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Meet the Providers

Our providers and staff speak several languages, including Spanish, Polish, Russian, French, Portuguese, and Arabic.

Dr. James BellJames Bell, M.D.

Dr. James Bell was born on Manhattan's East Side, but his parents quickly escaped to the hills of Vermont, where he grew up and learned to walk to school uphill both ways in winter. Jamie attended Harvard undergrad, where he originally thought he would be an archaeologist, but found digging in mud to find old bones a little boring. He moved back to Vermont to attend the University of Vermont Medical School, where he discovered he could be his normal goofy self, have fun, take care of children, and get paid for it. Jamie completed his residency program at Baystate Medical Center and joined Fairview Pediatrics in 2000.

Dr. Bell has interests in astronomy, archaeology, and Star Wars. He is an accomplished juggler and "balancer." He can play the harmonica and clarinet, but wants to play the bagpipes. He plays paintball, foosball, and air hockey. He likes writing about himself in the third person. He is married with two boys.

Dr. Amy PelletierAmy Pelletier, D.O.

Dr. Amy Pelletier joined our practice in July 2009. Dr. Pelletier earned her Doctor of Osteopathy Degree from the New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford, Maine. She completed her residency at Baystate Medical Center, where she served as Chief Pediatric Resident from July 2008 to June 2009.

Dr. Hanna AwkalHanna Awkal, M.D.

Dr. Hanna Awkal is originally from New Jersey, but her life's path has taken her to many places nationally and internationally. Her education began with undergraduate studies here in Western MA at Mount Holyoke College, where she majored in Neuroscience and Behavior. Her pre-medical studies then continued in New York City, where she worked as part of a research team at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, focusing on Bone Marrow Transplant clinical trials. She then went on to medical school at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, located in Richmond, VA.

While in medical school, Dr. Hanna participated in many volunteer programs, including helping to build homes for the needy and traveling to Honduras to provide medical care, supplies and health education to the children of the Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos orphanage. As fate would have it, Dr. Hanna's residency brought her back to Western MA and she completed her training at Baystate Medical Center Children's Hospital in July of 2011.

Dr. Hanna joined our practice in August of 2011. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge as well as insight into many cultures. She is multilingual, with speaking abilities in Spanish and Portuguese and familiarity with conversational Eastern languages. She lives locally with her husband and two young children.

Dr. Tom WadzinskiThomas Wadzinski M.D., Ph.D.

Dr. Tom Wadzinski grew up outside of Boston. He was a competitive gymnast and also enjoyed hiking, cycling and skiing in New England. He then escaped to the midwest to attend Carleton College where he majored in biochemistry, played ultimate frisbee for GOP (Gods of Plastic), and worked on his juggling skills. He came back to New England to attend UMass Medical School in Worcester where he received his MD and a PhD in cell biology.

Dr. Tom moved out to Western Mass. with his family for training in Pediatrics and Pediatric Endocrinology at Baystate Medical Center. During this time, he worked at UMass Amherst, investigating how industrial chemicals can interfere with the hormones of the body. He enjoys being a physician at a camp for children with diabetes. He is married with three boys and joined Fairview Pediatrics in July of 2014.