Our Management Team
Dr. Joshi has been providing personalized, quality care to his patients for decades – over a quarter century in private practice. After graduating from Brookline High School, Dr Joshi attended the University of Maryland and attended an accredited medical school in India. He continued residency training in Washington DC and was Board-Certified in Emergency Medicine. He relocated to Massachusetts in 1984 and practiced Emergency Medicine full-time for 10 years. As a member of the medical staff at Lowell General Hospital, he responded to a growing need for primary care practitioners by opening his internal medicine practice in Billerica in 1994, adding a second clinic in 1999 in Drum Hill, Chelmsford. In 2004, he decided to expand the Billerica office and consolidate both practices. In 2007, he acquired CBC Medical Center in Lowell to serve the needs of the Cambodian and Spanish-speaking communities. In 2014, the CBC Medical and Walk-In Center relocated to a larger, newer, facility – fully equipped and integrated with the Billerica practice.
His practice has grown from a single provider to five practitioners. He also served as Medical Director for several nursing homes and continues to provide coverage through the practice to several area facilities.
Dr. Joshi has been an active member of the medical staff at Lowell General Hospital for 25 years, a recognized name in the Greater Lowell healthcare community. He has worked with and/or trained many a young physician in this area.
Earlier, he served as teaching faculty at the University of Syracuse for residents of their medical training program. He continued teaching Emergency Medicine residents at North Shore Hospital, a teaching hospital. Dr. Joshi’s Practice has been accredited as a Clinical Preceptor Program for Nurse Practitioners at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell.
Dr. Joshi has a loyal following of patients and peers who respect his depth of clinical knowledge and his focus on coordination of care. He has a warm and engaging teaching style that empowers his patients to take charge of their health, with the benefit of his medical expertise.
Director of Operations
Kumkum is a public health practitioner with over 25 years of healthcare management experience, from regulatory compliance to healthy facility design and operations; from safety and emergency preparedness at teaching hospitals to best practices in community-based clinic settings. She provides C-suite services to JMSPC through Integrative Sciences d/b/a DigitalGovX, an SBA-accredited woman-owned small business she founded in 2008 (www.intsci.com). “Patient-centered care is our priority.” She is a successful entrepreneur, recognized vocalist, community leader, and ardent elder care advocate.
Billerica Medical Practice Manager
Practice Manager Cynthia Catalano joined JMSPC over 10 years ago, with specialty expertise in medical billing and credentialing. When it comes to her commitment to the patients and the practice, “I believe in going the extra mile”. She is the biggest cheerleader at her nephews’ sporting events, loves spending time with her granddaughters, and enjoys hosting summer days at her backyard pool.
CBC Office Manager
CBC Office Manager Chantrea Yim-Bo (Chan) brings ten years of health care experience. She is actively involved in all aspects of patient care coordination. Focused on customer service, she reminds her staff, “I believe in timely communication.” When she’s not running CBC, Chan enjoys spending time with her family and serving the Cambodian community.
Clinical Manager at CBC Medical
Prema is an ANCC board-certified Adult Geriatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner who received a Master’s Degree from the University of Massachusetts(UMass)-Lowell in 2013. For several years, she served as clinical visiting faculty at UMass-Lowell teaching undergraduate and graduate students. Prema brings valuable teaching experience as an Indian medical school lecturer. With a Master’s in Human Anatomy, she is a life member of the Anatomical Association of India. The complete wellness of patients is her passion, and she would also like to pursue palliative care. She is interested in telemedicine and sees its benefits in primary care. Keeping elderly population safe in their home environment is her goal. “My patients’ wellness is my success.” Prema also loves to cook, spend time with her family, and serve as a Sunday school teacher and mentor to kids and teens. She speaks English, Tamil, Malayam, and Hindi.