I have been practicing medicine since 1995 and have spent my entire career in the South Hills of Pittsburgh with my current partners.
I was born in Altoona, Pa and went to University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown for my undergraduate training. I attended the Penn State University College of Medicine at the Hershey Medical Center for my medical school training and did my Family Medicine Residency training at The Washington Hospital.
I enjoy practicing medicine and I feel blessed every day to be able to do so. The people that I have the pleasure of meeting and being associated with is one of the true joys of my life. I am truly honored when someone tells me that they have recommended me/us to a family member, co-worker or friend. That is the ultimate compliment to me and I take that very seriously.
I thoroughly enjoy working and caring for the kids in our practice. They are the future that we rely on and I enjoy their smiles and 'high-fives' as they mature.
The biggest joy in my life is my wife Jaime and my seven children. Yes, seven. Jaime is my rock and the person that I admire and emulate more than anyone else. She is full of life lessons and it shows in the smiles and maturity of our children. I have 4 children in college and 3 still in school in Peters Township. Feel free to tip your hat if you happen to see us walking/running/riding, etc. on the Peters Township Trail.
I have had the pleasure and honor to be associated with Pathways of Southwestern PA (formerly United Cerebral Palsy of SW PA) since 1991. I have been a member of the Board of Directors for this Organization during that time and have been honored to be Chairman of the Board for the last 4 years.
I strongly believe that as a physician it is not my place to tell you what to do. I believe that my role is to inform you of what I feel is happening to you and why. And from there, you and I can agree on what is the best course to take. There are always options. Some options are better than others, but as long as we agree on what is best for you, then I feel that I have served you well.
It is a privilege that I take seriously.
Brian J. Deyarmin, MD