Dr. Bhogte graduated from The George Washington University School
of Medicine in 2010. She completed her internship and residency
training in general pediatrics at Children's National Medical Center in
Washington, DC. During medical school and residency, she
participated in research projects in several areas including asthma,
injury management, and the transition of adolescents from pediatric to
adult health care. Dr. Bhogte grew up in Silver Spring, MD. She
attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York where she
received Bachelor's degrees in Biology and Psychology. During and
after college, she participated in cancer research at the National
Institutes of Health and the MD Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Bhogte
and her family live in Calvert County, where she enjoys exploring all
the outdoor activities that the area has to offer and partnering with
families to improve the health of our pediatric and adolescent
Dr. Singh graduated from Temple University Medical School in
1999. He completed his internship and residency training in
general pediatrics and internal medicine at Children's Hospital of
Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania. Dr. Singh served as Chief resident
during his last year of residency and became board certified in
October 2003. He grew up in rural Pennsylvania, just north of
Pittsburgh. He attended Carnegie-Mellon University, where he
graduated with honors in molecular biology. After completing
residency, he spent a year traveling across the country working in
rural clinics such as the Apache and Navajo reservations and
Brattleboro, Vermont. Dr. Singh now lives in Calvert County
where he practices pediatric and adolescent medicine.
Dr. Chiu graduated from New York Medical College in 1999. In
recognition of her academic excellence, Dr. Chiu was elected as a
member of Alpha Omega Alpha, the national honor medical society.
She then completed her internship and residency training in general
pediatrics at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania. Dr.
Chiu became board certified in October of 2002. She grew up in
New York City and attended the State University of Geneseo where
she graduated with honors in biology. Prior to graduation she
participated in immunology research at Charing Cross Westminster
Hospital in London. Dr. Chiu now resides in Calvert County where
she is able to appreciate the region's many cultural offerings.
Dr. Skolnick graduated from New York Medical College in
1999. He then completed his internship and residency training in
general pediatrics at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh in
Pennsylvania. Dr. Skolnick became board certified in Pediatrics
in October of 2002. He is a native of the North Shore of Boston,
Massachusetts and attended the University of Massachusetts at
Amherst where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical
engineering. After college, Dr. Skolnick took a position at the
Solar Energy Laboratory of the University of Wisconsin
Madison where he received a Masters Degree in Mechanical
engineering. He and his family have made their home in Calvert
County for more than a decade where they enjoy the friendly
community and all the cultural and natural resources it has to
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Coralyn Bhogte, M.D.
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Dr. God graduated from the University of South Carolina School of
Medicine in 2011 on a scholarship with the Navy. She completed her
internship and residency in pediatrics at Walter Reed National Military
Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. Her active duty experience included
two years as the medical department head on the Navy ship USS
DENVER based out of Sasebo, Japan, traveling around the Pacific in
support of Naval operations and humanitarian aid. In addition to general
pediatric medicine, Dr. God also takes special interest in humanitarian
medicine and cardiology. Dr. God received her Bachelor’s degree in
Premed/Biology from Bob Jones University in Greenville, SC but
considers Colorado her second home. She and her husband and two
young children have enjoyed living in Southern Maryland and taking
advantage of the outdoor activities and the cultural opportunities in the
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