Interim Chief Medical Officer
Start Date: November 6th, 2017
“Without any hesitation, I can say that my passion in my life has been to care for children and adults with intellectual / developmental disabilities; to help them lead healthy and fulfilling lives.”
Since November 2017 Dr. Mulqueen has served Advantage Care patients as a Primary Care Physician. Dr. Mulqueen also leads Advantage Care Quality Improvement Committee and is responsible for the annual patient centered medical home recertification process.
Dr. Mulqueen completed her medical training at SUNY Downstate. She completed her residency in Combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics at Albany Medical Center in Albany, New York. As Chief Resident she was responsible for communication between residents and faculty regarding training, education, and professionalism. She developed a resident wellness program, a journal club curriculum, and led recruitment activities.
In May 2016 as well as February 2020, Dr. Mulqueen visited the Engeye Health Clinic in Ddegeya, Uganda where she provided health care and community support and led educational community outreach sessions with village health leaders. She remains active on Engeye’s Medical & Health Committee.
Dr. Mulqueen holds memberships in the American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Physicians, American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry, and Down Syndrome Medical Interest Group. She has participated in the Annual Down Syndrome Medical Interest Group Symposiums for many years.