Expertise and Compassion yielding Better Health

Health Care Providers at the Family Arthritis Center 

Dr. Busch is the founder of the Family Arthritis Center which began in 1987. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in New York, followed by his medical studies at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine at the New York Institute of Technology. He performed his internship at Metropolitan Hospital in Philadelphia, followed by a Medical Residency at Norwalk Hospital, an affiliate of Yale University. He was chosen to be Chief Medical Resident and an instructor at Yale. His Rheumatology fellowship was completed at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in Newark, New Jersey, where he was awarded the Northeast Regional Fellow Award for Research. He is the author of several articles and was selected to be the Chief Fellow. Dr. Busch is a noted National Speaker and is a member
of the Speaker’s Bureau for numerous Pharmaceutical companies. He is an Investigator for numerous clinical trials. His wife Stacey is an active participant in the practice. They have three beautiful daughters.

Dr. D. brings with him a tremendous resume. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Arizon State University, his Doctorate in immunology from the University of Arizona, and his medical degree from Oregon Health Sciences University. He then traveled to University of New Mexico to fulfill his Medical Residency and the University of Alabama, where he completed a fellowship in Rheumatology. He brings a wealth of experience in research and clinical practice and has worked with the Family Arthritis Center since 2005. He loves to scuba dive and is a fabulous cook.