Dr. Lisa Denny completed medical school at Pennsylvania State University, and residency in Family Medicine at Boston University. She has been providing primary care to families at Barrington Family Medicine since 2008. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University.
Mariko (mar-EE-ko) Neveu completed her undergraduate degree in biology, her first Master's degree in exercise science, and with her second Master's degree from Northeastern University became a physician assistant. She joined Barrington Family Medicine in 2017 with an expertise in sports medicine, as well as wellness coaching. For Fall 2018, Mariko is launching the Roots Program, for women seeking help balancing health goals with the rest of their lives. She is particularly interested in working with new mothers in the "fourth trimester" to navigate what will give a growing family good roots after the birth of a child.
Dr. Andrea Arena co-founded Barrington Family Medicine in 2008 with Dr. Denny. After a decade of providing ideal care for our patients, Dr. Arena transitioned to a full-time faculty appointment at Brown University's Warren Alpert College of Medicine, where she teaches medical students, residents, and provides care for patients at the Family Care Center.
Ashley Pisani is a nurse care manager who works behind the scenes to assure we provide the highest quality care. She coordinates care when our patients have complex medical needs, have recently been hospitalized, or are due for preventive services.