dr. Alom is an avid traveler and enjoys taking trips to New York and New Jersey as well as Virginia Beach and other areas. Dr. Alom also enjoys cooking and baking and trying out new recipes.

Jeffrey Ayotte, FNP-BC

Jeffrey Ayotte, FNP-BC

Master of Science: Simmons College
Bachelor of Arts: Bridgewater State College

Family Nurse Practitioner

After a number of years in the medical field Jeffrey Ayotte became a family nurse practitioner in 2011. “Working as a family nurse practitioner allows me to see people of almost any age, from infants to the elderly,” he explains. “I really enjoy the variety of practicing in an urgent care setting and being able to diagnose and treat a wide variety of people and conditions. I also really love the team environment here.” When he is not busy at ReadyMED Jeffrey enjoys spending quality time with his family and friends. He also loves golf, traveling, hiking with his dogs, plus running and other outdoor activities.

Allison Betts, PA

Master of Physician Assitant Studies:
MCPHS University

Bachelor of Science:
Stonehill College

Physician Assistant

A graduate of Stonehill College and MCPHS University, Alli has been a practicing physician assistant since 2010. Alli has always been interested in emergency medicine and urgent care, ever since she first watched some medical TV shows when she was younger. In her work at ReadyMED, Alli strives to make her patients feel at ease. “No one wakes up in the morning and wants to be sick or injured and spend their day in the doctor’s office, ER or urgent care center,” she explains. “That’s why I work hard to make people feel better and take care of their injury. For me, it’s incredibly satisfying to help someone and put a smile on their face at the same time.” In her spare time Alli enjoys being with family and friends. She also enjoys all things Disney, running, skiing and playing softball.

Matthew Brown, PA

Matthew Brown, PA

Master of Physician Assistant Studies: MCPHS University
Bachelor of Science: University of Connecticut

Physician Assistant

A graduate of the University of Connecticut, Matthew started out working as an EMT before becoming a Physician Assistant. He enjoys putting his skills to work in an urgent care setting. “At ReadyMED, every day is something new and you never know what will walk through the door,” he explains. “Plus there are many different procedures I can perform here.” Matthew enjoys the wide variety of patients he gets to see each day. His philosophy is to treat every patient with an open mind and the way he would want to be treated. He looks forward each day to having a positive effect on his patient’s lives. “It’s very satisfying to work with a patient and have a big impact on their life even with a relatively short interaction,” he explains. In his spare time Matthew enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter.