Dr. Ryan Gannon

Dr. Gannon is from Colchester, CT. He attended St. Michael's College in VT where he studied Biology and performed research in molecular biology. He played Division II soccer throughout college and served as a co-captain his senior year. Soccer inspired his love for nutrition and exercise. Prior to medical school, he played in the US Premier Development League while coaching youth soccer. He also worked on various construction and masonry projects. In medical school, he attended a Direct Primary Care conference where he was convinced that this model of providing care was best for both patients and providers. He attended New York Medical College in Westchester, NY, and went on to complete his family medicine residency at Chestnut Hill Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. He is board-certified in family medicine and his interests include the roles of lifestyle and habit changes for disease prevention and health promotion. When Dr. Gannon is not in the office you can find him at the gym powerlifting, listening to jazz, or enjoying a podcast or book with coffee.

Dr. Matthew Kavalek

Dr. Kavalek was born and raised in Bucks County, PA. He played multiple sports growing up including soccer, basketball, baseball, and golf. His love for sports quickly turned into an interest in how the human body functions. This led him to pursue a career in medicine. He discovered his passion for family medicine and direct primary care while in medical school. He understood that to practice good medicine he needed to create a working environment tailored to his patients and not to insurance companies. He completed his undergraduate training in kinesiology at Elon University in Elon, NC and then attended New York Medical College in Westchester, NY for his graduate medical training. He completed his family medicine residency at Chestnut Hill Hospital in Philadelphia, PA and is board-certified in family medicine. His interests within the field of medicine include medical weight loss, nutrition, and the role proper exercise plays in disease prevention. When not at the office he can be found working out at the local gym or taking his pitbull rescue Milo for a long walk.