WATERBURY — St. Mary’s Hospital has welcomed Urology Specialists York Moy, M.D.; Anthony Kim, M.D.; and Pinky Gaba, DNP, APRN, FNP-C to Trinity Health of New England Medical Group, bringing a vast knowledge base and years of expertise in a range of urology issues. 

Dr. York Moy received his doctor of medicine from Yale University School of Medicine. 

He completed his residencies in general surgery and urology at Yale-New Haven Hospital and was a research fellow for the Department of Pharmacology at Yale for the National Institute of Health.

Dr. Moy approaches the practice of urology with an emphasis on compassionate patient education and treatments. 

He believes it is important to take time to explain a patient’s medical issue thoroughly, so they have a clear understanding. 

He works to empower patients to make lifestyle changes that help them prevent disease and attain optimal health. 

Dr. Anthony Kim received his doctor of medicine from Boston University School of Medicine and conducted his general and urology residency trainings at Yale University School of Medicine.

Dr. Kim also believes in providing compassionate and holistic care for his patients. He incorporates evidence-based medicine with approachable communication skills, enabling him to formulate a treatment plan that enhances the quality of care for his patients and maximizes treatment outcomes. 

Pinky Gaba, DNP, APRN, FNP-C, received her B.S. in nursing from New York University and her doctor of nursing practice, family nurse practitioner from Quinnipiac University.

She has extensive experience in primary care, psychiatric care and working with patients in diagnosing and treating a comprehensive range of primary, acute, chronic and sick conditions. 

She believes in providing compassionate and holistic care for her patients.

The three work with both the inpatient and outpatient population and are located at 1579 Straits Turnpike, Suite 2A, Middlebury; 33 Bullet Hill Rd., Suite 214 in Southbury and 1154 Highland Ave., Cheshire.

Those seeking information on scheduling an appointment may call 475-701-0590.

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