Welcome to the St. Elizabeth Boardman Family Medicine Residency. We are eager to show you what we have to offer students ready to consider Family Medicine as a career. Within this website, you will have an overview that demonstrates our program commitment to education and our community.

Our program has been founded on the premise that excellence in medical care comes from quality of teaching, an intellectually stimulating environment, and an ample variety of clinical exposures. Our experienced faculty is ready to provide a challenging, but supportive, environment for residents to grow and gain essential skills. A graduate of this program will be ready to enter into any number of clinical opportunities and find himself or herself capable and comfortable.

So, if you are looking for an educational experience that will challenge and reward you, look no further. Take some time, read through the site. If this program interests you, feel free to contact us to learn more!

Program Director

Dr. Thomas Macabobby, Program Director of Family Medicine Residency at St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital

Thomas Macabobby, MD, FAAFP

Dr. Macabobby is the Program Director for St. Elizabeth Boardman's Family Medicine Residency program. After graduating from medical school at Northeast Ohio Medical University, he completed his residency at Aultman Hospital in Canton, OH. His interests include adult medicine, preventative health, quality improvement, health systems management and medical education. Outside of work, he enjoys collecting music memorabilia, coaching youth sports and rooting on Cleveland's professional sports teams.

Associate Program Directors

Dr. Roy Morcos, Associate Program Director of Family Medicine Residency at St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital
Roy Morcos, MD, FAAFP

Dr. Morcos attended medical school at American University of Beirut in Beirut, Lebanon. After completing an OB/GYN residency there, he also completed a residency in family medicine at St. Elizabeth Health Center and a residency in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at Baylor College of Medicine. His interests include soccer, history, cooking and cuisine.

Dr. Cary Jordan, Assistant Program Director of Family Medicine Residency at St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital
Cary Jordan, PhD

Dr. Jordan is a licensed psychologist who received his doctoral degree from the University of Florida. His professional interests include child and adult obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety disorders, and barriers to medical recommendations. He is also interested in sports and video games. 

Faculty

Alicia Bachus, MD
Alex Heintzelman, MD
Sumira Koirala, MD
Jill Stefanucci-Uberti, DO