Provider Credentials

Karen J. Dalton, MD

Specialty: Internal Medicine

Undergraduate Education: Lafayette College, BA, 1982

Medical Training: SUNY Buffalo, MD, 1987

Residency: Internal Medicine/Primary Care, SUNY Buffalo, 1990

Board Certification: ABIM

Professional Affiliations: American College of Physicians



  • Norman Chassin Award, 1988
  • Chief Medical Resident, VA Hospital, Buffalo, 1989-90

Eric A. Kerr, RPA-C

Specialty: Physician Assistant

Undergraduate Education: Notre Dame College, BS in Biology/Chemistry, 2001

Medical Education: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Masters Physician Assistant Studies, 2003

Postgraduate Experience: Otolaryngology, Surgery, Cardiology

Board Certification: NCCPA, 2003

Professional Affiliations: American Association of Physician Assistants



  • Graduated Magna Cum Laude, 2001 and 2003
  • Member of Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society
  • Dean’s List 1999-2003

Matthew D. Mack, MD

Specialty: Family Practice

Undergraduate Education: SUNY Buffalo, BA, 2002

Medical Training: SUNY Buffalo, MD, 2006

Postgraduate: St. John Fisher, Rochester, NY, Masters Program in Counseling, 2008-09

Residency: University of Rochester, Highland Hospital, 2014



  • Dr. G. Norris Miner Award, 2006

William R. Morehouse, MD

Specialty: Family Practice, including Maternity

Undergraduate Education: Brown University, BA, 1966

Medical Training: University of Kentucky College of Medicine, MD, 1970

Residency: University of Rochester, Highland Hospital, 1970-1973

Board Certification: ABFM eligible

Professional Affiliations: Christian Community Health Fellowship, Christian Medical and Dental Society, Hospital Christian Fellowship, Medical Society of the State of New York, Monroe County Medical Society



Personal Statement: “I’m a happy person who loves getting to know and being able to help people of all ages. I connect with little children (and the little child in most adults) almost immediately. Sharing the joys and trials of relationships, pregnancy and delivery, and family life are the things about family practice that really light my fire. I’ve found that having a sense of humor and seeing God’s love at work can see us through some of life’s most difficult times, if we can keep the faith and hang in there together.”


  • Outstanding Community Service, Gerhardt Neighborhood Outreach Center, 2016
  • Teaching Excellence Award, Highland Family Medicine Program, 2016
  • Proclamation for Service, Monroe County Legislature, 2009
  • Health Care Achievement Award, Rochester Business Journal, 2005
  • Leo Holmsten Human Life Award, 2002
  • Certificate of Recognition, Monroe County Legislature, 2002
  • Teaching Recognition Award, American Academy of Family Physicians, 2000
  • Physician Leadership Award, St. Mary’s Hospital, 1993
  • Volunteer Recognition Award, Attica Correctional Facility, 1982

Alicea A. Reeves, RPA-C

Specialty: Family Practice

Undergraduate Education: Rochester Institute of Technology, BS

Medical Training: Rochester Institute of Technology, PA, 2003

Board Certification: NCCPA, 2003

Professional Affiliations: Rochester Regional Physician Assistant Association, American Association of Physician Assistants



  • Dean’s List 1999-2003
  • Eisenhart Scholarship
  • Nathaniel Rochester and Laura Russell Scholarships
  • RIT Presidential Scholarship
  • Rochester Regional Physician Assistant Association Scholarship