Beth McCarthy earned her Associates of Science in Accounting from Hawaii Pacific University, in Honolulu. She has 30 years of experience as an office/surgical coordinator, and has been Dr. Book’s office manager since 2005. She is responsible for medical reception duties, patient appointment coordination and scheduling, insurance and billing, and of course, answering any questions patients may have.
Kim DeGraw, RN
Kim DeGraw has over 40 years of nursing experience and has been Dr. Book’s head nurse since 2003. She earned her degree in nursing at SUNY Orange and since has received a considerable working medical knowledge from positions in pediatrics and home health care, post-op, orthopedics, ophthalmology, and allergy and immunology. Kim supplies immediate support for all surgical procedures, handles public relation matters, administrative functions, and keeps the office flow running smoothly.
Amy Iorlano, LPN
Amy Iorlano has over 25 years of nursing experience. She earned her degree in nursing at Orange Ulster Boces and has been with Dr. Book since 2007. Prior to joining The Center for Skin Surgery, Amy worked in internal medicine and allergy and immunology. Amy supplies immediate support for all surgical procedures, handles public relation matters, administrative functions, and keeps the office flow running smoothly. Amy is the head nurse at the Trumbull, CT office.
Tracey McPhillips, MA
Tracey has years of medical assisting experience. Prior to joining The Center for Skin Surgery, Tracey worked in the OB/GYN department at a large regional medical center. Tracey’s bedside manner is second to none. She provides compassionate and technically skilled assistance for all surgical procedures.
Samantha Gillespie is the lead receptionist in the office. Sam is the cheerful voice you will hear when calling and the smiling face that greets you when you visit our New York office. In addition to scheduling your appointments, Sam can help answer all questions regarding your appointment.
Sora Yarmush and Sharon Grasso
Sora and Sharon’s primary job is to process the tissue specimens into slides, using specialized cryogenic methods, in order to determine the presence of cancer cells. When not in the lab, they function as nursing assistants, and a variety of other necessary tasks within the office.