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About Our Program Leadership

Meet the clinician-educators who you’ll collaborate with as an internal medicine resident at Mount Auburn Hospital.

Shiv Sehra

Shiv T. Sehra, MD

Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency, Mount Auburn Hospital Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Dr. Sehra has been a core faculty member of the Mount Auburn medicine residency since 2014 and is the Chief of the Division of Rheumatology. He is a former trainee of the Mount Auburn Hospital internal medicine residency program and now as the residency program director, he is dedicated to continuing our program’s strong commitment to resident education.

He is highly regarded for his teaching at Mount Auburn and was the recipient of the Internal Medicine Residency Program’s Faculty Teaching Award in 2018. He founded and serves as the Director of the Harvard Medical School clinical rheumatology elective at Mount Auburn and is the Associate Director of Medical Student education. He is also a core faculty member in two Harvard Medical School courses: the Practice of Medicine (POM) and the Anchoring Clinical Experience (ACE). In addition to his clinical and educational roles, Dr. Sehra has authored a number of peer reviewed publications. He has also been involved in the updating and psychometric analysis of the ABIM's Rheumatology Board Exam and the ACR's RhMSUS certification examination. See the physician profile for Shiv T. Sehra, MD, to learn about his education and certifications.

Amanda Berling

Amanda Berling, MD

Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency, Mount Auburn Hospital

Dr. Berling is a geriatric medicine physician and director of the Center for Memory Evaluation and Support at Mount Auburn. She completed her internal medicine residency as well as a chief residency at the University of Michigan Health System followed by a geriatric fellowship at the Harvard Combined Geriatric Medicine program based at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She joined the faculty at Mount Auburn in 2009 where she provides primary care to geriatric patients as well as serves in an outpatient consultative role for cognitive evaluation and other geriatric syndromes. She serves as an attending physician and as the Certified Medical Director of a local skilled nursing facility.

Her work with trainees has spanned her career at Mount Auburn and includes work with residents as an inpatient teaching attending in the hospital and a preceptor during resident continuity clinic in the Primary Care Center. She has worked with Harvard medical students during the Practice of Medicine Physical Diagnosis and Reasoning course. She also interacts with geriatric fellows in the skilled nursing facility setting.

She enjoys teaching the next generation of physicians about the principles of comprehensive geriatric assessment as well as establishing goals of care to maximize the quality of life and function of her patients. See the physician profile for Amanda H. Berling, M.D. to learn about her education and certifications.

Mary Butterfield

Mary A. Butterfield, DO

Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency, Mount Auburn Hospital

Dr. Butterfield is a geriatrician, director of the inpatient geriatric consult service and primary care physician. Dr Butterfield did her residency and a chief resident year at Mount Auburn Hospital including a fellowship in medical education. In her clinic, she sees adults of all ages while supporting resident education through hosting continuity residents and residents in their geriatric ambulatory block.

Among her interests are improving the quality of geriatric care through medical education. She is particularly interested in helping seniors receive quality and patient centered care through a multidisciplinary approach. As a clinician educator, she is particularly interested in teaching residents about geriatric functional evaluations and end of life care. She has worked extensively in the hospital with a multi-disciplinary team to develop a delirium recognition and treatment program. She also works with the palliative care service and was instrumental in building the service at Mount Auburn.

As Associate Program Director she enjoys the opportunity to work elbow to elbow with the residents in a clinical setting as well as help direct the programs mission regarding the balance of education, service and physician wellness. She is passionate about strengthening best practices in medical education and evaluating innovative approaches to improve patient care. See the physician profile for Mary A. Butterfield, DO to learn about her education and certifications.

Joseph OmlorJoseph Omlor, MD

Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency, Mount Auburn Hospital

Dr. Omlor acts as an associate program director with a focus on the inpatient aspect of medical training for both categorical and preliminary residents.
After completing residency training and serving as chief resident at Mount Auburn, Dr. Omlor transitioned into the field of hospital medicine and now works as a hospitalist. He was drawn to this field by his drive to work with primary care providers to provide high-quality, evidence-based, efficient care to our community of patients and their families during times of significant illness. As a graduate of Mount Auburn’s Fellowship in Health Professional Education and with interest in quality improvement and medical informatics, Dr. Omlor works alongside residents to craft a strong inpatient experience balancing service to our community with a rigorous education. He works as a close tie between the residency program, residents, and inpatient providers.

Margie McGlone

Margie McGlone

Program Administrator, Internal Medicine Residency, Mount Auburn Hospital

Margie McGlone came to Mount Auburn Hospital in 1998 after working in the medical field at the University of Pennsylvania and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She enjoys working with the residents and helping them reach their goals. She is an integral part of the residency training program.

Chief Residents

Norma Salazar MD

Norma C. Salazar, MD

2021–22 Chief Resident, Mount Auburn Hospital

Dr. Norma C. Salazar is a South Florida native, but has been thrilled to call New England her home for the last decade. Norma received her undergraduate degree from Nova Southeastern University and her medical degree from New York Medical College. Her medical interests include women’s health, health disparities, and preventative medicine. Norma is enjoying her new role as Chief resident and is looking forward to pursuing the Mount Auburn Fellowship in Medical Education. Outside of medicine, she enjoys gardening, soap-making and touring small New England towns. 

Arman Yalcin MD

Arman Yalcin, MD

2021–22 Chief Resident, Mount Auburn Hospital

Dr. Arman Yalcin is from New Jersey and had lived his whole life there until deciding to transition from graduate training in Plant Genetics at Rutgers, to medical school in Australia and New Orleans, Louisiana through the University of Queensland. His medical interests include medication education and Infectious Disease. He is looking forward to the Mount Auburn Fellowship in Medical Education and hopes to develop an effective and comprehensive teaching curriculum for medical residents. Outside of the hospital, Arman can rarely be found outside of the gym or in front of his computer. He plans on pursuing a career in Infectious Disease in the future. 

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