Adrienne Salomon, DO
Dr. Salomon originally hails from the northern Catskills area of New York and has lived, worked or traveled in nearly every region of New York State. She received a BS in biology with a minor in chemistry from Niagara University, Magna cum laude. She earned the NU honors scholarship each of her 4 years, and her senior thesis allowed her to work in conjunction with Roswell Park Cancer Institute studying the effects of phototherapy on breast cancer cells. She continued with her medical training at the NY College of Osteopathic Medicine in Old Westbury, where, in addition to her studies, she served as a teaching assistant and was president of the local chapter of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians.
Primary care medicine was a natural fit with her rural roots. She settled in Central New York after completing her family medicine residency at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse, serving as chief resident in her final year. During residency, she volunteered as assistant faculty at SUNY Upstate Medical University in the family medicine practical course. She has been involved in several committees to address public health, including the Onondaga County justice system and also as a delegate for Onondaga County to the NYS Academy of Family Physicians Congress of Delegates.
Dr. Salomon feels the most interesting part of family medicine is the relationships and external factors that influence health within the family dynamic. In her free time, she enjoys home improvement projects with her husband, singing in her church choir and traveling to dance conventions with her two daughters.
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine (Old Westbury, NY)
Internship: St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center (Syracuse, NY) – Family Medicine
Residency: St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center (Syracuse, NY) – Family Medicine
Areas of Special Clinical Interest
Cultivating effective provider-patient relationships
American Board of Family Medicine