Physician, Equine Owner, Breeder and Advocate

Born, raised and educated in New Jersey (except for two years as a Duke Blue Devil), Alan has practiced Family Medicine in a variety of settings, with a concentration on Urgent Care.  In fact, he founded IMCC, the first urgent care center in the Garden State in 1982, so that he might practice medicine in its most varied, unpredictable, unstructured form.

“I believe it’s possible to change the world if you really care enough.”

A decade or so later Alan briefly retired to pursue a second career in thoroughbred horse breeding but as he’ll tell you, quickly “recovered his senses” and returned to his original profession.  However, he did continue to indulge his love of horses through his ownership of thoroughbred racers, including the much anticipated, as yet unraced 3-year-old colt, Run for James, and his long-term involvement with the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation.

Alan’s passion, dedication and lifetime commitment to helping others is sure to have a major impact on the success of the Foundation and all those we serve.