About Doctors


Dr.Sachin Kamath

Dr. Sachin Kamath received his bachelor’s degree at the University of Poona in India. He completed his residency in internal medicine at the Brooklyn Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. He has been board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and has maintained his certification to date. He offers medical consultations, physical exams, same-day sick visit evaluations, medical clearance, annual wellness visits and accepts new patients as a part of his services. He is affiliated with St. Joseph’s Hospital in Bethpage, NY and Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip, NY. He has been involved in teaching medical students from NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine and Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine at both his office locations & St. Joseph’s Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital over the years. He is fluent in English, Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, and Urdu and thus offers his services to patients from widely differing cultural backgrounds. He accepts most health insurance.

Dr. Marian Kamath, M.D.

A graduate of St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore, India, Dr. Kamath trained in Surgery at Brookdale Hospital (1974), Internal Medicine at Coney Island Hospital and Family Practice at South Nassau Community Hospital, Oceanside. In 1979, he founded Island Primary Medical Care Associates PC (Long Island), a thriving medical practice serving the population of Nassau and Suffolk counties. Attached to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center and St. Joseph’s Hospital. As President of the North American Chapter of St. Johns Medical College, 1998-2000, Dr. Kamath initiated the physician exchange program between Good Samaritan Hospital, LI and St. John’s Medical College. These programs were sponsored by generous grants from the Catholic Health Services (CHS) and the Bishop McGann Fund enabling physicians from India to train in the USA and take back expertise and technologies with them. Dr. Kamath has a lifelong passion for medical care for the underserved community locally and in India. In the 1960s he was privileged to work alongside St. Mother Teresa in India. In 1971, in Bangladesh war casualty camp caring for 9 million malnourished refugees. In 2005, Dr. Kamath led the third St. John’s medical team to Tamil Nadu and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands to relieve tsumani affected individuals and started a hospital in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Currently, a 5.4 million dollar, state of the art Center for Geriatrics is a beacon for geriatric care under construction at the St. John’s Medical Academy campus. It will be the center poised to be the hub of research on aging and geriatrics, training center for nursing personnel and medical students and a community outreach program of various disciplines. Dr. Kamath is board certified in Family Practice and Geriatrics. He is a clinical preceptor with NYIT, Stony Brook and Touro Universities. This experience focuses on the role of evidence-based health promotion, risk reduction and wellness care in adult and geriatric populations. Dr. Kamath lives on Long Island with his wife, Sharrel, and enjoys golf, gardening and is voted best “Grandpop”.