Meet the Team
Vicky Borgia is a board certified family medicine physician with over 20 years of experience. She practices ‘womb to tomb’ medicine with special interests and training in reproductive health, LGBTQIA health and integrative medicine.
The demographics: She is a white cis fat queer woman who, by lottery of birth, was born to middle class parents. She earned a BA in Women’s Studies from Columbia University at the dawn of intersectionality, and an MD from SUNY Brooklyn (aka Downstate). She completed her residency at UCSF Sutter Medical Center in Santa Rosa, CA and attended a faculty development fellowship in Addressing the Health Needs of the Underserved at UCSD. She is board certified from the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine. She has 2 now over 6 foot ‘gaybies’ born via low tech alternative reproductive techniques. When she is not working, she is schlepping them to baseball events, walking, reading, participating in social justice activism and occasionally getting in precious couch time.
Camille Duson-Thompson has been a practicing nurse for over 17 years and has been a Board Certified Nurse Practitioner since graduating from LaSalle University’s Master’s Program in 2015. She has extensive background in public health, ambulatory care, patient advocacy and internal medicine.
Camille began her career as a school nurse where she fostered community outreach initiatives with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society; American Diabetes Association; American Red Cross and the City of Philadelphia. After four years, she found purpose in federally qualified health centers where she was able to provide quality and comprehensive care to patients regardless of their ability to pay. This foundation paved the way for Camille to further her education and career.
As an advocate, she was able to partner with her patients to educate them on chronic disease management and wellness. Her love of teaching lead her to the University of Pennsylvania where she was an adjunct faculty member and clinical instructor. She then furthered her career at Drexel University working in both family medicine in University City and in Student Health.
Camille believes in the resiliency of the human spirit. She is committed to her patients and regards therapeutic communication, integrity, and compassion as the foundation to building healthy communities.