Dalcia Perez grew up on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York. She is the Graduate Medical Education Specialist for Long Island Community Hospital. As such, she oversees GME Office operations. Dalcia has over ten years’ experience in Graduate Medical Education. She came to Long Island Community Hospital in June 2017, following sixteen years of service at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai West /St. Luke’s in New York City. Dalcia served as the Educational Program Manager for the Internal Medicine Residency Program where she was recognized for her outstanding contributions to medical education and training. Previously, she was a program coordinator in the Emergency Department. Dalcia also worked several years as a Patient Representative and was the recipient of the President’s Award for Excellence and the Inada Foundation Award for contribution to HIV Research at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center. Dalcia is interested in wellness, quality and safety and patient advocacy. In her free time, Dalcia enjoys traveling, gardening, cooking and mystery novels. She plans to write her own mystery novel.
Donna Zubeck has worked at Long Island Community Hospital for the past 32 years in various departments. She was an Executive Assistant from 2003 to 2015 at which time she went on to work in the Graduate Medical Education Department. Donna has been Program Administrator for the Internal Medicine Residency Program since its inception. She received her Associates Degree in Business Management with a Specialization in Business Administration from Rasmussen College in 2012. In her spare time she enjoys stand up paddle boarding, photography, cooking and spending time with family.