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Owner and managing physician.  Dr. Accomando graduated from the University of Bologna Medical School, in Bologna, Italy, and returned home to the United States to complete his internal medicine residency at The Miriam Hospital, a Brown University affiliated program.  Fluent in Italian


He began private practice in 1998. Adjunct professor at the Yale University School of Medicine, and Quinnipiac University School of Medicine earning an Assistant Clinical Professor in Medicine appointment in 2002. 


  • American Board of Internal Medicine

  • State of Connecticut Medical Marijuana Practitioner

  • Department of Transportation (DOT) Physician

  • Buprenorphine (suboxone) Provider

  • Member of CMG, Community Medical Group



Joined FPIM in 2007 

with a

Master of Science in

Physician Assistant Studies from Desales University


Joined FPIM in 2014

with a Masters of  Health Science in Physician Assistant Studies


Joined FPIM in 2008

with a Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant Studies



Joined FPIM in 2021 with a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies from King’s College

All of our Physician Assistants have Certifications with the NCCPA and NRCME along with holding licenses as Suboxone Providers and Administrators of Botox & Dermal Filler.  They also have memberships with the American Academy of Physician Assistants & Community Medical Group.

We are a Certified Patient Center Medical Home as well as part of the ACO Community Medical Group

205 Main Street, East Haven, CT 06512

Fax: 203-466-5075

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Breast Cancer Screening-The percentage of women 50-74 years of age who had a mammogram to screen for breast cancer improved to (  5.62  % ) 

Breast Cancer Screening Recommendations

The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) is an organization made up of doctors and disease experts who look at research on the best way to prevent diseases and make recommendations on how doctors can help patients avoid diseases or find them early.

The USPSTF recommends that women who are 50 to 74 years old and are at average risk for breast cancer get a mammogram every two years. Women who are 40 to 49 years old should talk to their doctor or other health care professional about when to start and how often to get a mammogram. Women should weigh the benefits and risks of screening tests when deciding whether to begin getting mammograms before age 50. 


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Medication Reconciliation – The percentage of patients who had their medications reconciled at transitions in care improved to (100% )


Reviewing the patient’s medication list and making sure we are providing correct medications to the patients when they are seen by another provider or discharged from another facility prevents adverse drug reactions.

Patient experience regarding getting through to the front desk by phone improved to ( 90%   ) based on the results of the patient surveys completed in 2019.  Our goal is to continue to improve access to care to our patients.