Sarita Fage, PA-C, Associate Chief of Same Day Services

Sarita Fage, PA-C, Associate Chief of Same Day Services

Master of Science:
Nova Southeastern University
Bachelor of Science:
Worcester State College

Physician Assistant

Sarita Fage began her career in healthcare in 2003. While studying to become an EMT, she was also working as a home health aide taking care of a young woman with ALS. This experience helped her realize that healthcare was an ideal career choice for her. “When I was younger, I developed a strong interest in medicine and decided to pursue my career as a Physician Assistant several years later,” she explains.

Working at ReadyMED, Sarita enjoys the variety of cases she treats each day. She especially likes using her critical thinking and problem-solving skills to help her patients. Sarita loves interacting with her patients and educating them on their condition. “To provide the best possible care, it’s important to educate each patient so that they fully understand their diagnosis and treatment plan.”

Sarita believes it’s important to stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in medicine in order to provide patients with the highest level of care. “Some cases require more time and questioning, but in the end we all have the same goal – to provide proper patient care.” When she is not busy working at ReadyMED, Sarita enjoys playing the guitar, camping, reading and, most importantly, spending time with her family and friends.

Ryan Hester, PA-C

Ryan Hester, PA-C

Bachelor of Science: Westfield State University
Master of Physician Assistant Studies: Bay Path University

Physician Assistant

A graduate of Westfield State College and Bay Path University, Ryan worked as an EMT for a number of years before becoming a Physician Assistant (PA). Coming from a medical family, Ryan says it wasn’t surprising that he choose healthcare for a career. “I have always been involved in the medical field and seeing what my stepmother was able to do as a PA drove me to do the same,” he explains. Ryan chose to work in Urgent Care because he enjoys the wide variety of concerns he gets to treat. “I enjoy the fast-paced environment of Urgent Care which allows me to use my different skills helping patients each day.” In his spare time Ryan enjoys watching sports, working out at the gym, playing with his favorite pets, and spending time with friends and family.

Inna Hubert, PA-C

Inna Hubert, PA-C

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

Physician Assistant

A graduate of MCPHS University, Inna has been a practicing physician assistant since 2011. She became an advanced practitioner because she loves medicine, learning about the human body, and working as part of the team to help patients.

Inna believes strongly in educating each patient about their condition. “I feel that if patients understand everything that is happening and what is wrong with them, they are more likely to follow the treatment guidelines of the provider,” she explains. Inna also works hard to help patients understand how their lifestyle can impact their overall health. “I feel that simple lifestyle changes can greatly improve a patient’s medical condition and always encourage patients to make changes when they are appropriate.”

When she is not busy helping patients, Inna enjoys spending time with family, reading, and traveling as much as possible.

Rosemary Kirousis, NP

Rosemary Kirousis, NP

Medical Education:
Emory University
Boston University
University of Massachusetts

Nurse Practitioner

A graduate of the Boston University School of Public Health and the UMass Graduate School of Nursing, Rosemary has been a nurse since 2005 and a Nurse Practitioner since 2008. Rosemary chose to be a Nurse Practitioner at ReadyMED because she likes the opportunity to help patients deal with a variety of different health concerns. “I wanted to be a key part of a healthcare team with the patient as the center of care,” she explains. Rosemary is a strong believer in educating her patients as much as possible, “For me, it’s very important to be a reliable source of information for my patients.” Rosemary enjoys working as a Nurse Practitioner, especially the opportunity to learn something new every day and apply that knowledge in a way that helps others. In her free time, Rosemary enjoys doing different outdoor activities including triathlons. She also volunteers to support families who are dealing with pediatric cancer.