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Department of Family Medicine


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Marcia Edmond-Bucknor, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor

Department of Family Medicine

  • About

The newest member of the Family Medicine faculty is Marcia Edmond-Bucknor, M.D., who joined the Department in September 2009 with a faculty rank of Clinical Assistant Professor. Dr. Edmond-Bucknor serves as an attending physician, dividing her time between Student & Employee Health Services and Family Health Services (FHS), the neighborhood primary care center sponsored by University Hospital of Brooklyn and operated by the Department of Family Medicine.

The Department of Family Medicine has been acquainted with Dr. Edmond-Bucknor since her days as a medical student at SUNY Downstate's College of Medicine (2000-2004). Following medical school, Dr. Edmond-Bucknor was invited to join the Family Medicine Residency Training Program at Downstate, which she completed in July 2007. During her residency, Dr. Edmond-Bucknor followed a panel of patients at Family Health Services. She was, and continues to be, well-liked by her patients at FHS. After graduating from the Residency Program, Dr. Edmond-Bucknor completed a two-year Fellowship in Women's Health and Faculty Development from 2007-2009.

Dr. Edmond-Bucknor completed the A.A. degree at the Borough of Manhattan Community College in 1988. She earned a B.S. degree in Biology (1997) and a M.A. degree in Cell and Molecular Biology (2001) at the City College of New York (CCNY). Throughout her undergraduate education, she supported herself through a combination of full-time and part-time jobs. In addition, Dr. Edmond-Bucknor was employed as a ninth grade teacher by the Board of Education of the City of New York during the 1999-2000 school year.

Local community churches frequently ask Dr. Edmond-Bucknor to present informational talks on relevant health topics, and she is happy to oblige.