Our Physicians

Dr. Steven A.R. Murphy MD

Doctor Murphy is the Managing Partner and Clinical Director. He is an Assistant Professor in Medicine, Cell Biology and Anatomy at New York Medical College and a Yale Affiliated Hospitals speaker. Dr. Murphy is a thought leader in personalized medicine, allergy and weight loss medicine. He sits on the research informed cohort oversight board of Coriell’s Personalized Medicine Collaborative and Pharmacogenomics Advisory Group. Doctor Murphy completed his internship in Medical Genetics and Pediatrics at The Mount Sinai Hospital. He served as the chief resident in Internal Medicine at Greenwich Hospital/Yale School of Medicine. Finally he served as the Clinical Fellow in Medical Genetics at Yale School of Medicine, leaving early to start his Personalized Primary Care, Allergy and Weight Loss medicine practices. Doctor Murphy specializes in general medical care, personalized medicine and genetics, weight loss medicine, executive physicals, adolescent care and hereditary cancers. He is an FAA Senior Aviation Medical Examiner, United States Civil Surgeon, Board Certified Internist and Obesity Medicine specialist. He is the author of Gene Sherpas: Personalized Medicine and You, a popular personalized medicine blog.

Litchia Weber, MD

DR. Litchia Weber, a Portuguese speaking native of Brazil, completed her medical education at the Universidade Federal do Ceará, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Her early pursuits in hematology research led to several notable publications. After completing her United States medical residency training in Internal Medicine at Roger Williams Medical Center/Boston University School of Medicine, she went on to pursue a fellowship in Transfusion Medicine at the prestigious Dartmouth Medical Center/Geisel School of Medicine in New Hampshire. After becoming board certified in Transfusion Medicine, she became an assistant professor of Medicine at Dartmouth, working as an academic Hospitalist where she was nominated for the 'Best Clinical Teacher' award in 2015. Her interests include medical weight loss, preventative care and women's health.

Barbara Kodzoziku PA-C

Suzanne Magnotta, MS, RD, CDE

Suzanne Magnotta, MS, RD, CDE is a Registered Dietitian who holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. Suzanne is
also a Certified Diabetes Educator as governed by the National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators. Suzanne is the Clinical Nutrition and Diabetes Management Director for Murphy Medical Associates and their affiliated medical practices. She serves as senior research scientist for the Beat Obesity Foundation. She led a team of over 15 diabetes educators and dietitians providing group self-management training and individual medical nutrition therapy for the local diabetes communities. Suzanne has been an authority on clinical nutrition and endocrinology for 20 years, beginning her career at the Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health, in Bethesda, MD. There, she spent one year in a clinical training internship, and the next 2 years working as a clinical research dietitian with pediatric and adult endocrinology patients. She had the opportunity to study and treat patients with rare metabolic and orphan diseases, as well as pediatric and adolescent obesity and Type 2 diabetes clinical trials participants. Suzanne then relocated to Connecticut, where she was the Clinical Nutrition Manager at Greenwich Hospital for the next 5 years. During her tenure, in addition to her management duties, she helped design and launch a Bariatric Surgery Program with the Hospital’s Chief of Staff at that time, and provided the nutritional assessment and counseling to these patients both before and after surgery. Next, Suzanne was recruited by Rockefeller University Hospital, to bring her clinical research expertise and specialized training to the position of Director of Nutrition Research. She helped establish the Rockefeller University Hospital Outpatient Obesity Research Program, as well as the development of the Metabolic Core Unit for use by researchers interested in body composition measurements, such as air displacement plethysmography, and indirect calorimetry studies for their patients. She spent four years in this role. Suzanne returned to Greenwich Hospital for the last 7 years, serving again as Clinical Nutrition Manager, and then as Director of Food & Nutrition Services. In the latter role, she led a staff of 81 employees, including 5 registered dietitians, servicing approximately 175 inpatients and two food-service establishments open to the public. She was a member of the Diabetes Core Team that designed an interdisciplinary approach to inpatient diabetes management. This team applied for, and were awarded, The Joint Commission Advanced Inpatient Diabetes Certification in 2015, and were the first hospital in Connecticut to receive this honor. Suzanne was also a member of the Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee, the hospital-wide Patient Education Committee, the Diabetes Resource Team, the Patient Safety Steering Committee and the Service Excellence Steering Committee. She was the hospital’s designated super-user to build and launch both CBORD (nutrition services software, and the nutrition orders and documentation sections of the Yale New Haven Health System’s Epic electronic medical record. Most recently, Suzanne spearheaded the integration of mealtime insulin administration with meal tray delivery, to improve both patient safety and nursing documentation of the pairing. Her previous employment also included serving as the Vice President of Clinical Services at Achieving Better Control, Inc., a Philadelphia-based company providing outsourced diabetes education programming for health systems. Suzanne has authored peer-reviewed journal articles and poster presentations at both the national and local level on diabetes care, bariatric surgery outcomes, CorTrak beside placement of nasogastric feeding tubes by certified nutrition support clinicians, and implementation of new food service delivery systems. She has a commitment to the education of future dietitians, and has precepted many dietetic students in clinical training over the years. She was an adjunct professor at New York University for four years, teaching Pediatric Clinical Nutrition to graduate and undergraduate nutrition science students. She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Beat Obesity Foundation, aiming to provide education, and ensure available resources for the prevention and treatment of obesity to the community at large.


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Wednesday7:00AM - 5:00PM
Thursday7:00AM - 5:00PM
Friday7:00AM - 5:00PM
Saturday8:00AM - 12:00PM
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North Stamford Medical Associates

30 Buxton Farm Road,

Stamford, CT 06905

Phone. 203-658-6051

Fax. 888-397-2148