Dr. Richard Martinoff
Dr. Martinoff has been a primary care physician since 1999. He completed four years of medical school at the University of Illinois in Chicago. He then completed a three year internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the prestigious Rush Medical College in Chicago, Illinois. He also trained in medical informatics at the National Institutes of Health. He is board-certified in internal medicine, the highest certification for the primary care field. He has taught medical students at two medical schools in South Florida.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, walking and throwing the frisbee with his 100 pound newfoundland-poodle mix and reading from his collection of Folio Society and antiquarian books.
Jessa Richards P.A.
Jessa was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona and completed a bachelor’s degree in Medical Laboratory Science from Brigham Young University graduating cum laude. She worked as a Medical Laboratory Scientist specializing in hematology and special chemistry for two years before attending PA school. Jessa graduated from Nova Southeastern University PA program in Davie, FL with highest honors and was awarded the Chancellor’s award for her academic achievement, leadership, and service. She has been previously working as a General Practice PA and has managed her own Telehealth COVID clinic during the pandemic. Jessa’s favorite part about being a PA is developing relationships with her patients and helping them live the healthiest life possible.
Jessa has been married for 6 years and enjoys spending any of her time off with her husband. Her hobbies include dancing, crocheting/knitting, painting, and reading.