Emergency Medicine Residents Join Conemaugh Physician Group

August 14, 2018

Martina Antony, DO

Grayson Goldman, MD

Cory Gray, DO

Alex Pozun, DO

Abram Weimer, DO

Conemaugh Physician Group – Emergency Medicine welcomes five graduates from the Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center residency program. All five physicians are members of the American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians (ACOEP) and now work as attending physicians in the Department of Emergency Medicine.

Martina Antony, DO

Dr. Antony loves the fast-paced, diverse experience in emergency medicine. “We see a variety of patients, have the opportunity to perform interesting procedures, and help critical patients during some of their most difficult moments in life,” she says. “It’s rewarding to assist in true emergencies, but also to calm the anxieties of less critical patients while educating them on their illness or health needs.”

Dr. Antony rotated at Conemaugh Memorial as a medical student and enjoyed the Department of Emergency Medicine. She noted that everyone works well as a team and is supportive and friendly of each other and patients.

Dr. Antony completed her undergraduate degree in kinesiology at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia. She earned her master of arts degree in biomedical science from Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona, followed by her medical degree from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg, West Virginia. She is a Stop the Bleed instructor for local schools and provides game night physician coverage for Johnstown Tomahawks hockey games.

While not treating patients, Dr. Antony enjoys swimming, traveling, and reading. She is originally from Virginia Beach, VA.

Grayson Goldman, MD

Originally from Virginia, Dr. Goldman became interested in Emergency Medicine after his involvement with fire rescue in college. The exciting, fast pace and ability to help others sparked his interest. “There’s a lot of diversity in emergency medicine,” he says. “You never know what will be coming next. We can help everyone from minor illnesses and injuries to complex traumas. Conemaugh has a great team.”

Dr. Goldman completed his bachelor degree in health sciences with a concentration in public health education at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. He earned his medical degree at Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harrogate, Tennessee. He also holds a master’s degree in business administration from Lincoln Memorial University. Dr. Goldman rotated at Conemaugh Memorial as a medical student and loved the learning environment. “Conemaugh was my first choice for my residency program,” he says. “I’m glad I matched, it’s been a great learning experience.”

Dr. Goldman lives with his wife, a graduate of Conemaugh Memorial’s Family Medicine residency program, and their black lab. Dr. Goldman travels and attends music festivals where he enjoys concert photography.

Cory Gray, DO

Dr. Cory Gray changed from his career in finance to emergency medicine, and says he is fortunate to join the team at Conemaugh. “I got really lucky,” he says. “I completed a rotation at Conemaugh and loved the people and the department. It’s a great emergency medicine program.” He enjoys a different challenge each day, with a dynamic mixture of patients. “This is front-line medicine. Every day is different.” Growing up in Latrobe, Dr. Gray wanted to practice medicine close to home.

Dr. Gray earned his bachelor degree in management sciences with a minor in international business, followed by a master of business administration degree, all from St. Bonaventure University in New York. He completed his medical degree at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.

When not practicing medicine, Dr. Gray enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children including traveling, skiing, and swimming.

Alexander Pozun, DO

A Johnstown native, Dr. Pozun is thrilled to be able to provide care to patients in his hometown. “I was born and raised here,” says Pozun. “Conemaugh Memorial is a great hospital in a great town. I’m glad to be able to stay.”

Dr. Pozun credits Conemaugh’s Mentoring in Medicine program with sparking his interest in Emergency Medicine. The summer internship program for collegiate pre-medicine students provides the opportunity for hands-on learning and exploration of medical professions.

Dr. Pozun completed his undergraduate degree in biology with a minor in chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, where he was a member of the ice hockey team. He then earned his medical degree at Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Spartanburg, South Carolina. He then joined the Emergency Medicine residency program at Conemaugh Memorial. “It’s the region’s only Level One trauma center,” he says. “We experience so many different situations and treat a diverse population of patients. The residency program is a benefit to the residents, but also to the communities where we provide care.”

Dr. Pozun lives in Johnstown with his wife and young daughter. He is an avid hockey fan and has served as the game-day physician during Johnstown Tomahawks NAHL hockey games.

Abram Weimer, DO

Dr. Weimer is a local resident, born and raised near Blairsville, PA. He was drawn to Conemaugh because of its Level One Trauma Center and being close to family. “It’s never boring,” he said about his daily work at Conemaugh. “There’s an excitement in emergency medicine and we get to treat a wide variety of patients.”

Dr. Weimer completed his undergraduate degree in biology at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, followed by a master degree in medical science at Mississippi College. He earned a master degree in interdisciplinary studies of biological and physical science, followed by his medical degree, both from Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York.

When not treating patients, Dr. Weimer enjoys time with his wife and two children as they explore the outdoors and activities in rural areas. He was also a former minor league baseball player.