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Esquire Anthony, DO

Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Primary Care

  • Office: 230 West 125th Street, Suite 220
  • Campus:
    Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine - Harlem
  • Phone:
    (646) 981-4551
  • Email:
    esquire.anthony@touro.edu

M. Esquire Anthony, DO, is an osteopathic medical school graduate of Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences formerly known as the Oklahoma College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery. He did his rotating internship at Wyckoff Heights Hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y., under the tutelage of the late Sheldon Sirota, DO.

After completing an anesthesia residency at Mt Sinai’s St Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, he gained Pharma industry experience and knowledge in medical & scientific communications, as a Director of Medical Affairs and CME.

Currently a faculty member in the Primary Care Department, he assists with the institution’s mission of educating and training future physicians to address the challenges of adequate healthcare for minorities and the underserved by teaching courses in, The Introduction to Cultural Competency in Healthcare, Primary Care Skills, OSCE and Physical Diagnosis I/II.

Dr. Anthony participates on a number of medical school committees including Admissions, Grievance, CME and Bio Safety; and is Chairman of the Faculty Forum. He is also Chairman of the Interprofessional Education Task Force, and has recently facilitated an IPE pilot workshop with future aspirations toward IPE curriculum design for the Harlem campus. Other outreach and community efforts include working with Lead America, Mentoring in Medicine, National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and Harlem Hospitals Annual Urban Health conferences.

Dr. Anthony has delivered several presentations on IPE throughout the Touro College system and has demonstrated interests in research & publications. Dr. Anthony has written grant proposals for the American Heart Association, Touro Colleges’ Office of Sponsored Programs and a published a review article on Pneumomediastinum.