Dr. Ellen Antoine completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She received her medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. In May 1997, Dr. Antoine took first place as the Resident Presenter at the SAEM Regional CPC Competition. She then went on to win first place as the Resident Presenter at the ACEP National CPC Competition in October of 1997. In June 1998, Dr. Antoine was awarded the William and Margaret Menin Award for Humanistic and Academic Achievements from Albert Einstein Medical Center. Following residency, Dr. Antoine took a position as faculty in an Emergency Medicine Residency Program at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia. She was named â€œMost Outstanding Teaching Faculty Memberâ€ both 1998 -1999 as well as 1999 â€“ 2000. In 2002, Dr. Antoine was named a Fellow in American College of Emergency Physicians. She is dually board certified in Emergency Medicine (FACEP) and Integrative Holistic Medicine (ABIHM). Dr. Antoine was one of the first 100 practitioners to be certified in Functional Medicine by the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFMCP) in Federal Way, Washington. Dr. Scott Antoine earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Scranton, in Scranton, Pennsylvania in 1989. He then received his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he received a full military scholarship. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1997. Following his residency, he completed a one-year fellowship in Pre-Hospital and Disaster Medicine. He received additional training in Hyperbaric Medicine. In 1998, he achieved board certification status in Emergency Medicine and was subsequently named a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Dr. Antoine then served seven years on active duty with the United States Army as an Emergency Physician. His assignments included Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia, and Fort Knox, Kentucky. He served as the Ambulance Service Medical Director at Fort Gordon and was the Chief of the Emergency Department, the Ambulance Service Medical Director, and the Chief of the Department of Medicine at Fort Knox during his tenure there.