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Guest Profile: Dr. Kelley O'Malley Mattone

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Dr. Kelly O’Malley Mattone, M.D. is a Mount Sinai trained physician. She received her Medical Degree in 1989, completed a residency in Physical Medicine, and served as Chief Resident and Gross Anatomy Teaching Assistant. Dr. O’Malley Mattone continued at Mount Sinai Hospital as an Attending Physician, Clinical Residency Instructor and Associate Professor of Gross Anatomy.

Dr. O’Malley Mattone continues to teach in formal and informal settings, serving as guest speaker at community health events and women’s organizations. She mentors young women in medicine and is an advisory board member for the Center of the Women of New York, and the Navel Health Expo.

Dr. O’Malley Mattone is a mother of four and an over 40 model. She has been featured in More Magazine and has appeared on the Today Show, as well as other television and radio programs. She is a spokesperson for Bare Escentuals Bare Minerals Make up and currently appears on their national infomercial, as well as an infomercial for Thermaclear, anti acne device. When she is not taking care of her patients and family, Dr. O’Malley Mattone can be found ice skating, kick boxing, playing tennis or rock climbing.

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