I focus on empowering my patients to take control of their own health, minimizing medications, maximizing natural therapies, and preventing disease through wellness education and healthy lifestyle choices.
Claudia Gabrielle, MD has practiced medicine since 1995 in the United States, Sweden, India, and Romania. She earned her degree at Brown University Medical School, where she became Chief Resident at Brown's Family Medicine Residency Program. Her first job out of residency was as the Medical Director of a mobile medical clinic serving homeless women and children, and incarcerated teen girls in Boston's inner city. She then worked at Boston Medical Center and Boston Healthcare for the Homeless before starting a group home in Romania for 17 orphans, from ages 6 to 16. Upon returning to the U.S., Dr. Gabrielle served an inner city Latino community at the Greater Lawrence Family Health Center in Massachusetts, where she also trained Family Medicine resident doctors. Dr. Gabrielle ran her own private family medicine practice in Salem, New Hampshire for 10 years, overseeing the care of 5500 patients and 6 other medical providers. In 2014, Dr. Gabrielle was honored by her peers as a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. She sees patients today through the Beth Israel Hospital network, associated with Harvard Medical School. Dr. Gabrielle focuses on empowering her patients to take control of their own health, minimizing medications, maximizing natural therapies, and preventing disease through wellness education and healthy lifestyle choices.