A Rhode Island native, educated at Providence College where he received a Bachelor Degree of Science, Georgetown University where he received a Masters Degree in Biophysics and his Medical Degree from Brown University.

He has performed surgical residency training at Yale University. A neurosurgical fellowship at University of Connecticut and Internal Medicine/Primary Care residency training at Brown University.

He has significant work experience in Urgent Care and Occupational Health for more than a decade.

He is board certified in Internal Medicine and began the practice of North Providence Primary Care in 2001 and now serves as the Medical Director of both North Providence Primary Care and North Providence Urgent Care.

Dr. Farina currently holds memberships with the Rhode Island Medical Society, American Medical Association and the American Board of Internal Medicine.

Dr. Farina’s goals have always been to establish a care facility which would provide a complete care and quality service to his patients and is truly dedicated in preserving such goals.



Dr. Robert McKittrick received both his Bachelor of Science and his Medical Degree from Brown University.

His background as a paramedic and active military duty as a General Medical Officer in the Persian Gulf has added to his acumen as a physician in an urgent care setting. Dr. McKittrick has over 10 years in practicing urgent care with certification in advanced trauma support, advanced cardiac life support, pediatric advanced life support, and neonatal resuscitation. He is also skilled in Occupational Medicine with certification by the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.

He also serves as a U.S. National Team Physician for the USA Olympic Boxing Commission.




Dr. Alfred Toselli, a R.I. native, received his Bachelor of Science from Providence College and his Doctorate of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Bologna, Italy.

Dr. Toselli a well respected pediatrician with practice for over 40 years. Trained at Brown University, he has held such positions as Deputy Director of Pediatrics, Brown
University, Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Brown University School of Medicine, Chairman of the RI Chapter of American Association of Pediatrics and Chief of Pediatrics at St. Joseph Hospital.

With his accomplishments as a pediatrician, Dr. Toselli has been working in the Urgent Care field for years and has brought his years of clinical experience to his work.



Dr. Libarid Kassabian was educated at McGill University in Montreal, Canada where he received his Bachelor of Science Degree and went on to University of Montreal Medical School where he received his Doctorate in Medicine. He completed his residency at the Royal Victoria Hospital at McGill University.

Dr. Kassabian is a skilled physician with over twenty years in the Urgent Care and Occupational Health field.







Dr. Lai was educated at Taipei Medical College at Taipei, Taiwan and received his Masters of Degree in Public Health and Preventive Medicine fro National Taiwan University School of Medicine. He is board certified in both Family Practice and Internal Medicine with added qualifications in Geriatric Medicine.

He has thirty years of clinical experience in Emergency Medicine and has served as a clinical instructor at Brown University Medical School as well as a Clinical Assistant Professor. He has received such distinctions as outstanding physician of the year and distinguished teacher award from Brown University Medical School two times.

He has also received special recognition from the Military order of the Purple Heart of the United States of America.




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