1 Elliot Way
Manchester, NH 03103
Dr. Brauer has been working at the Elliot Hospital since 2002 as a Hospitalist and began as a dedicated Intensivist when the program began in 2006. His medical training was in New York City at Mount Sinai Medical School where he earned his medical degree in 1999. Dr. Brauer completed his residency training in Internal Medicine in Boston at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center from 1999 to 2002. Dr. Brauer is board certified in internal medicine. His clinical interests include clinical ethics, end of life care, the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of acute ICU delirium.
Dr. Desrosiers joined the Elliot in 2010. He is an adult intensive care physician and serves as the Medical Director of Performance Improvement for the Elliot Health System. He completed medical school at Dartmouth Medical School in Lebanon, NH. He then completed his internship as well as residencies in Internal Medicine, and Preventive Medicine at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. He also completed a fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. In additional to clinical work, Dr. Desrosiers has a strong interest in Public Health and completed a Masters in Public Health Degree at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice.
Dr. Duprey obtained her medical degree from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2006. She completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine. She also earned her Master of Public Health degree in 2004 from the A.T. Still University of Health Sciences School of Health Management. Dr. Duprey joined the intensivist program at Elliot Hospital in 2012 and is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, and critical care medicine. Her clinical interests include neurocritical care, end of life care, and management of severe sepsis.
Dr. Hartman-Heaney joined the Intensivist Program at Elliot Hospital in 2012 after completing her fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at Baystate Hospital in Springfield, MA. Her undergraduate studies at Indiana University were in History and Political Science, and she completed a masters in political science at Tulane University. After a first career as an Outward Bound instructor and course director -where a wilderness EMT course sparked her interest in medicine- she studied pre-med in a post-baccalaureate program at Bennington College. After three years of research in angiogenesis at Columbia University, she completed her medical degree at New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2006. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Bassett Medical Center in Central New York in 2009 and served an additional year as Chief Resident. Her current clinical interests include sepsis, wilderness and disaster medicine, and sedation and mobility in the ICU. She is an active member of the Code Blue, ICU Mobility, Credentials, Disaster Response and Government and Legislative Affairs Committees. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Critical Care Medicine.
Dr. Loosigian has been with The Elliot for nine years. He is the director of the hospitalist program at Elliot Hospital and the vast majority of his clinical practice involves critical care medicine. Dr. Loosigian completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center in Boston. Dr. Loosigian graduated from medical school at the University of New England in Maine. He also completed a masters degree in biology from Harvard University and a bachelor of arts in economics from the University of Colorado. Dr. Loosigian is board certified in internal medicine.
Stephen Marko, MD, MPH received his fellowship training in Critical Care at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. He earned his Medical degree as well as his Master of Public Health degree at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine.
Dr. Marko joins the Elliot Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit bringing his expertise from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Yale-New Haven Hospital, Bridgeport Hospital, and the Veterans Affairs Medical Centers in both West Haven, CT and White River Junction, VT. In addition, he is a Medical Officer in the US Navy Reserve, caring for the Marines and Sailors who serve our country.
Dr. Marko is passionate about treating both critically ill patients and emergency patients with empathy and humanity during what could be one of the most challenging times in their lives.
When away from the hospital, he enjoys running, gardening, and spending time with his wife, dogs, and growing family.
Laura McPhee, DO, joined the intensivist program at Elliot Hospital in 2011 after completing her internal medicine residency and pulmonary-critical care fellowship at Maine Medical Center in Portland. She graduated from medical school at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2005. She continues to serve as the medical director and section chief of adult critical care since 2012. She is board-certified in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, and critical care medicine. Dr. McPhee enjoys all aspects of critical care, with particular interests in transfusion medicine, sepsis, and advancing quality measures and evidence-based guidelines within the intensive care unit.
Siva Sivakumar, MD, FACP, FCCP received his Fellowship training in Critical Care and Pulmonary at the Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center and the University of Texas At Medical Branch at Galveston. He earned his medical degree from Thanjavur Medical College affiliated with Baratidasan University Thanjavur,India.
Dr. Sivakumar’s areas of expertise include: Pulmonary medicine, Critical Care, and Internal medicine. Dr. Sivakumar joins Elliot Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit team bringing his expertise from various hospital systems in multiple states including Southern New Hampshire Medical Center.Dr. Sivakumar is passionate about treating critically ill patients and treating each with empathy and humanity during what could be one of the most challenging times in their lives.
When away from the hospital, he enjoys long distance bicycling, traveling and music.