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Meet The Doctors

Omar Bey M.D.  

Omar Bey M.D., FCCP is a Nutritional Support and Critical Care Pulmonary physician. Throughout his 30+ years of practicing medicine, he developed a plan to make weight loss part of a healthy eating lifestyle. The plan is presented in his book, EAT One/Half Make Weight Loss Easy. His eat one-half approach works to reverse the unhealthy eating habits of people who are overweight.

He also launched the One/Half Weight Loss online tracker, that coincides with the book. Many of his healthful initiatives have an impact on wellness and longevity.  For example, he is the producer and host of the medical TV show, A Moment in Medicine.


Earlier accomplishments include completion of three post-doctoral fellowships. The first was pulmonary; the second was critical care medicine at UMDNJ and Newark Beth Israel Medical Center. The third was an extended nutritional fellowship done at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia.  After these prestigious fellowships, Dr. O. Bey pursued his aspiration to practice pulmonary critical care medicine, along with a strong commitment to being an advocate for quality healthcare throughout the United States.


A supporter of health education and wellness, Dr. O. Bey promotes medical education via the Total Health Network.  A trailblazer, he remains dedicated to making a difference by emphasizing the relationship between weight and health. Partaking in efforts known to impact wellness and bring attention to preventive medicine has been a lifelong quest. Moreover, he participates as a lecturer on weight loss and other wellness issues at community events, churches, health fairs, schools, medical society functions and conferences.

The Team

Kendall Sprott M.D., J.D.

Dr. Kendell R. Sprott is the chief executive officer of the Matheny Medical and Educational Center, a special hospital and educational facility for children and adults with medically complex developmental disabilities.

He serves on the Boards of the Association for Children of New Jersey, Alliance for the Betterment of Citizens with Disabilities, Rutgers Community Health Foundation and the Greater Newark Healthcare Coalition. After completing his residency in Pediatrics in Newark his practice has been primarily in Newark as an Intensivist, Patient Specialist, and Generalist. ​

Dr. Sprott holds Doctor of Medicine degree from Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School, a Doctor of Jurisprudence law degree from Rutgers Law School and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in biology from Morehouse College.

Patrick Anderson M.D.

Dr. Anderson has received awards and honors from national organizations such as the American Cancer Society and the American Institute of Chemistry and is an active researcher and teacher on a variety of subjects in his areas of expertise.


He is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and a full member of the Society of Gynecologic Oncologists. He has co-authored articles that have appeared in prestigious peer-reviewed medical journals such as Gynecological Oncology, Journal of Radiation Oncology, Journal of Clinical Oncology and Journal of Women's Health.

Dr. Anderson was recently appointed Chairman of Obstetrics and Gynecology, at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.

Lawrence Daniels lll M.D.

Dr. Daniels is a fellowship trained pediatric and adult neurosurgeon.  After graduating from UCLA's School of Medicine, Dr. Daniels was awarded the Washington Scholars Research Fellowship at the Maxine Dunitz Neurosurgical Institute. During this research fellowship, Dr. Daniels worked on the development of a dendritic cell vaccine for malignant brain tumors. Dr. Daniels also worked on research that aimed to selectively increase the permeability of the blood-brain-tumor barrier in an attempt to increase the amount of chemotherapy that enters cancers that travel to the brain from other parts of the body.


Dr. Daniels completed his neurosurgical residency training at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and pediatric neurosurgical fellowship training at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Daniels has research interests in neuro-oncology and craniofacial surgery and is currently conducting clinical and translational studies in both areas

Kevin Clarke M.D.

Dr. Clarke is a graduate of Binghamton University and the University of Connecticut School of Medicine in Farmington. He completed his Residency at the UMDNJ University Hospital General Surgery Residency Program in Newark and completed his Surgical Oncology Fellowship at the City of Hope National Cancer Center in Duarte, California.


Dr. Clarke holds membership in the National Medical Association, N.J. Oncology Society, Society of Surgical Oncology and the American Society of Clinical Oncology. 

James Lee Jr M.D.

Dr. Lee began his medical career at Emory University. After graduating with a bachelor's degree in anthropology, he attended the prestigious Temple University, earning his Doctor of Medicine degree.


Dr. Lee did his residency at Rutgers University in orthopedic surgery and then completed his fellowship training at the Georgetown University/Nirschl Orthopaedic Center Sports Medicine.

Dr. Lee is a board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon

Trevor Atherley M.D.

Dr. Trevor Atherley over the course of his career as a cardiologist has demonstrated excellence as a clinician and educator. He has cared for patients as head of an independent cardiology practice for long time, in which he has earned a number of accolades from peers, professional organizations, and government leaders. The American Heart Association's New Jersey affiliate has honored Dr. Atherley with the Howard Dayton Award. He has also received a letter of recognition from former President Bill Clinton and a proclamation from Newark city mayor Sharpe James, who declared May 4, 2003, to be Trevor H. Atherley, M.D. Day. An accomplished researcher and educator, he also has leadership responsibilities as director of cardiac telemetry at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.

Dr. Atherley holds a bachelor of medicine, bachelor of surgery from the University of the West Indies, which recognized his service with its Vice-Chancellor Achievement Award in 2004. Involved with his communities of origin as a past participant in medical missions, he accepted the Barbados Cultural Organization of New Jersey's Barbadian of Distinction Award.

James Cort M.D.

Dr. James Cort, MD, is an Internal Medicine specialist in East Orange, New Jersey. He attended and graduated from Howard University College of Medicine, having many years of diverse experience in Internal Medicine. He is affiliated with many hospitals including East Orange General Hospital, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Saint Michael's Medical Center Inc, and University Hospital. 

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