Dr. Richard Greco established Riverside Pediatrics nearly twenty-five years ago. He is Board Certified in Pediatrics by The American Academy of Pediatrics and is a Fellow of The American Academy of Pediatrics. He received his medical degree at Tufts University School of Medicine and completed a rotating internship at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Boston and a Pediatric Residency at Rhode Island Hospital. He served as Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy Medical Corp before he began practicing pediatrics in 1973. For over twenty years, Dr. Greco had educated as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Brown University School of Medicine. Dr. Greco has served on several committees at Rhode Island Hospital, Women and Infants Hospital and was elected multiple times as a “Top Doc” in Rhode Island Monthly Magazine.
Dr. Singer grew up in New Jersey. He attended college in Massachusetts, lived in California for six years, and then later returned to the East Coast. He attended medical school in New Jersey and then trained in pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He moved to Rhode Island in 1996 to join Riverside Pediatrics. He lives on the East Side of Providence with his wife and son. Dr. Singer is on the faculty of Brown University & Warren Alpert Medical School and teaches third year medical students in the office. He is a recepient of the "Golden Apple" teaching award from the students.
Dr. Divya Koster received her medical degree at New York Medical College and completed her pediatric residency training at Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York. She is Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Koster is a native New Englander and enjoys being involved with her community. As a mother of two young children, Dr. Koster has a special interest in early childhood, as well as adolescence. She currently sees patients in our office seven days per week, as well as caring for patients at Women and Infants Hospital and Butler Hospital.
Patty Lynch-Gadaleta is a nationally certified Physician Assistant practicing in pediatrics for 16 years. She received her undergraduate degree at Northern Illinois University and completed her master’s degree at Northeastern University in Boston. Mrs. Lynch-Gadaleta is a past President of the Rhode Island Academy of Physician Assistants. She is an instructor for the Providence School Department, providing continuing medical education for elementary and high school nurses and a member of the Rhode Island Rare Diseases Foundation board of directors. As a member of the Rhode Island Medical Society Mrs. Lynch-Gadaleta presents the annual anti-smoking campaign, ‘Tar Wars’ to 5th grade students at elementary schools across the state.
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