Dr. O'Shae earned her medical degree at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse. She completed her residency at Fletcher Allen Hospital in Burlington, Vt., where she specialized in family medicine. Dr. O'Shae, who grew up in Orchard Park, earned her bachelor's degree in theater and dance from SUNY Buffalo.
A folk, jazz, and rock singer, Dr. O'Shae performs locally with the band, The Tarps. She is president of the board of the Foundation of Light and a member of Tikkun V'Or and BNI Thumbs UP Ithaca.
Dr. O'Shae lives in Ithaca with her husband, Ira Kamp, DDS. Together, they share four children. Her mother, Ruth Moleski, and her sister, Hilda Moleski, also live in Ithaca.
Michele L. Summers MS, FNP-C
Michele Summers completed her Masters in Nursing at Binghamton University, and is nationally certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She also holds a current certification in Gerontological Nursing through the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Michele is currently pursuing a PhD in Nursing at Binghamton University with a research focus on the delivery care model of house calls. She has a passion for rural health and education, and enjoys teaching undergraduate nursing students. She and her spouse have five children and four grandchildren.
Emily Crouse, MS, FNP-C
Emily is a Family Nurse Practitioner who is licensed by New York State to provide care to patients of all ages. She sought out our practice for the holistic, integrative, wellness focused care. She has worked in many healthcare settings but spent most of her nursing career working at Binghamton General Hospital.
During her career in nursing, she developed a passion for care of all ages and backgrounds. She believes that all persons deserve a partner in care whose goal is to guide each individual in achieving their optimal wellness.
Emily has a BA in Biology from Boston University and BS & MS in Nursing from Binghamton University. Her clinical experience includes primary care, pediatrics, gynecology, orthopedics as well as the time she spent with Marne O’Shae, MD as a nurse practitioner student in the integrative setting.
In the future, Emily plans on expanding her knowledge of integrative and functional medicine to provide the best care to each patient that she cares for.