Paul Eberts, MD, Program Director
Dr. Eberts graduated from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, and then completed a Family Medicine residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He then spent time in West Virginia with the National Health Service, providing medical care in rural West Virginia. During this time, he was also a Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine with Marshall University School of Medicine in Huntington, WV. Dr. Eberts spent more than a decade in private practice before joining the faculty at Saint Francis Family Medicine. Dr. Eberts is Clinical Assistant Professor at Temple University School of Medicine.
Dr. Eberts has a Certificate of Added Qualification in Geriatrics and directs the geriatric education of the residents. Additional interests are adult well care and management of chronic disease in adults.
David Hack , MD, Associate Director
Medical Director, Family Practice Center
Dr. Hack graduated from Villanova University with a B.S. in Biology and completed his medical training at the University of Medicine and Dentistry Medical School in Newark, NJ. He completed his residency at Saint Francis in 1999, earning the AAFP Resident Teaching Award, and elected to continue on as faculty. Dr. Hack is coordinator of Tiny Steps, the family medical obstetrical service. He is also medical director of House of Joseph II, a group home for homeless, end-stage HIV patients since 1999.
Dr. Hack’s main interests include family-oriented maternity care, and curriculum development using evidence-based medicine. If he is not found tinkering around in his hot-pepper laden garden, he is with his wife and children.
Galicano Inguito, Jr., MD, MBA, CPE, FAAFP
Dr. Inguito is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College and trained at the Ghent Family Practice Residency Program in Norfolk, Virginia where he served as Chief Resident. Dr. Inguito has a great interest in procedures and is involved in training the residents in colposcopy, minor outpatient surgery, and joint injections. He is a certified ACLS instructor.
At the national level, Dr. Inguito is active with the Federation of State Medical Boards, currently serving on the Board of Directors. Dr. Inguito serves on the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 3 Committee. Dr. Inguito is an active member of numerous Boards including the University of Delaware Alumni Association and the Delaware Institution of Medical Education and Research (DIMER). He was named as the 2008-2009 Family Physician of the Year by the Delaware Academy of Family Physicians.
Dr. Inguito received his Masters of Business degree from the University of Delaware Executive Program. He is an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at Temple University School of Medicine.
Hugh Bonner MD, Assistant Director
Hugh Bonner, MD is a graduate of Haverford College and The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He completed Family Medicine Residency at Christiana Care Health System in Wilmington, Delaware. Dr. Bonner was in private practice for many years and during that time served as a Preceptor regularly teaching the residents. Dr. Bonner has a keen interest in evidence based medicine and geriatrics.
Dr. Hugh Bonner has served as President of The Delaware Academy of Family Physicians and is quite active in the community.
Robert Monteleone, MD, Assistant Director
Dr. Monteleone graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a B.S. in Biology followed by his M.D. at the Univ. of Cincinnati College of Medicine. He then completed a Family Medicine Residency at the University of Connecticut where he received the AAFP Resident Teacher Award. Afterwards he completed a Rural Family Practice and Maternity Care fellowship at the University of Texas – Galveston which included training in operative and non-operative obstetrics as well as office based procedures. He then went into private practice in Elkton, Maryland where he has been for over 10 years. He splits his time between his private practice and resident teaching primarily in the obstetrics setting. Dr. Monteleone is also the State Surgeon for the Delaware Army National Guard and has served as a physician on two tours in Iraq. He is a member of the Medical Executive Committee – Advisory Council for the Chief Surgeon of the Army National Guard.
Dr. Monteleone’s main interests include practice management, office based procedures, and family centered maternity care. His hobbies are mountain biking, running, and participating in various activities with his children.
Melissa Tribuiani, MD, Assistant Director
Medical Director, Center of Hope
Dr. Tribuiani is a 1996 graduate of Temple University School of Medicine. She completed her residency at Saint Francis in 1999 and then joined the faculty. She is the Medical Director of The Saint Francis Center of Hope, where she sees a predominantly Spanish-speaking population. Her areas of interest include family-centered maternity care, pediatrics, diabetes management and colposcopy. Dr. Tribuiani serves on the maternal and child care committee for the Medical Society of Delaware and is on the Board of Directors for the Sickle Cell Disease Association of Delaware.
Her hobbies include solving puzzles, listening to a wide variety of music, and spending time with her husband and children.
Khuram Ghumman, MD, Faculty
Dr. Ghumman graduated from Nishtar Medical College, Multan, Pakistan. He completed his internship at Mayo Hospital Lahore, Pakistan. He then completed his residency training in Family Medicine at Saint Francis Hospital, Wilmington, Delaware where he served as a chief resident. He graduated in 2009 and continued as faculty. He sees patients at Saint Francis Center of Hope; an outreach program in Newark, DE.
Dr. Ghumman received an MPH in public health policy and management from University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His interests include population based preventive care and public health policy research. He loves playing sports and traveling around the world.
Heydi Gutierrez, MD, Faculty
Dr. Gutierrez graduated from the Universidad Central de Venezuela, Medical school “Luis Razetti”, in 2003. She completed her internship at Margarita Island, Venezuela in 2002. Dr. Gutierrez began her residency program at Saint Francis Hospital in 2007 and graduated in June 2010. Upon graduation Dr. Gutierrez accepted a faculty position with Saint Francis Family Medicine Residency Program. She sees patients of all ages in the outpatient Family Practice Clinic and on the Saint Clare Van which serves the underprivileged and noninsured residents of Wilmington.
Dr. Gutierrez is interested in Geriatric Medicine and Obstetrics and Neonatal Care. In her spare time she enjoys reading, eating, and traveling.
Mona Chaudhary, MD
Medical Director, Sacred Heart
Dr. Chaudhary graduated from King George Medical University, Lucknow, India. She completed her residency training in Family Medicine at Saint Francis Hospital, Wilmington, DE and graduated in 2008. She then decided to stay at Saint Francis as faculty member.
She sees patients at Sacred Heart Center, which is a satellite family practice clinic in downtown, Wilmington. Her interests include women health, pediatric and preventive care. Her hobbies are travelling, trying new recipes, and spending time with her husband and son.
Janelle VonBargen, Ph.D.
Behavioral Medicine Instructor
Janelle earned her Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in Human Ecology in 1996. Her concentration was in cultural diversity and family dynamics. Since that time Janelle has worked for and directed non-profit organizations serving minority populations. Currently Janelle is an instructor at the University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. Janelle has led and conducted many workshops and seminars focusing on and developing multi-cultural awareness, improving communication skills and enhancing conflict resolution skills.
Janelle enjoys spending time at the beach with her three sons and running in her spare time.
Brian McDonough, MD, Chairman, Department of Family Medicine
BBrian McDonough, MD served as Associate Director of The Saint Francis Family Medicine Program from 1993- 2008. He now serves as Chairman, Department of Family Medicine. In that role he oversees the Family Medicine Residency Program, The Saint Clare Medical Outreach Van, The Center of Hope, Tiny Steps and various satellite offices including Sacred Heart. He serves on The Board of Directors of Saint Francis Hospital.
Dr. McDonough is Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at Temple University School of Medicine. It is at Temple where he received his MD degree and later completed a Fellowship in Faculty Development. Dr. McDonough has won numerous awards including The American Cancer Sword of Hope Award, The American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Award and The Sir William Osler Award for Bedside Teaching. In 2006, he was named Family Physician of The Year by The Delaware Academy of Family Physicians.
Dr. Brian McDonough is also well known for his work in television and radio conveying medical information. His work in these areas is presently syndicated on more than 500 media outlets through the United States. He has won four Emmy Awards for his work. Dr. McDonough serves as Senior Medical Editor for www.123mymd.com.
In 2010 Dr. McDonough accepted the additional duties as Chief Medical Information Officer for Saint Francis Hospital. In this role he is responsible for leading the medical staff on the path to CPOE and using information gained from EHRs to improve the quality of patient care. Dr. McDonough serves on the Editorial Advisor Board of CMIO Magazine and is a graduate of CHE’s CareLink University.
Dr McDonough is often requested to speak nationally on areas ranging from Medical Communications to Effective Use of Electronic Medical Records.