MVHS Medical Group Leadership
Michael F. Trevisani, MD, MBA, CPE, FASCRS, FACHE is senior vice president/chief medical officer for the Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS), serving as medical director for both Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare (FSLH) and St. Elizabeth Medical Center (SEMC). In this role, Dr. Trevisani is responsible for overseeing the medical staffs of FSLH and SEMC, credentialing, the Medical Staff Office, Family Medicine Residency Program, Dental Residency Program, Palliative Care and Medical Libraries. He is involved in the quality of medical care delivered as well as responsible for driving quality and safety initiatives throughout MVHS. Dr. Trevisani also works directly with the department chairs, directors of contracted medical groups and hospital-based physicians to coordinate patient care and safety efficiently.
Since January 2014, Dr. Trevisani has held the position of senior vice president /chief medical officer (CMO) for Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare (FSLH). Prior to that, he served as vice president of Medical Affairs/CMO at UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital in Norwich, New York, and UHS Delaware Valley Hospital in Walton, New York.
In this position, Brad is responsible for all aspects of our MVHS Medical Group Primary and Specialty Care offices as well as Hospitalist Services. Prior to his current role, Brad was the Executive Director of the Adirondack Community Physicians at FSLH. Before joining our organization, Brad was a practice administrator in the Syracuse area. He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from LeMoyne College in Syracuse.
Michael Attilio, MD, is vice president of the Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS) Medical Group. He is responsible for overseeing the MVHS-operated primary care and specialty offices, Faxton Urgent Care and hospitalist programs. Prior to joining Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare (FSLH) in 2011, Dr. Attilio served as a family physician in the United States Army. He held multiple medical and leadership roles while in the military, and was deployed to Afghanistan from 2009 to 2010. Upon separating from active duty service, Dr. Attilio joined FSLH as a primary care physician in the Barneveld Medical Office. He was appointed Medical Director for Adirondack Community Physicians in 2012, and as Medical Director of the MVHS Medical Group following the affiliation of FSLH and St. Elizabeth Medical Center
Mark Testa oversees the daily operations of all of the Medical Group locations. Testa has been an employee of Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare (FSLH) since 2011, most recently as the assistant director of Operations for the MVHS Medical Group. He has also served as Operations manager for the former Adirondack Community Physicians. Prior to joining FSLH, Testa was employed at Upstate Cerebral Palsy in the Finance Department.
Nicole Santiago, MHA, oversees the daily operations of all of the Medical Group Specialty Care locations. Santiago has been an employee of Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare (FSLH) since 2008, most recently as Operations Manager for the MVHS Medical Group and, prior to that, served as a clinical information specialist in the Information Technology Department at FSLH. Before joining FSLH, she was employed at Boston Medical Center HealthNet Plan, a Medicaid managed care organization in Boston, Massachusetts, as a contracting specialist.
Dr. Warfel is the St. Elizabeth Family Medicine Residency Program Director, and Director of Medical Education for Mohawk Valley Health System. He is also a graduate of the St. Elizabeth Hospital Family Medicine Program.
Medical Director and Associate Program Director for Outpatient Education, Sister Rose Vincent Family Medicine Center
Dr. Shkane's responsibilities include overseeing the daily clinical operations of the SRVFMC and resident education related to their practice at the center. Prior to this position, she practiced as a Family Medicine Physician at our MVHS Medical Group office in East Utica and was a faculty member for the St. Elizabeth Family Medicine Residency Program. She received the Distinguished Faculty Award in 2010.