“I really like spending time with patients and getting to know them. That’s the fun part of what I do.”
Dr. Ehrenberg has dedicated more than 30 years to serving patients. In 1991 he established Linden Medical Group, a community-based primary care practice focused on Internal Medicine.
After receiving his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine, he came to Rochester to complete his residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Rochester and subsequently made Rochester his home where he and his wife raised their children. He is board certified in Internal Medicine.
In June 2023, Dr. Ehrenberg became a full-time physician at Personal Medicine of Rochester, an affiliate of Jewish Senior Life, to provide person-centered care with a focus on wellness and prevention.
“My philosophy is that communication, empathy, trust and respect are the foundational principles of personal medical care.”
Dr. Budd has been practicing medicine since 1984. He believes that patients need time to tell their story in their own words, sharing their personal journey, medical concerns and goals. He enjoys collaborating with his patients to develop a personalized plan for prevention, wellness and a long, productive and happy life.
Dr. Budd received his medical degree from the University of Chicago, and he completed his residency and fellowship training at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. He is a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, teaching students in both the General Medicine Clerkship and the Outpatient Medicine Elective at the University of Rochester.
In August 2023, Dr. Budd joined Personal Medicine of Rochester as a part-time physician. He is committed to providing health care the way it should be delivered—with time and attention focused on the patient’s needs.
“I really love helping patients and advocating for them.”
Roberta Rink has dedicated her career to managing patient care in private doctors’ practices including Dr. Goldstein, Dr. Zito, and now for Personal Medicine of Rochester. She enjoys getting acquainted with patients on a personal level as well as helping them navigate the complicated medical system.
She resides with her husband and two children, along with a rescue dog, Pickles, and rescue cat, Puff. In the warmer months, you will find Roberta on the golf course. In the colder months, hibernating with a book by the wood burning stove.